Birmingham (Aston) PDSA Pet Hospital

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Birmingham (Aston) PDSA Pet Hospital

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Dulverton Road, Witton, Birmingham, B6 7EQ , united-kingdom

Phone: 0121 328 1716

Your Pet Hospital offers a reduced service, including emergency treatment and some routine care. Preventive appointments are not currently available.

An emergency is when there is something wrong with your pet that is life-threatening. Signs include:

Being unconscious
Constant fits
Severe breathing difficulties
Broken bones
Severe bleeding
Extensive burns
A severe allergic reaction
Serious accidents such as being hit by a car or having a fall
Not being able to wee
Continuous diarrhoea and being sick

Routine care is non-life-threatening and can include signs such as:

Problems with their teeth
A change in their behaviour, appetite or toileting
Issues with their skin
Minor injuries like bumps, lumps or bruises
Prescription flea and worming treatments

In an emergency please phone your hospital directly.

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