UNAVETS clinics are committed to minimizing the stress that can be associated with emergency visits for both you and your pet. Many of our clinics throughout Spain and Portugal offer separate areas for dogs and cats, as well as a third independent area to isolate animals with infectious diseases.
Every UNAVETS clinic has a team of experienced veterinarians, registered veterinary technicians and animal care attendants. All our clinics have the latest equipment alongside exceptionally trained staff to make sure your pet is in great hands.
Our patients are constantly monitored by our veterinary teams. We provide constant infusion equipment for fluid therapy, nutrition through nasoesophageal tube, drains, catheters, oxygen therapy, heat lamps and more.
Some of the common treatments our clinics cover are:
- Severe bleeding
- Ingestion of foreign substances
- Unable to pass urine
- Eye injuries
- Bone fractures
Why might you need an emergency veterinary service?
There can be many different reasons to consider emergency pet care. Some of the signs that your pet may require emergency pet care include:
- Difficulty breathing
- Blood loss
- Continuous vomiting
- Ongoing diarrhea
- Broken bones
Any of these symptoms can be serious for your pet and you should contact us immediately if you think you have a pet emergency on your hands. Please do not try to deal with the situation yourself unless it is necessary to apply immediate and basic pet first aid.