BOCA RATON, FLORIDA, USA, July 28, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Urgent Veterinarian, which is the premier emergency care clinic dedicated to pets, recently announced the addition of Casco Pet enclosures to its new clinics across the country. These revolutionary enclosures represent a significant improvement over traditional wire cages and therefore exemplify UrgentVet’s commitment to compassionate care.
The Boca Raton UrgentVet Clinic opened on June 2, 2022 in South Florida and was the first UrgentVet to be built with the new enclosures. Going forward, the new and improved enclosures will be a staple of every new UrgentVet clinic across the country.
“Casco Pet enclosures are the best on the market, so it was a no-brainer for us to include them as standard in our new clinics,” said Dr. Jim Dobies, Founder of UrgentVet. “Everything we do at UrgentVet is focused on the care and comfort of the animal, and these enclosures provide benefits that will enable our staff to provide the kind of care pet parents expect.”
For many pets, ambient crate noise can be an anxiety trigger. However, the new enclosures are constructed with tempered glass and as a result are 70% quieter than metal cages. It’s a design decision that helps make these cases the most fearless product on the market today.
The new speakers include an in-floor warming function. This allows staff to independently control the temperature of each enclosure. In addition to this feature, each enclosure has its own exhaust fan, built-in oxygen chamber, electrical outlet and fluid bag holder. This wealth of features makes it easier to manage the cord with medical equipment. On top of all this, there is a built-in lighting element in each speaker that allows staff to tint each speaker one of three distinct colors. Green has a calming effect, red is for pets recovering from a procedure or trauma, and blue makes it easier to clear debris and dirt.
UrgentVet was founded in the Charlotte, North Carolina area and is now headquartered in Tampa, Florida. UrgentVet also has clinics in North and South Carolina, other parts of Florida, and future openings are planned in Texas and Georgia later this year.
The vision that governs the UrgentVet practice model is to provide reliable after-hours acute care for dogs and cats, just like urgent care for humans. All veterinarians and support staff who are employed by UrgentVet are “Fearless Certified Professionals”. This means that they are qualified to take care of both the animal’s physical needs and emotional well-being.
UrgentVet clinics frequently treat vomiting, diarrhea, lacerations, wounds, as well as skin and ear problems among many other complaints presented. UrgentVet’s average bill is about 40% less than what a pet owner might pay for comparable services at a typical veterinary emergency room.
“Anytime a pet experiences an injury or illness, it’s an unpleasant experience for both the pet and the pet’s parent,” Dr. Dobies said. “We want to do everything we can to make the animal’s experience at our clinic as comfortable as possible before returning them to their family and home. Our investment in Casco enclosures is just one more way of working to keep furry family members emotionally and physically supported while at UrgentVet.
Several Case studies demonstrated the multiple key benefits of Casco enclosures. These benefits include more efficient recovery, increased comfort for pets waking from sedation, and better visibility for observation by clinic staff.
UrgentVet was founded by Dr. Jim Dobies and is the first emergency care clinic dedicated to companion animals. Offering after-hours services, UrgentVet offers pet owners an affordable and convenient alternative to 24-hour emergency veterinarians. UrgentVet currently operates clinics in Belmont, NC; Chapel Hill, North Carolina; Huntersville, North Carolina; Gastonia, North Carolina; Ballantyne (Charlotte), North Carolina; Cary, North Carolina; Fort Mill, South Carolina; Westchase (Tampa), Florida; Brandon, Florida; New Port Richey, Florida; Gainesville, Florida; west of Orlando (Ocoee), Florida; Sarasota, Florida; The Villages, Florida; Lakewood Ranch, Florida; St. Johns, Florida; Lakeland, Florida; Boca Raton, Florida; and Cypress, Texas.
Josh Hall, Sage and Sterling Communications
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