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At the Animal Hospital of Pataskala we accept emergencies during business hours. If you feel you have a pet emergency please call our office at 740-927-0196 and we can advise you. If you have a pet emergency after hours please refer to your pet's medical record for our doctor's phone numbers. If you do not have a medical record you may call:
The Ohio State University Veterinary Hospital
Diley Hill Emergency
Emergencies can include car accidents, chocolate ingestion, rat poisoning, or sudden illness. Signs to watch for in your pet include open wounds, refusal of water or food, vomiting, or uncharacteristic behavior changes. Being observant of your pet's regular behavior will help you to notice changes more quickly.
To help prevent emergencies make sure your pet proof your home. All poisons, pesticides, and medications should be safely stored and out of your pet's reach. Make sure your trash is contained in a pet proof container to discourage them from going through the garbage.
Sign up using the form below or call 740-927-0196 to make an appointment.
For after hours emergency care, please access your pet's vaccine/medical folder for our doctors' emergency numbers or call :
Dr. Hickin by far has been the best veterinarian I've brought one of my pets to. She went out of her way on numerous occasions to help me with my elderly cat Jack. She listens and takes her time. You never feel rushed or a burden. It has been a long time since I've worked with a doctor that showed they cared this much about their patients. Thank you Dr. Hickin for everything.