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Steps to Cool Your Pet during a Heat Exhaustion Episode

Steps to Cool Your Pet during a Heat Exhaustion Episode

While having your furry friend chase balls on a summer day may seem harmless, the unthinkable can happen and your pet can collapse from heat exhaustion. Seemingly fine one moment, your pet appears to overheat in the blink of an eye. Keep calm during this terrifying...

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A Pet-Friendly Fourth of July

A Pet-Friendly Fourth of July

The 4th of July in the pet world has long been a feared holiday, and for a good reason. With super hot weather, explosions going off in the sky, and fire and gastrointestinal hazards around delicious-smelling foods, your four-legged friend can encounter many dangers....

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Cognitive Dysfunction Signs in Pets

Cognitive Dysfunction Signs in Pets

Our pets are more likely to suffer from impaired mental function, similar to elderly people with Alzheimer's or dementia. Cognitive dysfunction is no different as signs become more apparent with age. However, with careful monitoring, early diagnosis, and proper...

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Steps to Desensitizing Your Pet to Fireworks

Steps to Desensitizing Your Pet to Fireworks

It's almost July Fourth! Did last year's loud festivities turn your pet into a nervous wreck? If so, follow our steps below to help desensitize your pet to make everyone happy this firework season. Step 1: Play fireworks music softly for your pet Armed with the...

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How to Safely Hike with Your Pet

How to Safely Hike with Your Pet

With the rising temperatures, you might be itching to go hiking with your pet this season! But before you do so, here are a few tips to keep in mind before going on your long trek.  #1: Carry a pet first aid kit Your pet may run afoul of briars or sharp rocks when the...

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Does Your Dog Have Anxiety?

Does Your Dog Have Anxiety?

It's pretty easy to tell when your pet is in a great mood. They'll be wagging their tails with excitement, zooming back and forth down the hall at Mach speed. But how can we tell when they're feeling anxious? Our team at the Animal Emergency Hospital wants to help you...

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8 Situations Your Pet Needs Emergency Care

8 Situations Your Pet Needs Emergency Care

When your pet is ill or injured, you probably spring into a panic, thinking your four-legged friend is in dire need of veterinary care. However, while some scenarios are true emergencies, not all medical conditions need immediate treatment and can wait until the next...

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5 Heartworm Myths Debunked

5 Heartworm Myths Debunked

Here are 5 common heartworm myths in honor of National Heartworm Awareness Month. We understand that heartworm disease can be quite confusing, but our team is here to set the record straight.  Myth: Heartworm disease is not a serious concern Truth: Heartworm disease...

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What to Do if Your Pet Eats a Poison

What to Do if Your Pet Eats a Poison

March is National Pet Poison Prevention Month, and we want to help you to brush up on the steps to take if your furry pal has been in contact with a potentially toxic substance. Here is what you should do in five simple steps.   Step 1: Find the potential toxin’s...

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4 Household Items That Are Toxic to Pets

4 Household Items That Are Toxic to Pets

It's Pet Poison Prevention Month, and if you own a pet, you'll want to know about these items you probably have sitting around your home that could prove to be fatal for your pet.  Drugs. Have a headache? Pop a Tylenol. But if your pet accidentally gets into some of...

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AEH is staffed with a doctor after-hours Monday through Friday and 24 hours on weekends and Holidays.

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1148 E. Bristol Rd.

Burton, MI 48529

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Phone: (810) 238-7557
Fri:Open 8 AM - 12 AM
Sat-Mon: Open 24 Hours
Tue: 12 AM - 8 AM

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If you are concerned about any symptoms that your pet may be experiencing, please call (810) 238-7557. We recommend that all concerns warrant an exam and consultation with a veterinarian.