Unsung Heroes: Our Blood Donor Program
If your pet has ever experienced a traumatic injury or severe illness, you know how frightening it can be when their health and life are at risk. Just as in humans, sometimes pets may need a blood transfusion in these scenarios. Our board-certified veterinarians and...
Fourth of July Pet Safety: How to Avoid a Pet Health Emergency
As holidays go, the Fourth of July is often a welcome one. It often means backyard parties, family and friends, fireworks, and celebrating our freedom. Unfortunately, it is also the day when more pets go missing than any other day of the year, and one of the busiest...
Battling Feline Hyperthyroidism: A War We Can Win
If you have a middle-aged or senior cat, your list of worries might be longer than it was a few years ago. Although certain conditions and diseases can find cats of any age, some tend to affect older kitties. Of these, hyperthyroidism is one of the most common. We...
Why Is My Dog Vomiting?
If you’re a dog owner, chances are you’ve had to deal with your canine companion vomiting at some point. Sometimes the reason is simple, such as a “dietary indiscretion” (also known as poor canine judgment) and the condition is short-lived. However, vomiting in dogs...
Ouch! How to Handle Porcupine Quillings
Here’s how to avoid porcupine quillings, and what to do if your dog encounters this slow-moving but dangerous rodent and ends up in a “prickly” situation.
Neurology Spotlight: Seizures in Pets
Seizures are a common neurological problem seen in dogs and, less frequently, in cats. Knowing the cause and what to do if your pet has a seizure can make the situation a bit less stressful.
Fenberry’s Collaborative Care Success Story
Fenberry is not a cat, but she seems to be on her way to claiming nine lives, thanks to the team at BEVS. This 6-year-old Australian Shepherd’s first brush with disaster was back in July 2019, when she suffered a near-drowning event. Her owner Maureen, a human nurse,...
Ice, Snow & Skis: Winter Pet Safety
Whether your pet loves the cold and snow or prefers to snuggle up by the fire, cold weather safety is crucial to the comfort and health of your pet and to avoid a trip to our emergency room.
How to Keep Pets Safe During the Holiday Season
We know you want to spend your holidays making joyful memories, not in an animal hospital emergency room worrying about your beloved fur baby. In light of that, we thought we’d do our part to help you keep your pets safe this and every holiday season. Read on for our...
Neurology Is Now Available at BEVS
We are excited to announce that we have added Neurology to our stable of specialties to better serve you and your beloved pets.