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  • Halloween pet safety

Tips for Keeping Your Pets Safe on Halloween

As Halloween approaches, people all over the country are decorating and preparing for this spooky holiday. While humans have a great time celebrating Halloween, for some pet owners, the fun can quickly turn to tragedy. Halloween pet safety is an often-overlooked aspect of the holiday season, and AVES has a few Halloween pet safety tips [...]

  • canine cancer

What Are the Symptoms of Canine and Feline Cancers?

Owning a pet is a huge responsibility. Part of that responsibility is caring for your dog or cat when they are unwell. Unfortunately, some of the symptoms of cancer often appear to be other illnesses or are hard to spot. AVES wants all pet owners to know common symptoms of cancer so that these pets [...]

  • heartworm disease

What is Heartworm Disease and How Can You Protect Your Pet?

Heartworm disease is something that is very common in Texas, but many pet owners don’t really know much about it. AVES wants pet owners to understand better the dangers associated with heartworm disease and teach them how to keep their pets protected. What is Heartworm Disease? Heartworm disease is caused by a pesky parasite called [...]

  • pet bladder stones

Bladder Stones in Dogs and Cats – What You Need to Know

Bladder stones are a common, very painful condition in humans, but did you know that dogs and cats can get bladder stones too? At Austin Veterinary Emergency and Specialty (AVES), we diagnose cases of bladder stones in pets frequently. In addition, AVES wants pet owners to know the common warning signs and how bladder stones [...]

  • sago palm

Sago Palm Toxicity in Dogs

As a pet owner, it is important to know about the dangers around your animals. While some of these dangers are obvious, such as bleach and other household cleaners, others will probably surprise you. Some of the most surprising hazards for pets are plants, and this includes the sago palm, a deadly local plant. Austin [...]

May 6 – 2018 AVES DVM CE Symposium

What is the AVES CE Symposium? Education is one of the founding principles of Austin Veterinary Emergency & Specialty Center. We believe in not only providing diverse and intensive continuing education opportunities for our staff and doctors, but also for the general practitioners in the Austin and surrounding areas. Part of carrying out that vision is our [...]

  • emergency veterinarian

Signs that Your Family Pet May Need an Emergency Trip to the Veterinarian

Due to the language barrier between humans and their pets, it is often difficult for many owners to know when something is wrong with their beloved pet. When your pet starts acting strangely or suffers an injury, it can be challenging to decide if you should seek care immediately by an emergency veterinarian or wait [...]

August 14 – CAVMA CE Lecture with Dr. Patrick Moyle

Dr. Patrick Moyle from our Internal Medicine department will be presenting at CAVMA's meeting on Tuesday, August 14 at 7pm. The topic will be Symmetric Dimethylarginine (SDMA) - What is it and How Can it Help?  This lecture will review the renal function test SDMA.  From there, the lecture will cover the most recent literature on [...]

March 13 – CAVMA CE Lecture with Dr. Davy-Moyle

AVES Criticalist, Rachel Davy-Moyle, DVM, DACVECC, will be presenting at CAVMA's meeting on Tuesday, March 13 at 7 pm. The topic will be Updates on Management of Feline Urethral Obstructions This lecture will review tips and tricks to help you manage a blocked cat, covering the latest research on management of this condition. Types of urinary [...]

Review of Acute Thoracolumbar Intervertebral Disc Extrusions in Dogs

AVES Neurologist will speak at CAVMA, 11/14


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