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What to Do if Your Dog is Hit By a Car- 6 Things to Remember
Today we want to talk about an issue that unfortunately has been a reality since cars were first invented. What do you do if your dog were hit by a car?
Mycotoxicosis – What Is It? How Does It Occur? How Do We Prevent It?
Today we want to help WNY pet owners understand what Mycotoxicosis is, how it occurs, and how you can help to prevent it from occurring.
Learning About Healthy Pet Living – 3 Common Dog Breeds and What to Look Out For
Today we wanted to shed a bit more light on common ailments dogs may face, to help readers understand differences between breeds.
Pets Need Blood Too – 3 Ways Donated Blood Can Help Save an Animal (or 3)
Donating blood can help save the lives of other pets in an emergency situation. VEC is here to help you learn how.
Common Winter Dangers for Doggos
Keeping a dog safe is an owner’s responsibility. Let’s take a look at what to look out for to protect your dogs during WNY Winter!
Things to Consider for Pets During a Power Outage
Today we wanted to raise a few things to consider as a responsible pet owner if and when you experience an extended power outage.
Pet Emergency Prevention: Four Simple Things You Can Do to Keep WNY Cats Safe This Winter
Here are a few high-level things to consider for outdoor cats during (normal WNY) winter days.
A Long Road to WNY – The Veterinary Journey of Dr. Spielvogel
Let’s take you through Dr. Spielvogel’s remarkable winding trek from summer volunteering as a youngster, to the professional Emergency Vet he is today!
CareCredit for Pets – What You Need to Know & Why It’s Helpful for Pet Owners
Let’s take a few minutes to learn about CareCredit, and how it could be a huge help to any WNY pet owner.
Barking Up the Wrong Tree – Holiday Season Safety Tips for WNY Pet Owners
As we look forward to winter we wanted to talk today about Christmas and the risks that come along with this time of the year for pets.
8 Most Common Dog Poisons – Pet Emergency Prevention
When a poisonous substance is eaten by your pet, it’s imperative that you call the pet poison hotline at 1-800-213-6680 so they can assess the immediate actions needed.
Thankful for Our Buddies – Safety Tips for Pets This Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving is a wonderful time of year, so let’s keep it that way and ensure no pet owners make any of these mistakes this November!
Itchy Stitchy – 6 Things to Remember After a Cat Surgery
There are many reasons why a kitty cat may need surgery, but if you do find yourself caring for a cat’s stitches, here are 6 things to remember.
Harvesting Hope for a Safe Fall for Pets of WNY
The weather is changing in WNY. What better time to talk about potential pet dangers that the fall season can bring?
Dr. Capobianco’s Trip to India
Today we wanted to help demonstrate the passion, care, and commitment to animals that our team takes pride in, by doing a little Q&A with Dr. Capobianco, who recently took a trip to India to help vets and animals overseas.
A Lifetime of Love – Sources of Support for Pet Loss
Today on the blog we wanted to touch on a few organizations around WNY that offer a helping hand to those who lose their pet.
Ruff-n-Rumble – What to Expect During and After a Dog Fight Emergency
As an emergency vet based here in Buffalo NY, we can be available if your regular vet isn’t.
Here are 3 things to think about if your dog unfortunately does get in a fight with another dog.
My Dog Had a Seizure, What Do I Do Next?
We know as pet parents that few things are as alarming and startling as your dog having a seizure. We can feel helpless, but there are steps to take that will help your dog recover safely.