Binder Animal Hospital

2941 Telegraph Road
Saint Louis, MO 63125


In Case of an Emergency

During office hours: call us at (314)892-5406

After office hours: Saint Louis is very fortunate to have facilities specifically staffed and equipped to handle any after-hour emergency. If you have an emergency outside of our regular office hours, we recommend that you contact one of the following emergency centers:

VSS Emergency Center

1021 Howard George Drive
Manchester, Missouri  63125
Phone : (636)227-6100
Fax : (636)527-0812

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Animal Emergency Clinic
9937 Big Bend Road
St. Louis, Missouri  63122
Phone : (314)822-7600

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Signs of an emergency

- Excessive vomiting and/or diarrhea
- Bleeding from any site that won’t stop
- Sudden weakness
- Collapse
- Seizure
- Toxin ingestion (such as: antifreeze, household cleaners, poison, prescription medications). If possible, bring in any packaging from the toxin
- Any unproductive vomiting or retching, especially in medium to large-breed dogs
- A belly that has suddenly gotten large and tense
- Inability or difficulty passing urine or defecating (especially male cats)
- Breathing difficulty
- Wounds that are deep or large- Puppies, kittens and toy breed dogs that aren’t eating or drinking
- Significant trauma, including being hit by a car, jumping from a moving car, bite wounds and punctures, any bite wound to the abdomen