Emergency Pet Care 7 Days a Week

When you need emergency pet care, contact Beach Garfield Veterinary Hospital in Huntington Beach, California, as soon as possible. We may be able to treat your pet at home or we may require you to bring him or her in for an evaluation and treatment.

Seek Assistance ASAP

Many people are unsure about what constitutes a pet emergency and when they should call a veterinarian. If your pet is experiencing any of the injuries or illnesses listed below, please make sure to call a veterinarian or your local emergency animal hospital ASAP first. Then, you can call pet vet house calls at (714) 847-2519 if you have any questions.

If your pet has an illness that cannot be treated at home, Dr. Alley may recommend an emergency care hospital where further diagnostics and instruments are available. In the event the doctor recommends bringing your pet to Beach Garfield Veterinary Hospital ASAP, it is important to do so as quickly as possible.

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Injuries & Illnesses Considered as a Pet Emergency: 

• The Pet Is in a Coma
• The Pet Is Involved in a Car Accident
• The Pet Has Uncontrolled Bleeding
• The Pet Is Unwilling or Unable to Eat or Drink
• The Pet Has a Bite Wound or Burn Injury
• The Pet Has an Abnormal Heart Rate or Rhythm
• The Pet Is Having Trouble Walking or Has Loss of Balance
• The Pet Has Had Gastric Torsion or Bloat in the Past and Is Trying to
   Vomit, but Is Unable to Vomit (Breeds Such as German Shepherds,
   Great Danes, Saint Bernards, and Others Are Prone to It)
• The Pet Has Seizure or Epilepsy
• The Pet Is Straining to Defecate
• The Pet Is Having Difficulty Breathing 
• The Pet Is Having Trouble Urinating or Is Not Producing Urine
• The Animal Is Bleeding, Internal Bleeding or External Bleeding
• The Animal Has Swollen Abdomen or Sudden Abdominal Enlargement
• The Pet Is in Shock (Signs of Shock Includes Weakness, Collapse, Pale
   or Blue Gum Color, Cold Feet, and an Abnormal Heart
   Rate or Fibrillation)
• The animal has severe diarrhea or the animal has sever bloody diarrhea
• The animal is vomiting several times
• The animal has toxicity of any form
• The animal got into trash and is acting abnormal
• The animal has heat stroke or overheating
• The animal is giving birth and is straining for 30 minutes or more
• If your pet needs more treatment than what can be done at home, Dr Sean Alley will recommend to bring your pet to
   Beach-Garfield Veterinary Hospital.
• At Beach-Garfield Veterinary Hospital your pet will be able to get more care than at home.

Dr. Sean Alley is available for house calls in Orange County, CA, and Southern Los Angeles County. Pet veterinary services are available in Irvine, Newport Beach, Costa Mesa, Huntington Beach, Long Beach, Bellflower, Tustin, Orange, Lake Forest, Mission Viejo, Aliso Viejo, Laguna Beach, Laguna Niguel, Santa Ana, Westminster, Garden Grove, Fullerton, Anaheim, Fountain Valley, Coto De Caza, Lakewood, Seal Beach, Santa Monica, Torrance, Redondo Beach. Veterinary home service is also available in other nearby cities. Please call Dr. Alley for availability.

If you think your pet may be experiencing a medical emergency, call Dr. Alley right away at (714) 847-2519.
Depending on the injury or illness, the doctor may come to your home to treat your pet.