CATTLE


  • Difficult calvings/torsions/head back
  • Prolapse Uterus
  • Nervous Ketosis
  • Down cow not responding to oral calcium
  • Severe lacerations/bleeding won't stop
  • Rectal temperature below 98° or above 104°

​CATS & DOGS

Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00am - 5:00 pm, Saturday 8:00 am - Noon

(320) 468-6174

Is it an emergency?



The following situations/symptoms are considered an urgent  emergency:


​          ​HORSES


  • Limb lacerations/lameness
  • Difficult foaling
  • Down/not getting up/colic
  • Choke
  • ​Respiratory distress/allergic reaction
  • ​Injuries to eyes, joints, body
  • ​Rectal temperature below 97° or above 102.5°                                             

If your large animals are experiencing an after hours

emergency, we recommend trying to call someone from the

Mille Lacs Veterinary Group at320-968-6677




Est. 1963

105 2nd Ave NE, Pierz, MN 56364

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  • Prolonged labor - more than 3 hours between births
  • Sudden, severe lameness
  • Abdominal Bloating
  • Suspected poisoning
  • Severe facial swelling/hives
  • Hit by car or other traumatic injury
  • Bleeding/bite wound/ laceration injury
  • Collapse
  • Rectal temperature below 100° and above 104°

The vet you can call for all creatures, great and small.

You know your pet best - even if your pet is not experiencing one of these symptoms,
if you believe it is an emergency, call a veterinarian.
   


After hours we recommend calling Affiliated Emergency Veterinary Service in St Cloud at 320-258-3481


                                                              

  • Vomiting or diarrhea lasting more than 24 hours
  • Persistent cough or sneezing
  • Straining to urinate or deficate
  • Rapid, raspy or shallow/labored breathing
  • Convulsive seizures
  • Excessive thirst or urination
  • Pale gums
  • Not acting normally (hiding, vocalizing)

     



           ​GOATS & SHEEP


  • Bloated or uncomfortable abdominal palpation
  • Not eating or drinking
  • Depressed, overheated or lethargic
  • Having trouble kidding/lambing
  • Straining to urinate/deficate
  • Uncontrollable bleeding/injury
  • Prolapse uterus or vagina before or after kidding
  • Labored breathing
  • Rectal temperature below 99° or above 104°