Our goal at VCA Animal Emergency Center of Gwinnett is to provide compassionate care of the highest quality for your pet. Our caring and knowledgeable team of veterinarians, technicians, assistants, and support staff honor our commitment to provide excellent client service and provide the highest standards of medicine. Our hospital functions as an extension of your family veterinarian by keeping you and your doctor informed and involved in the care of your pet. VCA Animal Emergency Center of Gwinnett provides emergency care during nights, holidays, and weekends. Our hospital uses the latest technology for diagnostics, surgery, and life saving care.
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What is an Emergency?
If your pet is seriously ill or injured, it needs critical care immediately. If your family veterinarian is unavailable, bring your pet in to see us. Some symptoms that require immediate attention are difficulty breathing, unstoppable bleeding, inability to urinate or defecate, heatstroke, bloated or distended abdomen, inability to deliver kittens or puppies, loss of balance, unconsciousness, seizure, any pain, major trauma or injury, shock, possible poisoning, vomiting and/or diarrhea, lameness, allergic reactions, general lethargy, anorexia, high fever, or anything else that concerns you.