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Dental Emergencies—What Pet Owners Need to Know

By |February 27th, 2022|Categories: Pain|

Your pet can experience extreme pain and may have difficulty eating and drinking properly if they are affected by a dental emergency. Our team at Animal Emergency Care explains common veterinary dental emergencies and provides tips to help you protect your pet from these situations. Fractured teeth constitute a dental [...]

8 Tips to Keep Your Cat Cozy

By |February 20th, 2022|Categories: Uncategorized|

If your cat has been curling up on your lap more than usual, they may be trying to tell you they are cold. Cats tend to be more cold-natured than other household members and they enjoy warm cozy places to nap. Our team at Animal Emergency Care wants to help [...]

COVID’s Toll on the Veterinary Industry

By |February 6th, 2022|Categories: Hospital|

COVID has wreaked havoc on the veterinary industry causing veterinary professionals to struggle with staffing shortages, inventory shortages, and an inability to treat the same number of pets as before the pandemic. Our team at Animal Emergency Care wants to explain how COVID has affected veterinary medicine and what this [...]

The Waiting Game: Understanding Veterinary Overload

By |January 30th, 2022|Categories: Hospital|

Responsible pet ownership requires ample time, finances, care, and regular veterinary visits to ensure your furry companion remains healthy and thrives into their grey muzzle years. The veterinary profession has experienced unprecedented demand during the COVID-19 pandemic . The increased workload has resulted in overwhelmed veterinary staff and extended wait [...]

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