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Office Hours Closure

Central Virginia Veterinary Clinic will be closed from Thursday, November 24th, 2022, through Sunday, November 27th, 2022. We will re-open on Monday, November 28th, 2022. If you have any medication refills that you need, please take care of this early as we cannot do refills during that time. If you have an emergency, please contact an emergency clinic. Those are listed on our answering machine. Thank you for your understanding and continued patronage. As always, we look forward to serving you.

Acute Veterinary Care

An acute veterinary clinic is ready to assist and treat your pet after experiencing an injury, illness, or being wounded. Veterinarians specializing in acute animal medicine help determine the extent of the damage to your pet and help provide a safe recovery plan. Acute injuries and illnesses are unexpected, which is why many veterinarians offer same-day appointments. The veterinary staff at Central Veterinary Clinic in Louisa, VA, are ready to treat any of your pets' acute illnesses or injuries such as broken bones, sprains, toxic ingestion, and injuries from car accidents.

Vet Care

What is Acute Veterinary Care? 

When a pet is injured, its root cause is not always apparent. When your pet is injured, it may require the experience and expertise to diagnose and treat the condition. Calling our local animal hospital and schedule an appointment with our veterinarian to get your pet the care it needs to recover from the acute injury or illness. 

Acute Illnesses and Injuries

Types of acute illnesses and injuries include: 

  • Poisoning and toxic ingestion
  • Animal attack
  • Car accidents
  • Trouble breathing
  • Fall from a height
  • Consistent vomiting
  • Heatstroke or hypothermia
  • Bloated abdomen
  • Trouble giving birth
  • Eye injury
  • Broken bones 
  • Sprains

Signs and Symptoms of Acute Illness in Pets

Outside of seeing your animal gets injured or ingest poison, it might not be apparent immediately that your pet is ill or injured. Some signs to watch for to see if your pet needs acute veterinary care include: 

  • Aggression, especially when touching a tender or damaged area of their body
  • Appetite loss, including not wanting to eat their food or treats
  • Bad breath, which could be a sign of various infections or diseases
  • Bloody stool or urine, which could be a sign of a blockage or internal injuries
  • Consistent coughing could be a sign of trouble breathing
  • A high fever could be a sign of a severe infection

Schedule an Appointment with Our Emergency Veterinarian in Louisa, VA

At Central Virginia Veterinary Clinic, we understand the stress you experience when your pet becomes hurt or severely ill. We are here to help you both during an emergency vet visit and throughout your pet's recovery. Call us today at (540) 967-1404 for more information on acute veterinary care or to schedule an appointment with our veterinarian.  

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Office Hours

Monday

9:00 am - 6:00 pm

Tuesday

9:00 am - 6:00 pm

Wednesday

Closed

Thursday

9:00 am - 6:00 pm

Friday

9:00 am - 6:00 pm

Saturday

9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Open every other Saturday

Sunday

Closed

Monday
9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Tuesday
9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Wednesday
Closed
Thursday
9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Friday
9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Saturday
9:00 am - 12:00 pm Open every other Saturday
Sunday
Closed