Pet Cardiology | Toronto Veterinary Emergency Hospital

By: Tveh  09-12-2011
Keywords: alternative therapy, Emergency Hospital, Cruciate Ligament

Pet Cardiology | Toronto Veterinary Emergency Hospital

During the holiday season, the Toronto Veterinary Emergency Hospital will be open 24/7 as usual for all animal emergencies. Our Critical Care Service will also be open 7 days per week throughout the holiday season! Our specialists will be available on-call for your pet emergencies as well.

Toronto Veterinary Emergency Hospital has a critical care specialist on-site accepting referrals 7 days a week for critical pet emergencies.

Toronto Veterinary Emergency Hospital welcomes Dr. Ainsley Boudreau to our Critical Care Team.

TVEH welcomes Dr. Lisa Sepesy to our Internal Medicine Department

Dr. Michael O’Grady has joined the staff at TVEH accepting referrals in Cardiology.

Dr. Tara Edwards has joined the staff at TVEH accepting referrals in physical rehabilitation.

Download our hospital brochure. The Toronto Veterinary Emergency Hospital is a Specialty and 24 hour Emergency Animal Clinic.

The CUE (Canine Unicompartmental Elbow) Arthroplasty System is a new partial elbow replacement technique designed to provide a surgical treatment option for arthritis of the elbow in dogs. 

This article reviews some of the clinical signs and treatments used to manage heatstroke patients in emergency hospitals.

TVEH is offering ACP (platelet rich plasma) therapy for certain muscle and tendon injuries as well as for adjunct or alternative therapy for numerous canine orthopedic conditions. PRP is known to induce proliferation and differentiation of various cell types including stem cell, osteoblast and epidermal cells.

Hyperadrenocorticism, or Cushing’s disease, is one of the most common endocrinopathies in dogs. This communication discusses the use of Trilostane for the treatment of Cushing’s Disease.

TVEH offers the Arthrex TightRope Procedure as well as Lateral Suture Stabilization and TPLO for stabilization of cranial cruciate ligament ruptures.

Keywords: alternative therapy, Cranial Cruciate, Cranial Cruciate Ligament, Cruciate Ligament, Emergency Hospital, Tendon Injuries, Veterinary Emergency Hospital,

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Animal Rehab Service | Toronto Veterinary Emergency Hospital

If you have any questions regarding the rehabilitation service, please do not hesitate to contact Dr. Tara Edwards at 416-247- VETS. Provides pain relief, reduces inflammation, aids in tissue repair (wound management) and stimulates acupuncture points. Improve outcome by reducing pain, maintaining joint health, and providing multi-modal arthritis treatment. Cruciates, fractures, and femoral head ostectomies.