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Emergency – RED ROOF
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If you believe your animal requires emergency care,
call 201.947.5600 to alert us and then bring the animal to 1634 Center Avenue, Fort Lee, NJ.

Our doctors are on-call after hours in case of emergency.
After our office hour, if you call 201.947.5600, our answering representative will connect your call to our Red Roof veterinarian ASAP.

WHEN WE ARE NOT IMMEDIATELY AVAILABLE TO HELP YOU AND YOUR PETS, PLEASE CONTACT ONE OF THESE HOSPITALS:
POTENTIAL EMERGENCIES COULD INCLUDE:

Any life threatening accident: Hit by a car, Massive bleeding, Physical injury, Falling down


Ingestion of a foreign object (toy, string, etc.)


Ingestion of poison (bring container or name of chemical ingested)


Difficulty breathing (gasping, open-mouth breathing, noisy respiration, blue tongue, etc.)


Vomiting and/or diarrhea


Lethargy, Seizure, Collapse


Inability to urinate or defecate


Difficulty urinating or defecating


Inability to deliver puppies or kittens in labor


Surgical complications (sudden bleeding on incision)


Vaccine reactions