Our Capabilities and Advice for Animal Emergency Care

Animal Emergency Care in Germantown: Owner Holds Dog

Pets are surprisingly good at hiding any injury or illness, so when they are in need of animal emergency care, it can be difficult to tell! However, there are some signs that are too obvious to hide. If your pet exhibits any of the following, and the incident occurs during our regular opening hours, bring them to our animal hospital in Germantown immediately:

  • Injuries from blunt force trauma
  • Disorientation and difficulty walking
  • Suspected broken bones
  • Blood in urine, stool, or vomit
  • Excessive vomiting or diarrhea
  • Ingestion of a toxic substance
  • Unconsciousness
  • Bloated abdomen that is hard to the touch
  • Any injuries to the eyes

Little Seneca Animal Hospital is equipped to handle emergency cases, so don't hesitate to bring your pet straight to us. If you're unsure whether your pet is having an emergency, call first so we can help you assess the situation. However, if your pet needs animal emergency care after we have closed, please refer to our emergency referral hospital listed below.


“Dr. LeVora and his staff are excellent and I highly recommend them.”

-Carolina N.

“The staff and Dr. LeVora are so genuinely caring and knowledgeable. We moved and still make the 30 min drive just come here. We highly recommend!”

-Gaylen D.

“Dr. LeVora and the staff of Little Seneca Animal Hospital are spectacular. My wife and I have been taking our pets there for almost 20 years and have never been disappointed with the attention and care we have received.”

-Jack F.

"Dr Brad has been our vet for 15 years. Always gotten the BEST in vet care!"

-Bill P.

"Above average expertise with excellent communication skills!"

-Shari I.

"The doctors and staff are thorough, caring and compassionate. I also really appreciate that they file the insurance claims with my pet insurance."

-Lynn E.

"Shamrock is so much happier today after our visit to LSHA last evening. Best vet staff around for kindness, compassion, helping the animals feel their best."

-Kathy B.


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