Want to know what goes on behind the scenes? This video will show you! Filmed by Dr. Alex Molldrem.Read More
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.Read More
If your cat has been diagnosed with hyperthyroidism at your family veterinarian, he or she might be a candidate for treatment at our I-131 Treatment Facility for Hyperthyroid Cats. Watch this video to learn more!Read More
Watch our rehabilitation tech, John Nielsen, in action with his patients, and hear more about rehabilitation and conditioning. Filmed by Dr. Alex Molldrem.Read More
AERC offers veterinary dentistry services with Dr. Elizabeth Brine, DAVDC. Watch and learn more! Filmed by Dr. Alex Molldrem.Read More
Does your pet scratch, have smelly ears, or have skin problems that just won't go away? Watch this video to see if a referral to a veterinary dermatologist might be right for you and your pet! Filmed by Dr. Alex Molldrem.Read More
Has your dog ever eaten chocolate? This dog ate four Christmas stockings full of it! Filmed by Dr. Alex Molldrem.Read More
This puppy ingested a medication called Baclofen that is used to treat Multiple Sclerosis. Filmed by Dr. Alex Molldrem.Read More
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.Read More
Lyme disease is a bacterial infection commonly seen in both dogs and people.Dogs living in the Midwest have significant risk of developing Lyme disease. An infected tick is more likely to bite your dog if your dog spends time in the...
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.