Our pet was hit by a car. Is there anything particular I should do when I transport him/her to the hospital?
Injuries following vehicular trauma can vary from superficial abrasions to life-threatening bleeding, fractures, or head trauma. Each patient’s injuries are different, so we recommend that you call the Emergency Service at (610) 666-1050 to alert the medical team that you are bringing your pet in. The receptionist and/or nurse can try to instruct you about how to safely transport your pet to the hospital. Keep in mind that your pet may be disoriented and is likely in pain, so use caution in moving your pet to keep him or her as well as you and your family safe.
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