Author Nicole LaForest LVT, RVT, CCFT- Pet Emergency Education Certified Instructor I worked in emergency medicine for longer than I should have. I can think of well over 30 cases where I had to initiate CPR and almost none of them came back to the light. Not atypical compared to the statistics available. You get accustomed to condemning the pet to death before they’ve even had a chance to be in front of the judge. Now, I co-own an ambulatory surgery practice (primarily orthopedics) and we get a lot of crazy cases, but nothing that typically sends a pet over the edge. Until about 8Read More →

An article written by Nick Burton of Pets can be your best friends and bring you immense joy. Regardless of your pet’s age, you can experience a lot of great memories during your life together. As your pet gets older, it’s important to make sure he or she lives a comfortable life. In fact, many of the problems aging pets experience are the same ones we face as we age, such as arthritis or problems with hearing. Here’s how you can take care of a beloved pet as they begin to age. Give Your Pet High-Quality Food Research suggests that some animals, such as cats, experience altered digestiveRead More →

Pet Emergency Education founder and co-owner was recently featured as a faculty member at Ashworth College. Outside of her responsibilities as Director of Operations at Pet Emergency Education, Amy teaches various courses in Ashworth’s AVMA accredited veterinary technology program.  Read the article in the Ashworth e-newsletter! Click Here Follow Amy on Linked In!Read More →