In Memory of Thea

This month we want to remember Thea who passed away suddenly from dilated cardiomyopathy, most likely caused by a grain free diet. Thea, who would’ve turned 4 years old last week, was a ball of energy and excitement who was obsessed with playing fetch, snuggling her brother, Max, and dressing up for holiday photo shoots.


We got a visit this weekend from our January Patient of the Month, Leo and his owner, Ashley!!


Dr. Lake-Bakaar feeding Mickey who was hospitalized for pancreatitis.


Little Maxwell was getting tired more quickly than his siblings and was found to have a loud heart murmur during his 3-week checkup, so he came into our cardiologist to see if his heart was functioning properly.


Frank was such a sweetie and gave snuggles to the entire team!!


Moshi’s parents were worried about her because she had been having soft stool for the past week and just developed bloody diarrhea, so they brought her into our ER. We took a parvo test right away to make sure she didn’t have a serious virus, which was luckily negative.


The March Patient of the Month is Chai (who has the honor of being our first Cat featured)! He’s had quite a journey since we saw him at the end of February, with a few overnight visits and many checkups. He’s quickly become a regular at EVS and a patient we love seeing every time.


We’re already missing our snuggles with this little fluff that went home yesterday!


Anny was transferred to our cardiologist to evaluate a cough, worsening respiratory effort, and episodes of collapsing. After an echocardiogram, Anny was diagnosed with pulmonary hypertension.

Leila & Pack

Leila came in for her recheck exam following recent hospitalization for heart failure likely caused by grain free diet (Earthborn) and brought the pack (Bentley and TeAti) to get a listen to their hearts!