WHAT TO DO

When calling Airpark with an emergency situation, we recommend our clients first try to remain calm and speak clearly so that we are able to get the symptoms and pertinent client information in a quick and efficient manner. We will ask you for your name and phone number to quickly access your pet’s medical history in our computer system. Next we will ask the symptoms and advise you on the next course of action, which may be to immediately come in to have your pet seen or to go to the nearest pet emergency center. Listed below for your reference are common symptoms that require immediate care.

SYMPTOMS THAT CAN INDICATE AN EMERGENCY SITUATION INCLUDE:

  1. Difficulty breathing
  2. Excessive bleeding
  3. Loss of consciousness
  4. Straining or inability to urinate
  5. Profuse diarrhea or vomiting
  6. Seizures, excessive salivation or exposure to poisons
  7. Abnormalities in giving birth
  8. Large open wounds
  9. Burns
  10. Bloated abdomen
  11. Eye problems
  12. Inability to stand or walk

Everyone has always been very knowledgeable and friendly every time I have visited your facility. Everyone gave me the utmost support and love when I had to make the decision to put my baby girl down after 14 years.

Sherian, Westminster, MD

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