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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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When your pet needs extraordinary care, we’ll be here for you with a wide range of specialty and emergency services.

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01/23/2018

When your pet needs extraordinary care, we’ll be here for you with a wide range of specialty and emergency services.

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Special Delivery!! It's a good thing our Emergency and Critical Care doctors were here to help deliver not one but four hound puppies! As you can see, the puppies are thriving after Janie's C-Section and everyone deserves a big round of APPAWS! ...

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It’s “LOVE YOUR PET” day! Today is a day to give your pets some extra attention and pampering. What do you do to spoil your pets? Comment or share a picture below! ♥️ ...

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Companionship isn't limited to just humans as little Stella came to visit her big brother after his surgery! Max and Stella were adopted together and us witnessing their strong bond was certainly heartwarming. We are glad that our open access has allowed these two to reconnect and help speed up Max's recovery! ...

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Pets are experts at finding and filling any empty spaces in our hearts. Happy Valentines Day from all of us at AVETS ❤️ ...

"Oh look! Here comes my Valentine!" 😂😍

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Meet Joel! Joel was found as a stray in August 2017 and was fortunate to find his way to Animal Advocates- Pittsburgh. He has had chronic ear infections since he was found, along with a polyp in his left ear canal. The polyps had been removed twice before but re-grew. As a result, a total ear canal ablation was performed by our incredible surgeon Dr. Goodrich. This is a surgery where the ear canal is eliminated in order to remove the mass and alleviate the discomfort associated with chronic ear infections. We are happy to report he is doing well thanks to the wonderful efforts of all involved. If you want to contribute towards Joel's surgery expenses or help other pets in need, consider making a donation to animal advocates. ...

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