Our Recommended Emergency Referral Vets Near Baltimore, MD

Emergency Vet in Baltimore, MD

If your pet is experiencing an emergency during our business hours, contact Belvedere Veterinary Center at (410) 999-3300 immediately and our team can provide recommendations for emergency veterinary services in the area, and provide guidance on what to do next.

When to Contact Your Emergency Vet

What do pet emergencies look like? Use this list as a guide and contact us at (410) 999-3300, or reach out to one of the emergency vets listed below if you notice any of the following signs or scenarios:

  • Difficulty breathing (panting, choking, wheezing)
  • Severe bleeding from a wound or the nose, mouth, or ears
  • Vomiting/diarrhea for over 24 hours
  • Straining or unable to pass stool or urine
  • Acting lethargic or disoriented
  • Symptoms of severe pain (moving slowly, shaking, sleeping more than usual, loss of appetite, flinching/crying when touched)
  • Hasn’t had food or water in over 24 hours
  • Any injury sustained to one or both eyes
  • Blood in stool or vomit
  • Limping, possible broken bones
  • Burns, lacerations, or puncture wounds
  • Loss of consciousness
  • Hit by a car
  • Ate a toxin (pills, household chemicals, chocolate, etc.)
  • Attacked by a wild animal or another pet