The Northeast Indiana Veterinary Emergency Specialty Hospital is committed to the highest quality 24-hour intensive and specialty care for small animals. Our hospital and staff are fully dedicated to enhancing the unique relationship between humans and companion animals by providing the best care possible. We serve veterinarians and pet owners of the tri-state region as a referral center for competent, compassionate, and timely veterinary care.
We've had to bring our cat and dog to this pet emergency hospital at different times for various things. The staff has always been compassionate and helpful. It's nice having a place like this around, especially since out pets tend to have issues in off-hours. As much as I like it here, I hope I don't have to come back, but if I do, I won't hesitate.Review Us!
Heat stroke, also known as hyperthermia, is a potentially fatal condition that occurs when your pet’s body temperature becomes extremely elevated. A normal body temperature in a dog should...
Almost everyone enjoys chocolate, even our pets. Although some forms of chocolate have been shown to have beneficial effects for people, they can have detrimental effects for our pets.
Gastric Dilatation and Volvulus (GDV) is a life-threatening condition affecting dogs. It is a common occurrence in large and giant breed dogs and is frequently referred to as “Bloat”.
Tetra is an adorable 6 mo miniature Australian Shepherd. She was evaluated by the NIVES ER department after she stopped eating and developed extreme lethargy. Initial testing showed changes on her bloodwork including severe anemia (low red blood cell levels). Radiographs (x-rays) were also done showing a surprise object in her stomach!Read Full Article