Due to circumstances beyond our control, our ER will be closed on some nights though we're doing our best to remedy the situation.
Every owner should be extra attuned to their pets during the hot summer months. Heat stroke is a very serious matter and a prompt response can often be the difference between life and death.
Some of the more frequent emergencies that present to our Critical Care and Emergency services are dogs and cats that have ingested things they shouldn’t have. But should you induce vomiting?
The demands on our emergency services have increased and we recognized that we had outgrown our current space. So on September 10, we started construction on our new state-of-the-art ICU, which will bring more space and more equipment to monitor and care for our patients!
It's time to celebrate Independence Day, but your pets may need a little extra consideration, especially once the fireworks start.
Heat stroke can have rapid onset and is a life-threatening issue for the canine patient. Any dog left in a closed-windowed car on a hot day, for example, can develop life-threatening hyperthermia in a matter of minutes. Learn to recognize the signs that your dog is at risk.