Cornell University's 24-hour pet care ensures that our pets have access to the same life-saving procedures that we have.
STAMFORD -- An after-hours emergency with your pet could result in morning filled with tears, but the Veterinary Specialists at Cornell University have offered around-the-clock service to ensure that your pets get the critical care the moment its required (http://www.cuvs.org/services-nutrition.php). Cornell University's veterinary specialist are equipped to address every pet emergency, ranging from blunt force trauma and bleeding disorders to seizures and the ingestion of toxins, according to the university's website. There have been remarkable leaps and bound made in the field of emergency care for pets over the last decade and a half, according to the organization's website. After the Cornell University Veterinary Specialist center began to specialize in in emergency care for pets, medical experts from the center learned that many life-threatening conditions, once described as fatal, were survivable when properly address, according to the organization's website. The organization's intensive care and emergency room units are kitted out with state of the art equipment, stated the university's website. The team can provide your pets with emergency surgery, imaging, organ monitoring, blood transfusions, resuscitation and many other life saving procedures, stated the website. The veterinary specialists at Stamford place a premium on pet nutrition (http://www.cuvs.org/services-emergency-critical-care.php), according to the university's website. The veterinary specialist at Cornell University have put a premium on pet nutrition, according to the university's website. The organization's nutritionists are available to consult with owners in person about restructuring a pet's dietary regime, according to the university's website. The veterinary specialists can help pet owners develop diets for weight loss, breeding, performance and condition management, according to the site. No matter how pressing your pets' condition becomes, the veterinary specialists at Cornell University have the experience and compassion to help both your and your pet through the ordeal, according to the university's website. The veterinary specialists at the university wanted pet owners to know that the stress and angst associated with a pet emergency isn't lost on their team, according to the organization's website. Officials from the Cornell University Veterinary Specialists group stated that the organization takes prides in delivering top of the line care to animals in dire need, regardless of the time of day the center's services are required, according to the university's website. For more information about the Cornell University Veterinary Specialists division or about Veterinary Specialists Stamford, call 203-595-2777 or stop by 880 Canal Street. You may also learn more about the organization by visiting their website at CUVS.org