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AEHV Remains Open to Provide 24/7 Emergency Care During the COVID-19 Situation

AEHV Remains Open to Provide 24/7 Emergency Care During the COVID-19 Situation

Here at AEHV, we have been monitoring the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic closely and following guidelines from the CDC, state of Florida, and local health organizations. We have implemented new curbside services during this trying time to help keep our staff and clients safe and healthy – all while remaining open so we can continue to…

March is National Poison Prevention Awareness Month – Learn How to Prevent a Pet Poisoning

March is National Poison Prevention Awareness Month – Learn How to Prevent a Pet Poisoning

Pets are curious by nature, so “investigating” a new item is quite normal to them. Unfortunately, some of these items/products may be dangerous – or even fatal. Because of this, National Poison Prevention Awareness Month also focuses on protecting dogs and cats from potential dangers around the home, garage, and yard. Top Pet Poisons Cats…

What Is a Dental Emergency in Pets and How to Avoid Them

What Is a Dental Emergency in Pets and How to Avoid Them

When pet parents think of a veterinary emergency, they often think of difficulty breathing, hit by car, vomiting and diarrhea, or here in Florida, heatstroke. But one of the common causes of emergencies in cats and dogs is often overlooked – and that’s dental emergencies. Just like in our two-legged family members, our four-legged companions’…

Why Your Pet Needs Health Insurance

Why Your Pet Needs Health Insurance

Every January, many of us start the new year with a health insurance plan designed to help us in case of a medical emergency, surgery, or illness. These plans include a number of benefits (and financial protection!) for our two-legged family members – preventive care, prescriptions, emergency room visits, specialist care, you name it. But…

How to Safely Enjoy the Holidays with Your Pets

How to Safely Enjoy the Holidays with Your Pets

The holiday season is a time for celebration, joy, and spending quality time with friends and family members, both two- and four-legged. Unfortunately, this time of year we often see an increase in emergency visits for cats and dogs. So, to ensure that Fluffy is at home with you rather than at the emergency room,…