Emergency Medicine

What to do in case of an emergency?

Should you ever need assistance during normal business hours, please call: 716-681-4440.

While no appointment is necessary, we advise that you call ahead so we can prepare for your pet’s arrival. Please do not hesitate to call us anytime with your questions or concerns regarding your pet’s medical needs and health.

Should you ever need assistance after hours:

Greater Buffalo Veterinary Emergency Clinic (between Buffalo-Niagara Airport and Transit Rd.)

4821 Genesee St., Cheektowaga, NY 14225
716-839-4043
www.petemergencybuffalo.com

Alliance Animal Hospital knows that emergencies can occur at any time. We have a dedicated team led by veterinarians, and our staff is equipped to handle all of your pet’s medical needs during normal business hours.

What is an emergency?

While it may be difficult to access if your pet requires emergency care or not, we have compiled a list of common medical ailments that require immediate medical attention.

  • Trauma
  • Any disorder involving the eye
  • Bleeding (including wounds and lacerations)
  • Respiratory distress (difficulty breathing)
  • Acute swelling
  • Bloat
  • Inability to urinate
  • Ingestion of foreign objects and toxins
  • Lethargy
  • Pain