When Minutes Matter

Emergency care for dogs and cats.

The professionals of Bevlab Animal Hospital understand that pet emergencies can occur at any time, day or night, weekends or holidays. We are here to assist and support you during any type of emergency situation.

Is your pet experiencing an emergency during normal business hours?

I Is your pet experiencing an emergency during normal business hours? If so, please contact us at (708) 385-3790. While emergency cases do not require an appointment, contacting us in advance allows us to prepare and be ready for your arrival. 

After Hours Emergencies

If your pet is experiencing an emergency after hours, please contact the following hospitals for assistance:

When Minutes Matter

Emergency care for dogs and cats.

The professionals of Bevlab Animal Hospital understand that pet emergencies can occur at any time, day or night, weekends or holidays. We are here to assist and support you during any type of emergency situation.

Is your pet experiencing an emergency during normal business hours?

I Is your pet experiencing an emergency during normal business hours? If so, please contact us at (708) 385-3790. While emergency cases do not require an appointment, contacting us in advance allows us to prepare and be ready for your arrival. 

After Hours Emergencies

If your pet is experiencing an emergency after hours, please contact the following hospitals for assistance:

HOW TO TELL IF MY PET IS EXPERIENCING A PET EMERGENCY

No one knows your pet better than you do, so even the subtlest signs of change can warrant concern. If you are concerned about your pet’s health, please don’t hesitate to call or bring them in for care.

While it is impossible to list all possible pet emergencies, if your pet is experiencing any of the following symptoms or problems, please contact us immediately for further advice or instructions.

  • Difficulty breathing
  • Excessive bleeding
  • Loss of consciousness
  • Straining or inability to urinate
  • Profuse diarrhea or vomiting
  • Seizures, excessive salivation, or exposure to poisons (rat poison, plants, antifreeze, slug baits, etc.)
  • Abnormalities/difficulties in giving birth
  • Large open wounds
  • Burns

  • Bloated abdomen
  • Eye problems
  • Inability to stand or walk
  • Loss of appetite for more than two days
  • Known ingestion of foreign object (strings, n