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We treat your sick or injured pet with the loving care every family member deserves—any time of day, every day of the year. We are a VECCS Level 1 facilitiy.

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Tibial Plateau Leveling Osteotomy for Cranial Cruciate Ligament Disease in Dogs

06/17/2020

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Avets is now AAHA-accredited

02/28/2020

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2 days ago

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Rennie is a sweet patient of ours who was initially treated in our ER and then by our Internal Medicine service, seeing both Dr. Tam and Dr. Geesaman.

Rennie's mom, Stacey, posted a wonderful update this week: "Rennie is all done with his 5 months of chemo and still acting like a puppy💕! Wearing his 'Avets loves me' bandana!"

Photo courtesy of: Stacey Lyn Boutique Photography, LLC. ...

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4 days ago

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Happy Independence Day! 🎆

If you should experience a pet emergency over the holiday weekend, our ER is open 24/7: 412-373-4200. ...

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6 days ago

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Independence Day is almost here! We have prepared a few pet safety tips for you to check out this week ahead of the holiday.

Tip #3: Keep dogs on a leash at all times and make sure they wear identification. For their safety, dogs should be on a short but comfortable leash at all times. Even the best-behaved dogs can get distracted during social gatherings and wander off or jump up on grills and food tables. Fireworks and other loud noises may also cause a nervous pet to run and hide. ...

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6 days ago

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Independence Day is almost here! We have prepared a few pet safety tips for you to check out this week ahead of the holiday.

Tip #2: Avoid feeding your pet human food. Human foods have the
potential to cause your dog to become sick and require medical
attention. Be aware of:
❌ Barbecued meats with bones, skin, or rubs containing garlic or onion
❌ Chocolate
❌ Any foods containing Xylitol (artificial sweetener), including gum and candy
❌ Melon rinds, grapes, fruit with pits (ex. peaches)
❌ Alcohol ...

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1 week ago

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Independence Day is almost here! We have prepared a few pet safety tips for you to check out this week ahead of the holiday.

Tip #1: Keep pets that are sensitive to loud noises and flashes of light away from windows. Play soothing music, or other continuous white noise, throughout the house to help drown out the sound of fireworks.
Prevent burns by keeping pets away from fire. In addition to the burn risk, certain lit objects are also extremely toxic:
❌Charcoal Grills (including the charcoal, lighter fluid, matches)
❌ Sparklers
❌ Fireworks
❌ Citronella candles ...

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