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Local Emergency Numbers
My Veterinarian -----------------------------------------------
My Local Veterinary Emergency Clinic -----------------
When you call, they will want to know the age, breed, sex, and weight of your pet as well as what he ate, how
much, and when he ate it. If possible, it is important to have the package label from the poison available during
ASPCA National Animal Poison Center - there is a $ 55.00 charge per case that allows as many follow -ups
1-888-4 ANI-HELP (1-888-426-4425)
Credit card: VISA, MC, Discover, or American Express
1-888-299-2973 – for Follow-up calls
The Animal Poison Hotline – there is a $ 35.00 charge per incident, includes follow-ups till the case is
Sponsored by North Shore Animal League America and PROSAR International Animal Poison Center (IAPC).
Lost Pet Recovery Services
Call you local shelters, emergency clinics, humane societies, and any service that provides identification for your
AKC Home Again. 800-252-7894; Fax: 919-233-1290
To report a lost pet, please call the AKC-Companion Animal Recovery team's Recovery Hotline Press '1' for a
recovery coordinator. Please have the pet's microchip or tattoo identification number ready.
National Dog Registry. 800-NDR-DOGS
Tattoo-a-Pet. 800-TAT-TOOS (1-800-828-8667)
Animal Emergency Clinic
Monday-Friday 5 P.M. - 8 A.M.
24 Hour care Weekends and Holidays
Full Equipped and Staffed Level 1 Trauma Center
Emergency Treatment and Critical Care For Companion animals
222 Troy Schenectady Road (Route 2)
Latham, New York 12110
(1.3 miles East of the Latham Circle)
|ASPCA's Animal Poison Control Center
. The call is free, but the consult fee is $55. Be ready to report what your pet ate -- or
what you think he ate -- and when. Provide your pet's vitals (age, weight, sex, chronic
medical conditions) and symptoms, and have a pen and paper ready so you can write
down any instructions you are given.