10 Heidke St, Bundaberg West, QLD
Have an Emergency? Call Us 1800 232 423

Emergency and Critical Care for Your Pet

Bundaberg Emergency Animal Hospital offers urgent emergency services and critical care for your pet 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

When your pet is sick or injured, it can be a highly distressing time for both you and your pet. Thats why our team of highly experienced emergency veterinarians will work with compassion as we examine, assess, and treat your pet.

If your pet is unwell or injured in the Bundaberg area, our team is here to help you

Call Us Now 1800 232 423

Emergency and Critical Care for Your Pet

Bundaberg Emergency Animal Hospital offers urgent emergency services and critical care for your pet 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

When your pet is sick or injured, it can be a highly distressing time for both you and your pet. Thats why our team of highly experienced emergency veterinarians will work with compassion as we examine, assess, and treat your pet.

If your pet is unwell or injured in the Bundaberg area, our team is here to help you

Call Us Now 1800 232 423

Emergency and Critical Care for Your Pet

Bundaberg Emergency Animal Hospital offers urgent emergency services and critical care for your pet 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

When your pet is sick or injured, it can be a highly distressing time for both you and your pet. Thats why our team of highly experienced emergency veterinarians will work with compassion as we examine, assess, and treat your pet.

If your pet is unwell or injured in the Bundaberg area, our team is here to help you

Signs Your Pet May Need Emergency Veterinary Attention

There are a number of different indications that your pet may require urgent care from a vet. Some conditions which might require emergency assessment and treatment include:

  • Trauma Related Injuries Including Animal Fights and Road Traffic Accidents
  • Difficulty Urinating or Defecating
  • Severe Bleeding
  • Difficulty Breathing or Choking
  • Excessive Vomiting
  • Excessive Diarrhea
  • Loss of Appetite
  • Snake Bite
  • Bleeding
  • Collapse
  • Eye Injuries
  • Poison or Toxin Ingestion
  • Seizures
  • Lameness or Suspected Broken Bones
  • Inability to Walk
  • Heat Stroke or Dehydration
  • Unconsciousness
  • Allergic Reactions

What to do if you have a pet emergency?

If you have an animal emergency, contact our veterinarian team immediately.
Our team will be able to advise you over the phone if your pet requires immediate care and how to
safely transport your precious pet.

Appointments are not required to see us, so if you are unable to call, you can bring your pet
straight to our emergency animal hospital in Bundaberg.

Call Us Now 1800 232 423

Frequently Asked Questions

What kinds of Animals do you treat?

We offer emergency care and treatment of a wide array of animals, including but not limited to:

  • Dogs
  • Cats
  • Birds
  • Reptiles
  • Rodents

This list is not exhaustive of all of the animals we can help care for. Get in touch with the team to see if we can help you today

What payment options are available?

We understand that veterinary bills can be expensive and sometimes these unexpected costs can be difficult to manage. That s why in addition to accepting standard payment methods such as Visa and Mastercard, we also accept most major pet insurances and offer other financing options.

Some of the finance options and payment methods we offer include:

  • ¬†VetPay
  • ZipPay
  • AfterPay

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Don’t have the money right now?

Don’t stress. If you need help affording your vet bills, Vetpay payment plans are designed to help pet owners pay for veterinary expenses and get your pets treatment started today.

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