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!

I wanted to send everyone at BEVS an email to let you know how grateful my fiancé and I are for everyone that participated in saving our little Ciel’s life.

We brought her in a couple of months ago after she was attacked by one of our other dogs and seemed to be in not-so-good shape. After spending the night for observation, her health seemed to worsen when everyone was hoping she would be good to go the next day. It seemed as though anything that could go wrong with her health did because of the trauma she suffered to her neck. She battled with fever, swelling, not being able to eat, low white blood cell count, and finally pneumonia in both lungs. As the days went on we became more and more terrified that we were going to lose her. We stayed up for days just holding onto every bit of hope we had so that our little Ciel could come home. After the 3rd night of her observation & treatment, she finally started to eat food again little by little and her attitude started getting better as well. After walking on eggshells for days, not sure, if she was going to make it, there was finally light at the end of the tunnel. On the morning of the fifth day, we were able to bring her home. She was not up to 100% yet, but she battled a lot while she was in the hospital. After many days of close observation, handling her with gloves, and giving her the prescribed medication, she was back to herself in no time.

I cannot say thank you enough to Josie Mallinckrodt, Tom Hecimovich, and all the staff that watched over our baby while she was there. You see, we do not have any children. Our dogs are our kids, so you can imagine how painful it was for us to be unsure if our Ciel was going to make it.

We are so grateful for everyone who helped bring our Ciel home.

Fondly,

The Ashline’s

“It was a total surprise to leave BEVS without Zeke; however, we could not have asked for a better experience. Dr. Halpin’s honesty regarding the effectiveness of care in Zeke’s situation was greatly appreciated, and we had plenty of time to say good-bye. This was especially helpful to our young daughter who needed to go through a more extensive grieving process. My husband just handed me a beautiful box and it took me a while to realize it was Zeke’s ashes. What a gorgeous box! We’ve always had to wander downtown Burlington for hours to find something as nice..not a fun experience. This was a very nice service!”

 

Tricia - So. Burlington

Thank you for saving my life this week and for phoning yesterday to see how I was doing. You were a real angel to me. I’m looking forward to many more years of a happy life, thanks to your care. Gratefully, 

Molly White