Fourth of July Pet Health and Safety Tips

The Fourth of July often means backyard BBQs, fun with family and friends, and fireworks. Of course, we love to include our pets in celebrations and family time. But for them, these same celebrations may mean stress, fear, an upset tummy, a veterinary emergency, or they may even become lost after escaping from the house […]

Saving the Whole Family: Disaster Preparedness for Pet Owners

Devastating natural and human-made disasters can occur without warning, and can greatly affect our lives. In Florida especially, we are no strangers to hurricanes, floods, and more. You may have thought about what your human family would and should do in the event of a disaster in your area, but have you considered your pets […]

Danger in the Water: Preventing Blue-Green Algae Toxicity in Pets

It may be only April, but warm weather is here – and more is on the way! And if we know anything about Florida pets (and pet parents) it’s that they love to get outside whenever possible. With increased time in and around water, there’s one hazard that we see on the rise at our […]

Welcome! Our New Veterinary Emergency Hospital in DeLand is Finally Open

Here at AEHV, your pets are our priority. The furry family members who brighten your lives deserve the possible best care, which is why our team of experienced emergency veterinarians and professional support team devote their lives to giving them just that. But for a while, we’ve been hearing, both from you and from our […]

The Heart of the Matter: Heart Disease in Pets

February is American Heart Month! Like us, our pets can also experience heart problems, so we thought this was a good time to talk about what pet parents should know about dog and cat heart health. According to the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM), about 10% of dogs and up to 15% of […]

Know Before You Go: What to Expect When Visiting AEHV’s Emergency Room

Any kind of health emergency can be scary, and the same is true when your beloved  pet is experiencing an injury or illness. Anything that adds to the stress and confusion can feel overwhelming—for both you and your pet. To help you in a time of worry, here are some commonly asked questions about emergency […]

Holiday Pet Health and Safety Tips

We’re pretty sure you want to remember your holiday as being full of good times, great food, and happy moments with family and friends – and not as that time you had to take your pet to the emergency room! To keep your holiday season full of cheer (and free of emergencies), we’ve complied some […]