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Donald H. DeForge

After graduating from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine, Dr. DeForge developed a special interest in oral care. In 1996, he was…

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Who We Are

East End Veterinary Emergency and Specialty Center (EEVESC) is a specialized emergency, critical care and referral facility for dogs, cats and exotic pets. We offer emergency treatment 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. During the day, the hospital also functions as a referral hospital where your pet may receive treatment from one of our veterinary specialists, as referred by your veterinarian.

Emergency Service

EEVESC is a fully-staffed 24 hour emergency and critical care facility. When you and your pet arrive, your pet is immediately triaged by our team of emergency room doctors and trained licensed veterinary technicians. An emergency veterinarian is on staff 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. We work in close cooperation with your regular veterinarian to assure your pet receives the comprehensive medical support it deserves.

Specialty Services

Just as your physician may suggest that you see a specialist, your veterinarian may also recommend that your pet see a veterinary specialist. The veterinary specialists and staff at East End Veterinary Emergency and Specialty Center are dedicated to providing clients and patients with the highest quality veterinary specialty and emergency services.

At East End Veterinary Emergency & Specialty Center, helping our patients is not only our mission statement, but our absolute pleasure.

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We are excited to share some amazing feedback from a former client Randy Handwerger with Randy Productions/ S.S. Aqua Dog, as well as her initiative to raise awareness for pet blood donations. Blood donations saved her dog's life and they could save your pet’s life as well! See below:

To all my animal lovers!

This time last year my 6-year-old dog named Splash (now 7) had Mesenteric Volvulus. This is an uncommon but severe condition where the intestines twist at the root from where they are attached to the body; stopping the blood supply to the entirety of the small intestines, which can be fatal for dogs. Veterinary literature reports anywhere from a 58-100% mortality rate, with most reports being closer to 100%.

After 2 successful surgeries with East End Veterinary and Emergency Specialty Center doctors, our girl luckily and thankfully came home on June 24th, 2016.

In honor of her life being saved, and with the help of multiple blood transfusions from donor dogs, I want to pay it forward and spread the word about pet blood donations.

Please look into the cat and dog blood donor info below to see if your pet may qualify. This will help Splash & I pay it forward! You can also share this post and spread the word! Hopefully we can save more pets like Splash through blood donations!

http://pet-er.com/our-clients/blood-donor-program/
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2 days ago  ·  

”Abby” is a Sphynx cat that came in with facial swelling and a lot of mouth pain. After a dental procedure with our wonderful surgery dept and Dr. Rosemary Lombardi, you can see she is once again a purring, happy girl who is loving every minute of being all better! We are so glad that your pain is gone Abby! ... See MoreSee Less

6 days ago  ·  

Lola is a 9-year-old Maltese who suffered a head trauma and a skull fracture, resulting in loss of mobility in all four legs. Once stabilized by our ICU doctors, she was transferred to our physical rehabilitation department. Thanks to her hard work and rehabilitation exercises, she has started to make some progress with her fore legs. In order to protect her head while her skull fractures are healing, Lola was fitted with a Mrs. Potato Head helmet; the perfect size! Keep up the great work Lola! ... See MoreSee Less

7 days ago  ·  

Take a look at this adorable stray kitten that we have spending quality bonding time with Dr. Fried, one of our ICU doctors. As you can see both are very happy! Happy Friday Everyone! ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago  ·