There are many signs of a medical emergency arising in your pet, including obvious trauma or wounds, ingestion of non-food items or liquids, lethargy, signs of pain like whining, shaking, or hiding, difficulty breathing, weakness, blood in vomit or stool, decreased appetite or thirst, among others. If you are unsure of whether or not your pet’s behavior is medically significant, give us a call to discuss if attention from an emergency veterinarian at Red Bank Veterinary Hospital in Mount Laurel, NJ is needed.
Cherry Hill is proud to be a part of the Red Bank Veterinary Hospital network and to partner closely with Red Bank Veterinary Hospital in Mount Laurel, NJ to offer 24/7 emergency and critical care for your pet. If your pet is experiencing an emergency, you can contact Red Bank Veterinary Hospital on Briggs Road in Mount Laurel to alert them of your arrival or simply go there with your pet at any time, no appointment necessary. They are open 365 days a year, including weekends and holidays. They also offer specialty care during the day by referral only. For directions to Red Bank Veterinary Hospital in Mount Laurel, click here.