Emergency

In Case of an Emergency

If we just vaccinated your pet and it is showing signs of an adverse reaction (such as severe vomiting, weakness, facial swelling/itching, or breathing problems) come back to the clinic, if it still going on, or call Dr. Gillum at 614-537-1322.

Mild temporary site swelling and tenderness after vaccination is normal. It may be worse 1-3 days after the vaccination(s).  Call Dr. Gillum if you have concerns.  Never give any human medications on your own to a pet.

Please do not use email or social media to reach us during an emergency. Call us.

For any other pet emergencies there are many 24-hour emergency clinics nearby.   This is not a comprehensive list.

The Ohio State University Veterinary Medical Center at Dublin
5020 Bradenton Avenue
Dublin, OH 43017
(614)889-8070

Rascal Animal Hospital
5830 Britton Parkway in Dublinrah_logo_1_med
at Tuttle Plaza just west of I-270, between Best Buy and WalMart.
They also see sick pets, do other surgeries, diagnostics and hospitalization. They are open 8am to 8pm, 7 days a week
(614) 791-7729

MedVet Columbus
300 E. Wilson Bridge Rd.
Worthington
(614) 846-5800

MedVet Hilliard
5230 Renner Rd.
Columbus
(614) 870-0480

Diley Hill Animal Emergency Center
9695 Basil Western Rd.
Canal Winchester
(614) 829-6444

The Ohio State University Veterinary Medical Center at Dublin

5020 Bradenton Avenue
Dublin, OH 43017
(614)889-8070