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(802) 863-2387

The Best Care For Your Best Friend

 

Burlington Emergency & Veterinary Specialists

As Vermont’s only specialty and 24/7 emergency animal hospital, Burlington Emergency & Veterinary Specialists (BEVS) provides a level of care you simply won’t find anyplace else in the state.

From expert emergency and critical care 24 hours a day to advanced veterinary specialty and referral services—including surgery, internal medicine, oncology, rehabilitation, radioiodine therapy, and acupuncture—BEVS animal hospital is a trusted partner not only to you and your pet, but also to the region’s primary care veterinarians.

Our board-certified internal medicine, oncology, and surgery specialists are available by appointment Monday through Friday 8AM–5PM.

Is Your Pet Having a Medical Emergency?

If you are concerned or unsure if your pet needs emergency care, please call us at (802) 863-2387.  If your dog or cat ingested something poisonous please call your veterinarian or Pet Poison Helpline at 800-213-6680 for help immediately!

Gypsy Rose is doing well following your expert treatment on Sunday evening. Yesterday her drain tube was removed by Dr. Carroll at Chelsea Animal Hospital and her recovery appears normal at this point in time. Her sutures are scheduled to be removed on Feb. 18 at 3 PM. Bill and I are so very appreciative of your skills and thoughtful care. Bill found the stick, complete with Gypsy Rose’s fur, in two pieces and it looks like all of the parts were on the ground. Thanks Dr. Banks for your thorough exploratory work. We are grateful that surgery was uncomplicated. Vermont communities are fortunate to have BEVS. Sincerely,

Bill and Cheryl and especially Gypsy Rose and her buddy Tiger Lily

Thank you to the whole team who took care of Ellie!

Just a note to let you know that “Puppy Trenkle” (we hadn’t even had him long enough to name him) is recovering very well from Parvo this week since his discharge from BEVS last Tuesday.  Every day he improves with his appetite, energy, playfulness and stools.  We don’t think he’s completely normal yet, but he continues to make forward progress.  He really likes to bite noses and ears, his appetite is getting really good, he likes to be with his people, that is, if he’s not with his people, he throws quite the tantrum!  He loves playing with his toys and loves to snuggle after a good meal.  And he finally has a name!!  Named after the fearless and noble Jedi Master, Obi-Wan Kenobi, I introduce to you, “Obi”.  Attached are a few pictures.  I’ve said it before but have to say it again.  We would not be with our beloved Obi if it weren’t for your hard work, care, dedication and love.  A million thanks to all of you.

Warm regards,

Zoey Trenkle and Christy Wigant