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Boston West Veterinary Emergency & Specialty
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24/7 Emergency Veterinary Hospital with Board Certified Specialty Services for Dogs and Cats.
24/7 Emergency Veterinary Hospital with Board Certified Specialty Services for Dogs and Cats.

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It's National #LostDogAwarenessDay. This day was created not only to bring awareness to the dogs that go missing but to also celebrate the reunions. Although it is a national day for lost dogs, we also know many cats are missing from their homes. To all of you who are looking for your lost pet our thoughts are with you. We hope you have a happy reunion soon.

If you had a reunion with your lost pet, please share your story in the comments!
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We are challenging you to take a selfie with your pet today! Be creative, be silly! #selfiesunday
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Who wore it best? Priscilla or Norman? πŸ’β€β™€οΈ
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It is finally Friday! Here is a post that many of us can relate to. Have a great weekend!
http://ow.ly/3JDf30jx5iQ
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Mozzarella and her brother came to see us after potentially ingesting some ibuprofen. Some patients just need a little extra attention so they feel more comfortable in the hospital. Mozzarella here needed to be a bit spoiled as she was hand-fed her breakfast. πŸ’š
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We put together a checklist to make your very own pet first aid kit. It is always a good idea to have some essential items with you while you head to the nearest ER. Take a look at our post and printable check list here: http://ow.ly/NRRg30jx59j
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It doesn’t have to be the holidays to enjoy some string or ribbons. Unfortunately, the very thing that had Tippity excited, got her a getaway at Boston West. After removing the string that she ate and after a speedy recovery, this young girl got to return home to her human sister and the rest of the family πŸ’š
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As April showers (downpours) make way for May flowers, we all start to feel the need to spend more time outdoors. As we head outside and into the woods, it is important to remember that there are other animals also ready to explore! Skunks are one such animal, but significantly more disconcerting than the skunk, is the porcupine.
Read our full post here: http://ow.ly/v6Jb30jx1xL
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Leashes come in every variety and style you can think up. Beyond the classic 4 or 6 foot leash, there are also bungee leashes, harnesses, both for the body and the muzzle, leashes for multiple dogs, seatbelt leashes, and then of course there is the much debated, deeply polarizing, retractable leash.

Why is this leash so heavily debated? Read more about the hazards and uses of the retractable leash here:
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Sometimes we have to bring our own pets to the hospital for consults or emergencies. Dr Gervais, our ophthalmologist, brought in her furry son, Arlo, for a minor procedure. He is recovering well and will be wagging his tail all the way home today.
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