Emergencies often happen at the most unexpected times. Our skilled veterinarians and staff will do their best to make sure each and every emergency in seen and attended to as quickly as possible. We will work to stabilize your animal and then will discuss with you the best options for both you and your pet. If you are currently not a client here, we ask that you call before coming in to make sure we have the time and staff to attend to your pet.
Persistent vomiting (or attempting to vomit without producing material)
Hit by vehicle
Attacked by animal(s)
Seizures lasting longer than two minutes or first-time seizure in an animal that has never had one before
Male cat not urinating
Toxic plant/chemical ingestion
Foreign body ingestion (toys, clothing, string)
If your pet is experiencing an emergency after we have closed, please call the office at (207) 873-4668. Only established clients will be seen after-hours. The phones are forwarded to the doctor’s cell phone after we leave the office for the day. If the doctor does not answer, leave a message. If Dr. Danner does not answer and does not return your call within a reasonable amount of time, we ask that you call one of the following emergency clinics:
Animal Emergency Clinic of Mid-Maine in Lewiston – (207) 777-1110 – open Monday-Thursday 5pm – 8am, Fridays 5pm – overnight and open 24 hours Saturday and Sunday.
Eastern Maine Emergency Vet Clinic in Brewer – (207) 989-6267 - open Monday-Thursday 5:30pm – 8:00am and open 24 hours Saturday and Sunday.
Animal Emergency and Specialty Care – (207) 878-3121 – open 7 days a week and 24 hours a day.
If you are unsure if your pet is experiencing an emergency, please give us a call at (207) 873-4668.