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Labor Day Weekend is almost here – time for one last summer road trip!

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Any time your furry family member needs emergency medical attention it can be overwhelming – from worrying about the severity of the injury or illness to finding a reputable hospital that can provide outstanding care. Take comfort in knowing that when minutes count, you can count on The COVE any time day or night.

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Here at The COVE, we want to ensure you and your furry family members have a fun and safe 4th of July. Watch the below video for important safety tips and have an emergency room free holiday.

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As a 24-hour emergency and specialty veterinary hospital, our primary purpose is to deliver advanced care for pets and their families whenever it is needed, day or night. Our emergency department often treats pets whose lives depend on immediate medical and critical care. Freyja, a sweet two-year-old lab mix was one of those patients.

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Dogs and cats have to pant to cool their body, which is not as efficient as sweating and places pets at a higher risk for heat stroke, particularly when external temperatures are not much cooler than your pet’s body temperature.

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Spring has sprung. The days are long, the grass is green, the flowers have bloomed, and for many of us, the sneezing has begun. You may be surprised to know that it’s not just humans that suffer from allergies but animals too. Yes, cats and dogs can also experience allergic reactions. \=-p0o9t

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A common reason pets visit the ER is difficulty breathing. This can be a symptom of several different diseases including brachycephalic obstructive airway syndrome (BOAS).

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Emergency treatment and first aid for pets should never be used as a substitute for veterinary care. However, it may save your pet's life before you can get your pet to a doctor. In support of Pet First Aid Awareness Month, here are our basic first aid recommendations.

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It’s National Expanding Girls’ Horizons in Science and Engineering Month and a perfect time to talk about the rise of women in veterinary medicine and the steps it takes to become a veterinarian.

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Our beloved dogs and cats can be poisoned by a vast array of things around our homes—including human foods, plants, and many other items. Poisoning is life-threatening and requires immediate treatment. But the best approach is to prevent poisonings from occurring in the first place.

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