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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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Raison was presented to our internal medicine department for repeatedly going in and out of his litter box and urinating very small amounts each time. After some diagnostic testing, he was diagnosed with urocystitis, an inflammatory condition in cats (it also occurs commonly in women) that does not have a defined cause, though stress and dehydration seem to play a role. Treatment for Raison was environmental enrichment as well as switching to an all wet food diet. He is doing fantastic today and presents as a healthy recheck. We are so glad you are feeling better Raison! ... See MoreSee Less

2 days ago  ·  

Vanessa was presented to our internal medicine service with Dr. Lauren Sikorski for some instances of falling to the right and a right head tilt. Based on a neurological examination, we diagnosed her with vestibular disease, which can cause these symptoms. A CT scan of her head also revealed bilateral otitis media and interna, which means that some inflammation and infection were present in her ears. We are happy to report that she is currently doing very well on systemic antibiotics! She has made friends with many members of our staff and no one can resist that adorable face! We are so glad that she is feeling better. ... See MoreSee Less

3 days ago  ·  

Budda is excited to see his favorite doctor, Dr. Lombardi, for his Cruciate surgery evaluation. Look at that happy face! You are definitely in good hands, Budda! ... See MoreSee Less

1 week ago  ·  

When what you want is so close, yet so far away! ... See MoreSee Less

Funny Cat !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

1 week ago  ·