Our hospital is always open in your time of need. No appointment is needed to see one of our friendly veterinarians 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, 365 days per year.
Veterinary Emergency Transport has been providing 24 hour rapid veterinary emergency care since 2001. As a registered Massachusetts ambulance, our primary unit can respond in Code-3 mode in the same way as “human” ambulances.
This mobile ICU is equipped with a GPS navigation system, closed-circuit video monitoring system, electrical inverter, suction unit, IV pumps, infusion warmer, cardiac/respiratory arrest support and an oxygen cage with more than one-hundred hours of constant oxygen delivery. When fully stocked with life-saving monitoring devices and pharmaceuticals, the V.E.T. ambulance is be better equipped than many human ambulances.
With the addition of their Equine Rescue Unit (ERU), V.E.T ambulance is now able to respond to equine and other large animal emergencies. The ERU, which is easily towed behind our primary ambulance, is equally well-equipped with the above life-saving measures as well as refluxing equipment, manual & motorized winches and other rescue equipment for “down” animal rescues.
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We are proud to have Dr. Dan Hecht, a board-certified emergency and critical care specialist, oversee the Intensive Care Unit (ICU). This center for advanced care is staffed with experienced specialists, veterinarians, and nurses around-the-clock. Should your pet require 24 hour hospitalization, we’re there to help you.
All of our specialists and veterinarians are skilled in general emergency surgery. Emergency surgical conditions include gastric dilitiation-volvulus (“Bloat”), intestinal obstruction, internal bleeding, foreign material removal, or lacerations.
We are proud to offer the expert surgical services of Dr. Reese. Her diverse range of surgical skills include orthopedics, soft tissue surgery, neurosurgery, thoracic surgery, and minimally-invasive surgery.
Abdominal ultrasounds, echocardiograms, fluoroscopy and endoscopic procedures are just a few of the advanced diagnostic tools available to you and your family veterinarian. As an extension of your family veterinarian’s hospital, you may be asked to bring your pet here for one of these diagnostics. Once completed, the results will forward to your family veterinarian to formulate a treatment plan.
In addition to echocardiograms, we can perform electrocardiograms (EKG), and Holter monitor testing. Vascular and cardiac procedures are assisted by our fluoroscopy unit. Once our specialists can pinpoint the nature of the heart condition, we can formulate a specific plan to treat the condition.
As members of the only private veterinary oncology care center in New England, we, at NEVOG, are committed to providing exemplary, comprehensive cancer care and treatment for our patients, and the utmost care and compassion for the family members who love them.
An educational resource as well as oncology center, we seek to extend our outreach and share information both with clients and with the community of primary veterinarians that is typically the first point of contact for pet owners at the difficult time of diagnosis.
With documented incidents of animal cancer on the rise, and medicine, technology, clinical trials and treatment methods constantly evolving to meet the needs of cancer patients, NEVOG focuses on providing the most advanced equipment and treatment options, but without compromising the personal relationship that is integral to both patient and client well-being. Our dedicated team of board certified oncologists, residents, veterinary technicians and support staff is dedicated to ensuring that the often challenging journey through decision-making, treatment, and beyond is as informed as possible, and that clients and patients are treated with the utmost respect and consideration at all times.
In this manner, we seek to foster an environment of hope and healing, anticipating a future where all creatures, animal and human, will live pain-free, dignified lives.
Our specialists work with your family veterinarian in the medical management of single, or multiple, complicated disease processes. Since an ultrasound provides key insight to the size, shape, and architecture of an organ, consultations are often performed in conjunction with an abdominal ultrasound.