This holiday season, remember to make pet safety one of your top priorities. To prevent a stressful experience for yourself and your furry best friend, take a look at our holiday pet safety tips below. read more →

Thanksgiving is almost here! While we’re excited about the delicious feast and family gatherings, we also want to remind you of potential hazards to be aware of to keep your pets safe. Refer to our Thanksgiving Pet Safety flyer to avoid any fowl play on turkey day. read more →

Between the masks, scary costumes, and lots of chocolate, Halloween fun can sometimes lead to an unexpected trip to the vet. All of us at VetMED want you and your family to be able to enjoy the day without the stress of a vet visit. Here are some helpful tips to help your family enjoy.. read more →

Witnessing a seizure in your pet can induce fear and uncertainty. You likely feel panicked, scared, or helpless, but learning more about this condition, the signs to look for, and how you can help your seizing pet may ease your anxiety—and your pet’s.  What causes seizures in pets? In general, seizures occur because of a.. read more →

Important COVID-19 Policy Update – Effective October 26, 2021 At VetMED, the health and well-being of your pet and family are our top priority. As the situation around COVID-19 continues to evolve, we are still taking measures to reduce potential exposure to our clients, patients and team members. Clients with scheduled appointments or emergency visits.. read more →

Ilyssa Meren, DVM, DACVIM (Neurology) Dr. Meren grew up in New York City. She completed her Bachelor of Science in 2009 and Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2013 from Cornell University. She then completed a rotating internship at the Animal Medical Center in New York City in 2014 and a residency in neurology and neurosurgery at.. read more →

As the vital center of your pet’s cardiovascular system, their heart is one of their most critical organs, continuously pumping to circulate oxygenated blood to every body cell, from nose to tail tip. If disease interrupts your pet’s normal heart function, their entire body can be compromised, with a range of effects. Fortunately, VetMED’s board-certified.. read more →

We recently moved our Emergency & Critical Care, Surgery, and Internal Medicine services across the parking lot to an expanded, 12,000 sq ft. facility. Over the next few months, the previous building which had these services will be receiving a facelift to allow space for more. We’ll be sure to keep you updated on our.. read more →

Dogs, with their boisterous, playful nature, commonly injure their limbs. Like human athletes, your dog may simply overdo it and feel a little sore after a rowdy play session, but sometimes his limp may be a sign of a more serious injury that requires medical care. We know you want to provide the best care.. read more →

The holidays are the most wonderful time of the year, but they can become chaotic, and potential hazards to your pet can get overlooked in the turmoil. A pet owner never wants an illness or injury to affect their pet, but a pet emergency over the holidays can be particularly stressful. If your pet develops.. read more →