Animal Emergency Clinc

Animal Emergency Clinc
Animal Emergency Clinc is listed in the Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals category in Bloomington, Illinois. Displayed below is the only current social network for Animal Emergency Clinc which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Animal Emergency Clinc on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 73.

Contact information for Animal Emergency Clinc is:
2505 E Oakland Ave
Bloomington, IL 61701
(309) 665-5020

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Animal Emergency Clinc has an overall ZapScore of 73. This means that Animal Emergency Clinc has a higher ZapScore than 73% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Bloomington, Illinois is 43 and in the Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals category is 51. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Animal Emergency Clinic - Bloomington IL shared Today's Veterinary Technician's video.
Thank you to all vet techs and assistants that make veterinary work possible! A special thanks to our staff at AEC- we often see extreme and urgent cases, and our staff work hard at all hours of the night. We do it all for those who can't speak for themselvesπŸΆπŸΊπŸ©πŸ•πŸ­πŸπŸ‡πŸ€. Happy tech week!
It's National Veterinary Technician Week and boy, do we have a lot to celebrate. πŸŽ‰ Join in the celebration by sharing some of the awesome things you do on a day-to-day basis. And, of course, thank you for all that you do!

Animal Emergency Clinic - Bloomington IL shared petMD's video.
We are seeing a number of dogs infected with Parvo Virus. Please keep up with routine vaccinations as recommended by your Veterinarian. Puppies are at great risk for this viral infection and should be kept away from other dogs without a series of vaccines. These are generally performed at 6-8 weeks, 12 weeks, and 16 weeks of age.
The canine parvovirus (CPV) infection is a highly contagious viral illness that affects dogs. Learn more:

Animal Emergency Clinic - Bloomington IL shared University of Illinois Veterinary Teaching Hospital's post.
Rabies awareness is very important as it is a preventable yet deadly disease. Have you ever wondered why companion animals like dogs and cats must be vaccinated for this virus? Check this out for more information. πŸ’‰
For World Rabies Day today, get the facts about rabies in our FAQs for pet owners. Rabies is considered a β€œcore” vaccine, meaning every dog and cat should receive it and be up to date at all times because the risks are minimal and the benefits profound.
Rabies is still a concern in the United States and worldwide. Dr. Ashley Mitek at the University of Illinois explains why and how to prevent it.

Animal Emergency Clinic - Bloomington IL shared Mclean County Canine Blood Bank's post.
Canine digestive systems (and the microbes that live within the gut) are strongly affected by daily dietary habits. This research has implications for overall health recommendations, and may lead to obesity treatment solutions as well.
Studies of the gut microbiome have gone to the dogs -- and pets around the world could benefit as a result. In a new paper, researchers report that the ratio of proteins and carbohydrates in a canine's daily diet have a significant influence on the balance of microbes in its gut. Researchers observe...

Animal Emergency Clinic - Bloomington IL added 2 new photos.
Fall time allergies are a major hassle for pets and owners alike. As we enter the harvest season, keep an eye out for increased allergies for our environmental allergy suffers! Signs of an allergic EMERGENCY include: persistent hives and intense irritation, fever, vomiting, coughing, swelling of the face and neck, and airway compromise (evident from hacking, coughing, gagging, or wheezing). Always see a vet if your pet encounters any of these signs or others that concern you. Talk to your regular vet about allergy testing options, food allergies, possible home treatments (bathing, possible natural methods or avoidance of certain foods or irritants, etc.) and medications available for your pet's individual symptoms.