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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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A few weeks ago when the snow storm hit, Diesel happened to be staying at Chateau Des Paws, our pet hotel and daycare. Unfortunately, the snow caused his parents a delay in picking him up, so we all had a fun snow day with him! We had a photoshoot and played lots of fetch. Here is Diesel after a tiring, fun-filled day! What do you do with your pet when it snows? ... See MoreSee Less

4 days ago  ·  

We wanted to update everyone about Toby, the little pup who was involved in a car accident that we posted about back in June. He still visits us for Physical Rehabilitation to continue strengthening his injured muscles and joints and is doing great! Here he is saying "hello" to everyone on Facebook during one of his workouts. We are so proud of how far you've come Toby! ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago  ·  

Below is a Wood Duck that was found unable to stand. With a bit of medical attention for dehydration and malnutrition (we hand fed him some yummy warm blended food) he left for Wild Life Rehab this morning! Feel better little guy! ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago  ·