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Pet guardians often ask these common questions:

When is a house call appropriate and when do I need to go to an emergency vet?

If your pet is having difficulty breathing, is vomiting extensively, cannot walk suddenly, or is not urinating, please seek emergency medical attention at your local emergency veterinary hospital. House calls are appropriate for checkups, vaccinations, and treatments such as acupuncture and laser therapy.

What plants are toxic for cats?

More than 700 plants have been identified as toxic to cats, including: lilies, aloe, asparagus fern, American holly, corn plants, elephant ear, cyclamen, heartleaf philodendron, and jade.

If you think your cat has ingested a poisonous substance, contact Fishtown Animal Hospital  or your local emergency veterinary hospital immediately.

Do I need pet insurance?

Pet insurance helps you avoid unexpected vet bills. Just like people, pets get sick sometimes, and every pet guardian wants to provide the best care possible. You want to make the best decision for your pet regardless of costs – that’s where pet insurance comes in.

Is acupuncture safe?

Acupuncture is one of the safest therapies when practiced by a trained acupuncturist. Because acupuncture balances the body’s own system of healing and no chemicals are used, side effects and complications are rare. Learn more about acupuncture

What if my pet needs surgery?

Fishtown Animal Hospital works in conjunction with local veterinary hospitals that offer surgical services for spays and neuters, orthopedic surgeries, tumor removals and biopsies, dentistry and oral surgery, and more. Contact us today to learn more.