If your pet is displaying concerning clinical signs (labored or difficult breathing, collapse or severe weakness, pale/blue/purple tongue or gums, or sudden pain or paralysis in any of the limbs) please contact his/her primary care veterinary clinic or the nearest emergency clinic immediately.
At Gulf Coast Veterinary Cardiology, we will work closely with you and your pet’s primary care veterinary team to provide optimal care for pets with heart disease.
Stable dogs and cats not requiring heavy sedation or anesthesia for evaluation, all diagnostics will be performed at our mobile clinic (see Mobile Clinic Locations). If a patient needs injectable sedation or anesthesia, cardiology diagnostics will be performed at the primary care veterinary clinic. Please contact us before scheduling if you are unsure if your dog or cat will need sedation.