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Dr. Hanna Saenz

The Doctors and staff at SVRC/The Pet Emergency Room would like to welcome Dr. Hanna Saenz to our team. Dr. Hannah Saenz graduated from Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine in May 2014. Passionate about the variety in veterinary medicine, she completed several externships and internships that expanded her knowledge in both domestic and exotic animals at renowned locations such as the Memphis Zoo, San Diego Zoo, Living Desert Zoo, and Sydney Wildlife World. Her hobbies include knitting, quilting, [...]

Pet Vet Services Miami

The Pet Emergency Room is always on the lookout for "new donors" -- dogs and cats, that is.  Founded in 2007, The Pet Emergency Room is a 24-hr veterinary emergency hospital with over 20-years of combined intensive care emergency veterinary services.  Our goal is to provide the very best in advanced diagnostics and pet care for your dog or cat. We are affiliated with Southeast Veterinary Referral Center which enhances the care we provide by involving specialists in the treatment [...]

Pet Vet Miami 24/7 Service

Often times, pet owners may dismiss symptoms or incidents that require immediate veterinary attention.  Here is a quick list to help your determine when to seek immediate veterinary care.  Hope your pets are always safe, but in case you need help - remember we are here for you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days of the year. Severe bleeding or bleeding that doesn't stop within 5 minutes Choking, difficulty breathing or nonstop coughing and gagging Bleeding from nose, mouth, rectum, [...]

Cycad Sago Palm is extremely poisonous to both humans and animals if ingested. Pets are at particular risk since they seem to find the plant very palatable. Clinical symptoms of ingestion will develop within 12 hours and may include vomiting, diarrhea, weakness, seizures, liver failure, or hepatotoxicity characterized by icterus (yellow coloration), cirrhosis, and ascites (fluid in abdomen). The pet may appear bruised, have nose bleeds (epistaxis), melena (blood in the stool), hematochezia (bloody straining), and hemarthrosis (blood in the joints). [...]

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