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Meet Smokey! A canine multiple myeloma patient in remission

Smokey, a Miniature Schnauzer, came into Animal Emergency & Specialty Center’s oncology service in January 2018. He was diagnosed with advanced-staged multiple myeloma by his primary veterinarian. Multiple myeloma is rare in both humans and dogs. It is a rare, malignant plasma cell cancer affecting the bone marrow and other blood producing organs. There is no…

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AESC awarded Clinical Affiliate of the Year

Animal Emergency & Specialty Center has long supported ongoing veterinary education both for our own team and the veterinary community at-large. To that end, we offer four regional continuing education events a year for veterinarians and veterinary support staff, host veterinary medical association meetings, and offer externships and practical training to veterinary and veterinary technician…

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Download Our Brochures

You can now download our hospital brochures from our website! Our brochure gives you information about the services offered at each of our locations, the technology we use, directions to the hospital, and more! [vc_row equal_columns=”true” el_class=”margin-zero”][vc_column width=”1/2″][mk_button dimension=”two” corner_style=”rounded” size=”large” letter_spacing=”1″ bg_color=”#798190″ url=”https://chattanoogaspecialty.vet/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/animal-emergency-specialty-center-knoxville-hospital-brochure.pdf” target=”_blank” align=”center” fullwidth=”true” margin_top=”0″ margin_bottom=”30″ margin_right=”0″ el_class=”aesc-button”]AESC-Knoxville Brochure[/mk_button][/vc_column] [vc_column width=”1/2″][mk_button dimension=”two”…

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AESC’s Oncology Department’s New Lymphoma Treatment Receives Local Media Attention

Knoxville News Sentinel spotlights cases of canine lymphoma treated with Tanovea at AESC. Animal Emergency & Specialty Center’s new treatment option for canine lymphoma, the chemotherapy drug Tanovea, is gaining awareness around the Knoxville area. The Knoxville News Sentinel recently posted this article following the stories of two patients treated with Tanovea at Animal Emergency…

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Protect Your Pet on World Rabies Day

Rabies prevention isn’t just the law, it saves lives! Rabies infection in domesticated pets nearly always fatal, this makes rabies vaccines for pets crucial. Do you know how to protect your pets and family members from rabies? Here are the “Do’s and Do-Not’s” of Rabies brought to you by Animal Emergency & Specialty Center! The…

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The Rabies Safety Refresher

Rabies is almost certainly fatal, and entirely preventable. At Animal Emergency & Specialty Center of Knoxville, rabies is never out of mind. It may be easy to take rabies control for granted. However, rabies is very much alive and a threat to your pet and community. September 28 is World Rabies Day, Animal Emergency &…

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Meet Felix: A Trauma Case Study

Felix, an 8-year-old Australian shepherd mix, was on a walk with his owner when he was aggressively attacked by another dog. His owners noticed a swelling on his right side, but couldn’t find many external wounds. They brought him in to Animal Emergency & Specialty Center of Chattanooga where he was rushed to the treatment…

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Parrot Behavior Workshop

Want to better communicate with your parrot? Parrots make beautiful, interesting pets that can live a human’s lifetime. However, a parrot’s body language may not be as easy to decipher as a dog’s wagging tail. Learn what to expect from your relationship with your parrot in a Parrot Behavior Workshop led by Phoenix Landing and…

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Hope for Canine Lymphoma Comes to Animal Emergency & Specialty Center

A pet’s cancer diagnosis is a nightmare that breeds uncertainty and concern for any pet parent. Every step towards better treatment has the potential to change lives. Canine lymphoma is a common cancer that attacks a dog’s white blood cells. It’s often diagnosed after finding enlarged lymph nodes. The standard of treatment for canine lymphoma…

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Dr. Fanta Teaches the Community Life-Saving Skills

For Dr. DeAnne Fanta, her life as a veterinarian extends beyond her regular shift at Chattanooga’s Animal Emergency & Specialty Center. Dr. Fanta recognized a need within the community and rose to the challenge to educate local grooming, boarding, and shelter facilities in basic first aid and animal CPR. She recently added advanced CPR training…

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