Why Choose I-20?
I-20 Animal Medical Center is here 24 hours a day, every day of the year to provide expert and compassionate care for pets that need emergency and critical care. We understand that the health of your pet is a top priority.
Our emergency department is overseen by Dr. Cindi Welch, the only Emergency and Critical Care residency trained veterinarian in Fort Worth, Arlington, Mansfield and surrounding areas. As an accredited emergency and critical care hospital we can ensure the highest medical standards and latest life-saving procedures and treatments.
Our team of veterinary professionals includes doctors and veterinary nurses with advanced training in emergency medicine. We work as a team to provide round-the-clock monitoring and treatment of your pet. At I-20 Animal Medical Center, we’re committed to your pet’s health and your peace of mind.
I-20 Animal Medical Center works with area veterinarians to provide emergency care for their clients. We’ll communicate with your family veterinarian to ensure that appropriate care continues after the critical stage has passed.
When to Come in:
- Difficulty Giving Birth
- Ingestion of toxins
- Repeated vomiting
- Any puppy or kitten with vomiting or diarrhea
- Unexplained pain
- Respiratory problems
Is This Really an Emergency?
When should you take your pet to an emergency care facility? Obviously, problems like trauma, seizures, severe vomiting or diarrhea need immediate attention. But what about minor problems? How do you know if you should take your pet to the hospital in the middle of the night or wait until your veterinarian opens? A good general guideline is IF IN DOUBT SEEK EMERGENCY VETERINARY CARE. Many serious conditions may appear as a minor problem. Your pet can’t always communicate how much pain he or she is in. So, if in doubt, seek emergency care.
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