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Pet Treatment for Injuries

At LocalVet Urgent Care in Fayetteville, AR, we understand that pets can sometimes experience injuries that require immediate attention.

Pet Treatment for Injuries in Fayetteville, AR

Our experienced veterinarians are here to provide compassionate and effective treatment for a wide range of injuries, ensuring that your pet receives the care they need to recover quickly and comfortably.

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Comprehensive Care for Your Pet

Accidents and injuries can happen to pets, just as they can to humans. At LocalVet Urgent Care in Fayetteville, AR, we understand the importance of prompt and effective treatment for pet injuries.

When your pet is injured, seeking prompt veterinary care is essential to prevent further complications and ensure a speedy recovery. Our veterinarians are trained to diagnose and treat a variety of injuries, including bite wounds, lacerations, limping, back or neck pain, wounds, and abscesses.

The Injuries We Treat

Bite Wounds

Bite wounds are common in pets, especially those that have been in fights with other animals. If not treated promptly, these wounds can become infected, so it’s important to seek veterinary care if your pet has been bitten.


Lacerations, or cuts, can occur in pets due to accidents or trauma. These wounds may require stitches or other forms of treatment to heal properly and prevent infection.


Limping can be a sign of a musculoskeletal injury or other underlying health issue. Our veterinarians can evaluate your pet’s condition and recommend appropriate treatment to address the underlying cause of their limping.

Back or Neck Pain

Back or neck pain in pets can be caused by various issues, including injury, arthritis, or disc disease. Our veterinarians can perform a thorough examination to determine the cause of your pet’s pain and recommend a treatment plan to help them feel better.

Wounds and Abscesses

Wounds and abscesses can occur in pets for various reasons, including injuries or infections. Our veterinarians can clean and treat these wounds to prevent infection and promote healing.

When to Seek Treatment
If your pet has been injured, it’s important to seek veterinary care if you notice any of the following symptoms:

  • Excessive bleeding
  • Limping or difficulty walking
  • Swelling or bruising
  • Signs of pain or discomfort
  • Wounds that are not healing

At LocalVet Urgent Care in Fayetteville, AR, we are dedicated to providing compassionate and effective treatment for pets with injuries. Contact us today to schedule an appointment for your pet. We are here to help your pet recover quickly and comfortably.