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Leo

Leo rang in the New Year at our hospital and had an unbelievable recovery journey, so we couldn’t think of a better patient to be our January Patient of the Month!

Leo

Leo was taken to Foothills Animal Hospital for severe vomiting. After stabilization and bloodwork, he was transferred to our hospital for further assessment.

Simon

On Friday, Simon presented with a urinary obstruction to Francis Veterinary Hospital. Francis Vet treated the block and transferred him over to our 24/7 emergency staff for continued supportive care through the weekend. If Simon does well today, he can go home. If he re-obstructs today, since he has a history of blockages, Francis Vet will perform a PU (reconstruction of the urethra) surgery tomorrow morning which should help prevent further urinary blockages in the future.

Mochi

On Monday, Mochi twisted and fractured his leg suddenly and was stabilized and diagnosed at Animal Urgent Care. His family came to us after they placed a splint and recommended him to EVS for evaluation for surgery.

Hazel Basil

Hazel Basil came into our emergency hospital yesterday to get a cut stitched up and got a cool Crocodile bandaid in the process! We’re open 24/7 for all of your animal emergencies.

Flanders

We had a few friendly neighbors come into our ER yesterday, Flanders and his owners, to find out why Flanders wasn’t walking on his own. After an examination, Dr. Grimshaw found that he had a torn ligament, so we’ll be seeing these two again soon for surgery. Here are photos from an echo today to evaluate Flanders’ heart murmur and see if his heart is ready for surgery.