Watch this video to learn what to expect during an emergency visit to AERC.
Want to know what goes on behind the scenes? This video will show you! Filmed by Dr. Alex Molldrem.
One of our emergency veterinary technicians explains how to trim your dog's toenails, including what supplies are needed, and what to do if you trim the toenail too short. Filmed by Heidi Brenegan.
Diabetes is a disease that can be diagnosed in cats. Our Board-Certified Criticalist and Toxicologist, Dr. Justine Lee, explains what diabetes is and the signs to look for if you think your cat may have diabetes.
feline lower urinary tract disease in cats
This puppy ingested a medication called Baclofen that is used to treat Multiple Sclerosis. Filmed by Dr. Alex Molldrem.
If your pet suffers from a chronic condition that just won't go away, ask your family veterinarian if a referral to our Internal Medicine Department might be the next step. Filmed by Dr. Alex Molldrem.
AERC offers veterinary dentistry services with Dr. Elizabeth Brine, DAVDC. Watch and learn more! Filmed by Dr. Alex Molldrem.
Does your pet have back pain, seizures, or vestibular disease? Ask your family veterinarian if a referral to our Neurology Department might be in order. Filmed by Heidi Brenegan.
Bringing your pet to the emergency clinic can be very scary, stressful, inconvenient, and expensive. While an emergency visit is unavoidable, there are many ways to prevent an emergency in the future, as well as ways to prepare for an emergency...
At AERC, we recognize that the need for quality care doesn’t stop outside our walls. That’s why we want to provide our clients with tools and information that they can use both before and after their clinic visit.