MedVet Chicago becomes eighth Level I Veterinary Trauma Center

MedVet Chicago joins an elite group as the eighth hospital internationally to be certified by the American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care (ACVECC) Board of Regents and Veterinary Committee on Trauma (VetCOT) as an official Level I Veterinary Trauma Center (VTC) and the only Level 1 VTC in Chicago. Hospitals receiving this unique distinction undergo an intensive application and verification process that requires the availability of board-certified specialists for consultation seven…

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MedVet Expands Emergency Services to Mahoning Valley in Northeast Ohio

MedVet Medical & Cancer Centers for Pets is pleased to announce its expansion into Mahoning Valley in northeast Ohio with the addition of the After Hours Animal Emergency Clinic which is now called MedVet Mahoning Valley.  This partnership will provide local veterinarians continued support and access to emergency veterinary care in the greater Mahoning Valley community. “We are very excited to be expanding in the Mahoning Valley community,” said MedVet President, Dr. Eric…

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MedVet Expands Emergency Veterinary Care to Dallas

Dallas, Texas: December 14th, 2016. MedVet Medical & Cancer Centers for Pets is pleased to announce its expansion into Texas with the addition of Emergency Animal Clinic, Inc. which includes three emergency veterinary hospitals in the greater Dallas area. As of today, each location will become part of the MedVet family of hospitals and renamed as follows: the Greenville location is now MedVet Dallas, the Richardson location is now MedVet Richardson, and the Uptown Dallas…

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MedVet Medical & Cancer Centers for Pets Announces New Mobile Friendly Web Site

Columbus, Ohio: December 11th, 2016. MedVet Medical & Cancer Centers for Pets announces the re-launch of the organization’s website at www.medvetforpets.com as the preeminent source for access to veterinary emergency and specialty services to their network of 12 hospitals. The objectives of the new website are to integrate all locations while providing an easy location finder, to create an enhanced presence on the Internet for MedVet’s 24/7 emergency service and full complement of veterinary…

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MedVet Dayton Breaks Ground for New Hospital

Moraine, Ohio—MedVet Medical & Cancer Centers for Pets, a leader in veterinary specialty healthcare, broke ground this week for expansion of the Dayton, Ohio hospital.  Construction of a 19,000 square foot state-of-the-art veterinary hospital at their existing site at 2714 Springboro West, Moraine, OH is underway. The company’s commitment of $3.6 million will change many existing part-time jobs to full-time positions and add 15 new full-time jobs and expand current veterinary services to the…

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MedVet Medical & Cancer Centers for Pets Reports an Increase in Pet Owners Seeking Holistic Care for their Pets

The number of Americans seeking holistic care for their pets is on the rise as more people recognize the importance of whole pet health care. With August 30 being National Holistic Pet Day, many owners are considering if holistic pet care is right for their dogs or cats. Holistic pet care takes into account the entire pet, including personality and environment, in addition to any physical symptoms. According to Susan Wagner, DVM, MS, DACVIM (Neurology), an…

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MedVet Veterinarians Alert Pet Owners: Extreme Heat Can Be Deadly

The Emergency Medicine veterinarians at MedVet Medical & Cancer Centers for Pets remind pet owners to take precautions for their pets during the extreme heat. Each year, MedVet treats more than 100,000 dogs and cats. Among them are dozens of animals suffering from heatstroke, a dangerous and sometimes deadly condition. Dogs and cats primarily cool themselves through panting. When the air temperature is high, panting becomes ineffective. The normal body temperature for dogs and cats…

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Cold Weather Pet Safety Tips

Below are tips to protect your pet during this winter’s cold. Freezing Temperatures: If it is too cold for you to be outside, it is too cold for you pet. Be mindful of the amount of time your pet spends outside during the cold win¬ter months. Exposure to freezing temperatures can lead to frostbite and hypothermia, even after a short period of time. Provide small dogs or those with thin hair a coat or…

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