30 Jun 2017
June 30, 2017

Updates in treating heart disease.

Back in the old days, when I first started in veterinary medicine, if your dog developed heart disease, they were put on lasix and digoxin and were given the prognosis of living another 6 months. With todays' advances dogs can live much longer and with a dramatically better quality of life. Much the same way.. read more →
10 May 2017
May 10, 2017

April Showers

This piece was written by one of our technicians, Amy. It is a very emotional piece, so be prepared. They say April showers bring May flowers, and gardens seem to be in full bloom. It feels that spring has finally sprung. And while things seem to be on the upswing, April was a challenging month.. read more →
09 Mar 2017
March 9, 2017

Veterinary Acupuncture

The following article was written by Deanna Bowen, CVT. Veterinary Acupuncture can treat a variety of diseases in our pets; arthritis, pain, nausea, poor appetite, liver and kidney disease. It is a great addition to traditional therapies for just about any disease process we see. I first began looking in to acupuncture in 2012 for.. read more →
20 Feb 2017
February 20, 2017

Is My Pet Overweight?

The following was written by Robin, one of our technicians.   Since working with Dr Nelson, I have developed an interest in weight management in pets and educating owners with feeding suggestions. Previously, I had never associated being overweight with decreased longevity or increased health issues. But I've seen over and over again how planned.. read more →
28 Dec 2016
December 28, 2016

Killer or Friend?

This post was written by our technician Lea   What is your first thought/feeling when you hear the word "Pit bull"? Is it fear? Compassion? Hide the kids? Don't worry-you're not the only one. Many people cross the street to avoid coming in contact with them. "Pit bull" is often used to describe  a group.. read more →