If your emergency happens after hours, please contact the Emergency Veterinary Clinic at Hwy-10 in the Wexford Plaza.
It’s a fact of life that accidents and sickness can and will happen. When your pet has been involved in an accident or seems sick don’t delay; bring your pet to Bramalea Animal Hospital. Our vets can treat a huge range of illnesses and injuries. Signs that your pet should be brought to a vet include difficulty breathing, excessive vomiting or diarrhea, repeat or prolonged seizures, high or low temperatures (less than 100 degrees or more than 104) and an inability to urinate or defecate.
Stay Calm; Take Action
Whether your dog has got into the garbage (again) or the cat has swallowed your medication, don’t delay; take action straight away. Save our phone number (905-792-2200), the Emergency Veterinary Clinic number (905-495-9907) and Pet Poison Helpline’s phone number (1‑800‑213‑6680) in your cell phone so you have immediate access to help.
It is quite common for cats and dogs to ingest foods and other items that they shouldn’t. Bramlea Animal Hospital in Brampton is proud to partner with Pet Poison Helpline™, which has over 30 years of experience and expertise in the management of pets exposed to potentially dangerous substances.
PPH is also partnered with the world’s largest industry poison control center to ensure pharmacovigilance and safety for both humans and pets. PPH serves multiple veterinary and human pharmaceutical companies and household goods producers.
If possible, bring your pet straight to our clinic. We can administer medication or perform surgery to help your pet feel better again. If you can, call ahead to let us know about the nature of the problem so we can offer you advice over the phone, and get prepped for your arrival.