Veterinary emergency: what you need to know about what can go wrong.
If you are worried about your vet emergency, there are a few things to keep in mind.
If you need a referral to see a vet, the first thing you need is to get in touch with your local GP or other healthcare provider.
Before making a vet appointment, ask yourself what you can do to avoid the vet emergency.
This could be to: avoid driving if you are a cyclist, and get a taxi or ride-sharing service if you use them if you have a car If you have allergies, it is important to seek medical advice from your doctor before you travel, especially if you feel your allergies may be related to the weather or how your body reacts to certain foods or medications You may also consider the following advice from the UK’s National Pet Poisoning Helpline: you may need to ask for a vet visit and/or seek medical treatment to ensure you are getting the best care available for your pet.
Some of the symptoms that can be mistaken for a veterinary emergency include: a high temperature (above 105 degrees or higher)