Hospitalization For Sick Animals

At Paws & Claws Veterinary Hospital our experienced team of veterinary professionals provides outstanding medical care overnight for Tracy  pets that require hospitalization, whatever the reason.

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Overnight Care

If your pet is sick, hurt or recovering from surgery hospitalization may be necessary in order to give your pet their best possible start on the road to recovery.

From the minute your animal is admitted to our hospital we begin monitoring their condition and providing your pet with all the medications and treatments they need to feel comfortable.

Whether your dog or cat requires sedation to allow them to rest and recover, or just some human love and attention, our team is here to help your pet feel better. 

Hospitalisation For Sick Animals, Tracy Vet

24/7 Care for Sick Pets

Day or night, at our Tracy animal hospital there is always a veterinarian available to see your pet if their condition requires immediate attention.

Going Home

Regardless of the reason for your pet's hospitalization, it is essential that their condition is stabilized before they head home.

That means ensuring that your animal is on the road to recovery and that you have the tools you need to provide them with the ongoing care their condition demands.

The veterinarian will examine your pet, and run any diagnostic testing required to determine whether your animal is ready to leave us.

Once your pet is well enough to head home our team will provide you with detailed instructions for your pet's care, and any prescription medications that may be necessary to keep your pet comfortable while they continue to recover.

Treatments Available at Our Veterinary Hospital

Our overnight animal hospital provides all the services your pet needs to get their recovery off to the best possible start. Here are just a few of the overnight services our team can provide:

  • 24 hour professional care and monitoring
  • Advanced pain management
  • Blood pressure monitoring
  • Dressing changes
  • IV Fluids and medications
  • Oxygen therapy

Contact us for answers to any training questions you may have.

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