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Emergency Care

Here When You Need Us.

If your pet experiences any of the following, (not a complete list), please seek emergency care immediately:

  • Anxiety or restlessness – often a sign of pain or ‘bloat’ (GDV)
  • Continuous coughing
  • Crying out in pain
  • Distended, “bloated” abdomen (GDV)
  • Difficulty with labor/delivery
  • Excessive bleeding
  • Extreme lethargy
  • Frostbite, hypothermia
  • Heat exhaustion or stroke
  • Labored breathing
  • Lameness in any limb or dragging of the back legs
  • Pale gums – which is often seen with internal bleeding or anemia
  • Rapid heart rate
  • Poisoning or toxin ingestion
  • Snake bite
  • Vomiting or diarrhea more than two or three times
  • Vaginal discharge
  • Squinting, bulging, or painful eyeballs
  • Straining to urinate or defecate
  • Trauma – hit by car, fall, involved in a fight
  • Tremors or seizures
  • Any abnormal behavior that you’re worried about – e.g., acting aloof or particularly clingy
  • See more at: pethealthnetwork.com 
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We’ll keep your primary care veterinarian updated so that they may resume any follow-up care needed after your visit to Tri-Lakes.

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Tri-Lakes Animal Emergency Care opened in Monument, Colorado in the summer of 2019, the third in a family of emergency practices in southern Colorado. Open nights, weekends, and holidays, we are equipped and ready to help when you need us.

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