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Cats and Dogs on Hot Tin Roofs

Cats and dog on hot tin roofs… DO NOT do well at all. You may have seen this story today? Every summer I treat someone’s beloved pet for heat stroke. And as unbelievable as it is, people still leave their pets in closed up cars in the summer heat.  Please do not do this – Your […]

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Important Information About Heartworm Disease

Dear Pet Lovers, There is a developing situation that we want to bring to your attention.  There is a growing shortage of the medicine that we use for treating heartworm disease.  I want to remind all dog owners to be sure that their dogs are current on heartworm preventives such as, Interceptor or Sentinel (or […]

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Bailey Walks Again – Paralysis Reversed

I want to share with you a very special story about a Bichon Frise, Bailey. Bailey injured his back while playing with his older and much bigger brother, a Labrador. The injury caused Bailey to be totally paralyzed from the waist down. In addition to being paralyzed he had no control of his urination or […]

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adrienne scott - May 13, 2010 - 7:46 am

That story is amazing!!! And an adorable Bailey!

Kathryn - May 13, 2010 - 12:00 pm

This makes me SO happy!

karyn - May 17, 2010 - 11:17 pm

GREAT NEWS!!!! Song says they are a simple dog.. Not really they work their way into our hearts and take a piece of it when they go!

All You Wanted to Know About Mange, but Were Afraid to Ask

Welcome back!  I want to thank all of my loyal readers! Okay, there may be only ONE reader, Lexi, but maybe someone else read my column and didn’t have any comments.  Well that’s possible, isn’t it?  I’m going to keep writing, anyway, at least until Adrian makes me quit. Lexi wanted me to discuss Mange […]

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Lexi - April 29, 2010 - 12:06 pm

Thank Dr. Grif Haber I will def. do that!

Reversed Hip Dysplasia

I want to share with you one of my latest success stories. Meet Sassy. She is a 15 month old Rottweiler that was presented to me with a veterinary diagnosis of: “sublaxic left hip.” Her owner had hip x-rays taken to see how her hips were forming and growing. Sassy’s initial x-ray showed that her […]

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