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We’re Open 24/7– Facing COVID-19 Together

We’re Open 24/7– Facing COVID-19 Together

Caring for the Most Critical Patients First Here at Burlington Emergency & Veterinary Specialists, we are experiencing a high demand for emergency veterinary services. Therefore, we have implemented our new triage priority levels (below) to care for the most...

Disaster Preparedness for Pets

Disaster Preparedness for Pets

Each May, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) uses National Animal Disaster Preparedness Day to help educate pet parents on the importance of planning for emergencies that might impact four-legged family members.

When Your Pet Needs Surgery

When Your Pet Needs Surgery

Veterinary surgical care is extremely advanced, meaning many of the same procedures that you might find in human medicine are available for furry friends, and many are minimally invasive, allowing pets to recover more quickly.

Sink Your Teeth Into Pet Dental Health Month

Sink Your Teeth Into Pet Dental Health Month

February is National Pet Dental Health Month, created by the American Veterinary Medical Association to educate pet parents about the importance of taking good care of their pets’ teeth and mouths. Unfortunately, dental issues are quite common in dogs and cats....

Do Dogs Feel Sadness?

Do Dogs Feel Sadness?

If asked, most dog owners would say that their pets exhibit emotions. Happy, excited, angry, sad—you name it. But are these emotions genuine, or are they simply humans projecting onto our pets? When it comes to whether or not a dog can feel sadness, the answer is both...

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