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When Your Pet Needs It

When a pet is seriously injured or develops a life-threatening disease you need emergency care. Immediate assessment of the injury or illness and quick-response treatment are imperative. Calendar IconSchedule an Appointment

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Felton Veterinary Hospital does its utmost to provide the highest quality emergency care for your pets. If we are unable to provide emergency care we will refer you to a local emergency hospital. Many problems can be solved in one visit to an emergency clinic.

When the problem is serious or life-threatening, critical care skills, equipment, and expertise are brought to bear to protect your pet from further harm. After initial assessment and stabilization, some pets require continued efforts to support them through the course of illness. Those needs can include oxygen delivery, IV fluids, blood or plasma transfusions, surgery, nutritional delivery, pain management, and loving care.

Knowing that your pet is in good hands will also ease your mind while your pet’s health is restored.

5 Factors That Put Your Dog at Risk for Summer Heatstroke

5 Factors That Put Your Dog at Risk for Summer Heatstroke

Many dogs love summer as much as we do, but high temperatures  can present a problem for our canine friends. We talked with Dr. Debbie Mandell, staff veterinarian and adjunct associate professor at the University of Pennsylvania’s Matthew J. Ryan Veterinary Hospital, about what factors can increase your dog’s risk of heat-related injuries and even […]

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Outfox Foxtails – Protecting Your Dog against Foxtails

Outfox Foxtails – Protecting Your Dog against Foxtails

Does your dog hike or run with you in grassy open areas? Or do they love to go sniffing in overgrown areas in your yard or neighborhood?  Uh oh, foxtail season is HERE. Here’s how to recognize, and more importantly, prevent these nasty weeds from hurting your dog. What is a foxtail? A foxtail is […]

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