Animal Emergency Center

Animal Emergency Center
Animal Emergency Center is listed in the Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals category in Bend, Oregon. Displayed below is the only current social network for Animal Emergency Center which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Animal Emergency Center on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 75.

Contact information for Animal Emergency Center is:
1245 SE 3rd St
Bend, OR 97702
(541) 385-9110

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Animal Emergency Center has an overall ZapScore of 75. This means that Animal Emergency Center has a higher ZapScore than 75% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Bend, Oregon is 38 and in the category is 52. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Animal Emergency Center of Central Oregon shared Blue Sky Veterinary Clinic's post.
Algae ALERT for Detroit Lake !! A harmful algae bloom advisory for Detroit Lake will be issued once the attached draft press release is approved. The advisory is being issued due to elevated levels of cyanotoxins that can be produced by different genera of blue-green algae. When water quality monitoring samples show toxins at levels over established guideline values, an advisory is issued. For your information I have attached the draft press release, and the monitoring data showing the date of sample collection, the genera of cyanobacteria found and the level of toxins produced. The final laboratory report showing toxin results is not yet ready, but the manager of Greenwater Labs in Florida (the lab contracted to do the toxin analysis) has communicated verbally that levels of cylindrospermopsin are at least 70 parts per billion (ppb) which is above OHA’s guideline value of for cylindrospermopsin (20 ppb) and EPA’s recreational criteria of 8 ppb. People who bring their pets to Detroit Lake for recreation activities should take special precautions to keep them from drinking from or swimming in the lake. Animals more commonly suffer fatal cyanotoxin poisoning than humans do because they are more likely to swim in and drink from ponds with active cyanobacterial blooms, even though the water may have a surface scum or bad smell. Dogs, cats, domestic livestock, and wildlife (birds, mammals) have died from microcystin and anatoxin-a poisoning after drinking contaminated water or grooming cyanobacterial scum from their fur or feathers after swimming. In fact, animals may sometimes seek out and eat dried cyanobacterial mats or crusts, which may contain toxins.The impacts of these cyanotoxins on domestic and wild animals are significantly under-recognized because many cases are misdiagnosed, few cases are biochemically confirmed, and even fewer are reported in the scientific literature or to animal health surveillance systems .

Animal Emergency Center of Central Oregon shared a link.
Blue-green algae toxin poisoning, also known as cyanobacterial poisoning, is an acute, sometimes fatal, condition caused by the ingestion of water containing high concentrations of cyanobacteria.

It is very important to vaccinate your dogs and cats for rabies; even if they live indoors.
Rabies is an infectious viral disease that affects the nervous system. It is transmitted by a bite or saliva from a rabid animal.

Animal Emergency Center of Central Oregon shared Mike Putnam Photography's photo.
Yikes! Take care when out hiking with the pups! The Animal Emergency Center does carry anti venom!
Western Rattlesnake! FB friends and fellow hikers, It is the time of year when rattlesnakes become active in the lower elevation, riparian areas of Central Oregon. I captured this photo last week, along the Lower Deschutes River. If you enjoy hiking in the Central and Eastern Oregon area, follow the link in the first comment for some tips about traveling in rattlesnake terrain and you can also see a quick video. Please share with your hiking friends and please be safe and respectful when hiking in Rattlesnake terrain!

Animal Emergency Center of Central Oregon shared VetTechXpert's photo.
Easter is on Sunday - check all those bouquets and remove lilies if you have cats!!