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We are excited to announce that we will be providing Urgent Care hours at Confederate Ridge Animal Hospital! Every other Sunday from 3pm-11pm starting this Sunday, January 8th, 2023.

Typical Conditions Seen by Urgent Care:

  • Eyes: swelling, discharge, redness
  • Nose: running, crusting, discharge
  • Ears: discharge, debris, odor, twitching, scratching, shaking
  • Coughing or sneezing
  • Vomiting (minor or occasional)
  • Diarrhea
  • Straining to have a bowel movement
  • Change in urine color, frequency, or amount
  • Change in amount of food or water intake
  • Lameness / Limping
  • Recent ingestion of minor foreign material or toxin
  • (if showing no clinical signs)
  • Change in behavior
  • (depression, anxiety, sleepiness)
  • Evidence of worms, or fleas
  • Wounds or bite marks (minor)
  • Lumps
  • Facial swelling, licking, or scratching

This is a great option for those illnesses and injuries that need to be seen in a timely manner. Patients will be seen in the order of arrival and order of severity. Please call to let us know when you arrive. We look forward to helping meet this need in our community.

various small mammals

You’ve heard of a pocket watch, but what about a pocket pet? That’s right, a pocket pet is a small, furry little pet that can fit straight in your pocket! The pets that fall into this category are animals like rats, hamsters, hedgehogs, gerbils, and their slighter larger counterparts such as chinchillas, or guinea pigs. While these pets may not require daily walks or get excited about belly rubs, they’re still fun and unique animals. 

Before you decide to go out and purchase a pocket pet, it’s important that you know what type of living arrangement it needs, what it eats, if it needs exercise, and what type of veterinary care may be necessary. Each of the tiny pets listed above should be cared for just as traditional pets. To learn more about each of these pocket pets, read the articles below.

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