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Clinic:

931, Knowlton rd  West Brome

450 263-6460

 Monday to Wednesday:  8h00 - 17h00

 Thursday and Friday:  8h00 - 18h00

Saturday : 8h00 - 12h00


Office:

1398, Shefford  Bromont    

 450 534-2661

Monday:      14h00 - 18h00

Wednesday: 14h00 - 18h00

Appointments Emergency service Dr Luc Lemaître, m.v. Dr Érik Masclé, m.v. Appareil à monitoring d'anesthésie Trousse d'urgence logo Mountainview
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COMMON EMERGENCIES:



INTOXICATION FROM POISON


SEIZURES


BROKEN BONES


OPEN WOUND, BLEEDING


CHOKING

HEAT STROKE


SHOCK


As much as we love our pets, and try to keep them safe, unfortunately, accidents do happen.

Being prepared for an emergency and having a first aid kit might make it easier when dealing with a difficult situation. Start by calling your vet, to prepare them for your arrival. The veterinary staff may also offer advice.

Once basic first aid has been administered and your pet is stabilized, it is recommended to get to your veterinary office immediately. We do not suggest using first aid as a substitute for a veterinary evaluation.



In case of an emergency… are you prepared?

Click here to see an example of a first aid kit

Cat vital signs

Dog vital signs

*** In any of the these situations, getting to your veterinary clinic for emergency care is always the best option.

FIRST AID