Our March E-Newsletter is Here!
Our March E-newsletter is almost available! Click here to read about feline urinary blockages, what to look for and steps you can take to prevent them from occurring.
AA Small Animal Emergency Service is a 24 hour veterinary hospital providing emergency and critical care medicine for pets in our area. Many veterinarians throughout central Kentucky are affiliated with our clinic. We have experienced veterinarians and nurses on duty at all hours. We realize you may be apprehensive about your pet's condition and about taking your pet to an unfamiliar place. By referring you to our facility, your veterinarian has demonstrated confidence in our ability to help you.
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The AA Small Animal Emergency Service is dedicated to alleviating the pain and enhancing the health of our patients by providing advanced emergency and critical care medicine to the pets in our community. With compassion and commitment, we strive to provide a high standard of care while maintaining a respect for the strong bond between our patients and their families.
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|Boo is a 3 year old neutered male that recently came into the clinic He was
quickly taken back to the treatment area, and it was discovered that Boo actually had a urethral obstruction
(often referred to as being "blocked") and was unable to urinate.
A blocked cat is a true medical emergency and can even lead to death if the issue is not treated quickly. If you suspect that your cat is blocked, please seek veterinary care immediately. Click here for more information about what to look for if you suspect your cat has a urinary blockage.