Emergency

  • In case of emergency, immediately call  the clinic at 450 218-9090
  • It is always recommended to call the clinic prior to coming in the clinic. If we are unavailable to accept the emergency, we will rapidly direct you to the appropriate emergency center.
  • Outside clinic hours, call :
    • DMV Veterinary Center, at 514-633-8888 or at 1-800-463-8555
    • Laval Veterinary Center at 450-781-1200 or at 1-877-651-2151
  • Here is a list of the most common clinical emergency situations that need to be addressed:
    • Difficulty breathing
    • Loss of coordination or sudden loss of balance;
    • Eye problem;
    • Severe bleeding;
    • Frequent and/or severe diarrhea
    • Frequent and/or severe vomiting
    • Vomiting blood or blood in the diarrhea
    • Severe trauma (ex: hit by car, severe fall);
    • Bite by a domestic or  wild animal
    • A  wound that seems infected
    • Limping
    • Unusual or sudden behavior change, confusion
    • If you think your pet has eaten a potential toxic product (antifreeze, rat poisoning, chocolate, etc.).
    • In all cases, if you are worried, consult the clinic  immediately
  • Never administer human medications to your pet before consulting your veterinarian:

Certain drugs commonly used in humans can be harmful or life threatening for your animal. For example, acetaminophen (Tylenol) can be fatal for a cat, even with a low dose.

  • Poison Centres :

At all times, you can call the Animal Poison Control Center of the American SPCA which will be able to answer your questions. Call 1.888-426-4435 or visit their website by clicking here. This service is in English only and fees will be charged. This poison center will provide you   essential information to transmit to your veterinarian that will treat your animal.

This center is also consulted by veterinarians, which will charge you after approbation for the consultation.   By calling yourself, it will be possible for you to react more quickly and more precisely before obtaining the assistance of the veterinarian.

  • If you are worried about your pet, please call us!
  • For the health, safety or well-being of an animal that you do not own, contact the 1-844-ANIMAUX hotline.