The following is a list of ways to avoid getting your pet hospitalized if you need to: Call 911.
A pet hospital is the only place where your pet can be kept and treated without the use of an attendant.
The person who operates the facility will usually be there to administer medication to your pet.
The hospital will typically ask you to leave if your pet gets sick.
Tell a friend or relative to come visit you.
The only way to be sure your pet is being cared for safely is to go to the pet hospital.
Contact your local veterinarian.
There are some pet hospitals that do not provide emergency medical care, but you can check the websites of your local hospital to see if they have a list for your pet to call to ask for emergency care.
Contact the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
The U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization has a list, which you can download at this link.
Check with your state animal control agency to see how to get help getting your dog or cat euthanized.
Contact an animal shelter.
An animal shelter may be able to take your pet in for a short stay in the facility.
This is important if you have an emergency and need to take in your pet quickly.
A shelter may ask for proof of income.
This may include a credit card, insurance card, or a utility bill.
If your pet has a health condition, the shelter will contact you and explain that the condition can be treated and your pet will be put on the street.
A Shelter is required to charge you a $2 fee per visit for each pet that you bring to the shelter.
The fee will be waived for pets that are under one year of age.
Contact local animal shelters.
Animal shelters are often more welcoming to your pets.
There may be times when your animal is being spayed or neutered, or if your animal has an ongoing health issue.
Contact pet shelters directly.
Many local shelters and animal rescue groups offer an online application process for pet adoptions.
If you have your pet at a shelter, the organization may have an application you can complete that will take you through a few steps to get your pet into your home.
Find the local shelter nearest you.
If the shelter is in your area, you can find out what resources they offer for your pets by searching their websites.
You can also visit the shelter’s website to find out more about their services.
Find out if your dog needs to be euthanize.
If a shelter does not euthanze your dog, you should call the shelter immediately.
It may take a while for your veterinarian to respond, but if your vet is unavailable or unable to do so, the vet will likely euthanese your dog.
The veterinarian will give you the order of treatment and the pet will need to be transported to the veterinarian.
You will need your dog to be placed on the road in a harness and transported to a veterinarian for an appropriate spay or neuter procedure.
Your dog will be in a cage until it is transported to your home or the shelter where it will be euthaned.
Your pet will likely be transported out to the street in a crate, but this is not always the case.
Contact a veterinarian.
A veterinarian may have to euthanizes your pet if your veterinarian cannot handle the care your pet requires.
You should call your veterinarian for more information on how to care for your animal.
You may also contact the shelter, if you live near one.
Call your veterinarian or local animal shelter for information about spaying and neutering.
If there is a delay in your vet responding to your call, you may be contacted by the shelter to help with care.
You might also be contacted if you call a shelter for help with an emergency.
Contact animal shelters for help.
If an animal rescue group or local shelter does NOT have an online euthanization program, you might have to travel to the nearest one.
You’ll need to pick up your pet and bring it to the animal shelter to get an order of care.
The shelter may also be able get you an animal license, which will make your pet eligible for adoption.
You could also contact a local shelter to arrange transportation to your veterinarian.
Find a veterinarian who specializes in euthanizing animals.
You’re most likely to find a veterinarian specializing in animals that are overweight or have a health issue that requires medication or surgery.
You probably can find a local veterinarian who has experience handling animals that have been euthanzed and may be willing to euthonize your pet for you.
Call the shelter and make sure your dog is euthanised.
Call if you’re unsure about how to go about getting your animal to a vet.
You need to find an appropriate veterinarian.
It is important to make sure that the veterinarian is available to see your pet immediately.
Be prepared to provide the veterinarian with some personal information about your pet that will help the veterinarian decide if your new pet is healthy and will be good for you and your family.
If all else fails, you could