In Case of Emergency

What to do in an emergency:

Emergency situations call for immediate action to allow the patient the greatest chance of full recovery. It is important to closely monitor and observe the patient and note any changes in the patient’s physical and physiological condition.

Listed below are some signs and symptoms to look for in an emergency, and some actions that may help ensure the health and safety of the patient.

Disclaimer: The tips and advice offered below are for informational purposes only, they are not intended to replace veterinary care.


Emergency Contacts:

Cat and Exotic Care of the Central Coast
Pismo Coast Plaza
565 Five Cities Drive
Pismo Beach, CA 93449-3005
Weekdays, normal business hours only

Pismo Beach Veterinary Clinic 
990 Price Street
Pismo Beach, CA 93449
(805) 773-0474 
Everyday, normal business hours only

Central Coast Pet Emergency Clinic
(After 6pm/Weekends)
1558 W Branch
Arroyo Grande, CA 93420-1818
(805) 489-6573
After 6:00pm and Weekends 

ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center

A $50 consultation fee may be applied to credit card.

California Poison Action Line