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Bloated Abdomens

Bloated Abdomen: A Potentially Life-Threatening Emergency

Bloat, a condition known as gastric dilatation-volvulus (GDV), is one of the most serious and potentially life-threatening emergencies your furry friend can face. Our team at McKinney Emergency Veterinary Clinic is fully trained and equipped to provide the needed emergency care for your furry companion using the latest technology and techniques. Here’s all you need…
Emergency Surgery

How to Care for Your Pet After Surgery 

Emergency surgery can be stressful for you and your furry companion. Being prepared to provide care after getting settled at home is critical to promote healing and recovery and get your pet back to everyday life as soon as possible. Our McKinney Emergency Veterinary Clinic team has put together a guide to help ensure the…

Ingesting Foreign Bodies: Symptoms and When to Seek Emergency Care

Our furry friends are naturally curious, often with an urge to explore the world around them with their mouths. This trait can be problematic and even life-threatening if your furry companion swallows a toy or household object. Our team at McKinney Emergency Veterinary Clinic has put together a guide outlining the symptoms of foreign body…

Venomous Snakes of North Texas and Emergency Bite Care 

A close encounter with a venomous North Texas snake can be an unsettling experience for pets and their owners. Our team at McKinney Emergency Veterinary Clinic is fully prepared and equipped to treat snake envenomations to provide your furry companion with the best chances for a full recovery. If you suspect your pet has had…
Pet Hospitalization

What to Expect When Your Pet Is Hospitalized 

At McKinney Emergency Veterinary Clinic, we understand the anxiety and concern pet parents have when their fur babies need hospitalization. Our compassionate veterinary team offers state-of-the-art after-hours emergency care to get your sick or injured pet’s health back on track. Here is a look at what you can expect if your furry family member needs…
Protecting Your pup

Protecting Your Pup: A Guide to the Mysterious Canine Respiratory Illness

Canine infectious respiratory disease complex (CIRDC) has been causing quite a stir lately, with cases of a mysterious strain appearing in multiple states. Dr. Pierotti and our team at McKinney Emergency Veterinary Clinic understand the concerns of pet parents and are here to ensure you stay informed. We are always happy to answer your questions…

Currently Having A Pet Emergency?

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If your pet experiences an after-hours emergency, every second counts. Please contact our emergency clinic right away!