Animal hospital plans move, expansion

By Jason Starr Observer staff Vermont’s only 24-hour animal hospital will triple in size and move to Marshall Avenue under a plan the Williston Development Review Board approved in concept last week. Burlington Emergency & Veterinary Specialists — BEVS — is currently located in a 5,000-square-foot building at 200 Commerce Street in Williston. Owners have […]

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Radio Interview with Bruce and Hobbes 92.1 WVTK

Our Hospital Administrator, Whitney was fortunate enough to be interviewed by Bruce and Hobbes on WVTK. Listen to the interview about BEVS, you’ll get some great info on the hospital and how to find us in a pinch! The interview aired on Thursday, April 20th, 2017.                

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Meow’s Radioactive Iodine Experience

“Meow”, a stunning 16 year-old feline, was not feeling her best—she had been progressively losing weight despite an increased appetite, urinating and drinking more than normal, and having intermittent vomiting. Once blood work was completed at her veterinarian office, it was determined “Meow” had hyperthyroidism–a condition in which the thyroid gland makes too much thyroid […]

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Cleo’s Case

  A 16-year-old female spayed domestic short-haired cat weighing 6.3kg was evaluated for decreased appetite, hind limb weakness and vomiting. She had been seen by her family veterinarian 3 days prior to presentation to BEVS for “landing hard” after jumping down from the counter.  Significant findings on physical examination consisted of severe ventral neck flexion […]

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Joey’s Story

Joey’s owners were worried.  After having been sprayed by a skunk directly in the face a few days before, this 4 year old Chihuahua mix had never returned to his happy old self.  His skin looked yellow, his gums were very pale, and he was passing dark orange urine.  They brought him to the Burlington […]

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