Call Falls Road Animal Hospital if you are experiencing an emergency. A veterinarian is on call.
In case of an emergency, use our checklist to make your visit as easy as possible.
While many small animal practices find themselves overwhelmed by the forces at work, Falls Road Animal Hospital has attained a size that is capable of benefiting from prevailing trends and the most current Veterinary medicine. We hire selectively from the large pool of graduating Veterinarians thereby maintaining the quality of the practice. The hospital is large enough to be exceptionally well equipped and is able to handle the most difficult cases 24 hours daily.
- Blood and blood component transfusions
- Continuous monitoring (pulse oxymetry, EKG, etc.)
- Peripheral and central venous catheterization
- Partial parenteral nutrition
- Intravenous fluids
- Urinary catheterization
Why Get a Second Opinion?
You shop around for your car, your schools, or your TV. Don’t you think you should do the same for your animal’s health?
- Addison’s disease
- Acute kidney failure
- Acute heart failure
- Gastrointestinal foreign bodies
- Acute pancreatitis
- Heart stroke
- Automobile accidents
- Allergic reactions
- Cruciate injuries
- Gastric dilitation and volvulous (GDV, Bloat)
- Rat/mouse poison
- Urinary tract obstructions