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Frequently Asked Emergency Question 2

What is Canine Bloat? Bloat is more accurately called Gastric Dilatation and Volvulus (GDV), a condition where the stomach fills with gas or food and twists on its long axis.…

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Paralyzed dog makes ‘phenomenal’ recovery in York County

The 6-year-old Doberman pinscher can walk again. Local rescue is hoping to recoup $10,000 spent on medical care By Brandie Kessler bkessler@ydr.com @I_M_BrandieK on Twitter Dogs need few things to…

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Dog Safety for Kids

Dog Safety for Kids (Ages 6-14 years) Sunday, May 18th 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. Where: Metropolitan Veterinary Associates Space is limited Dog bite prevention week is May 18-24. We…

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Frequenty Asked Emergency Questions 1

My dog ate a penny, should I be worried? Simply put, yes. Pennies produced after 1983 contain zinc which is toxic to dogs and cats. Zinc causes hemolytic anemia (destruction…

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Metropolitan Partners with Red Paw Emergency Relief

Metropolitan is very proud to partner with Red Paw Emergency Relief. The Red Paw Emergency Relief Team is an emergency services, nonprofit organization that works in conjunction with the American…

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PAY IT FORWARD – The Beckham Story

PAY IT FORWARD I think we all understand what it means ... this is our pay it forward story we'd like to share. And if you ask me - this…

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Veterinary Ophthalmology

The job of the Veterinary Ophthalmologist is to preserve vision and comfort for animals.  Our goal is to meet the need for an advanced eye exam and advanced eye care,…

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Metro Vet’s Dr. Roland Featured in Trends Magazine

One of our cardiologists, Doctor Roland was featured this month in AAHA Trends Magazine in their feature about the “strive to make pacemaker implantation accessible” Our Dr. Roland is one…

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