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All Posts in Category: Small Ruminant

Cancer and Our Furry Friends

Dogs and cats are now living longer and more full lives due to advancements in health care available. Because of their longer life spans, we are encountering more and more cases of neoplastic disease, i.e., cancer.   Tumors occur when the normal cells begin acting in abnormal ways.  They begin multiplying uncontrollably, and will sometimes produce normal […]

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Can you remember your last visit to the emergency room? Most of us have had to have medical assistance after the doctor’s office has closed.  The same is true for our pets.  Over half of our patients have needed emergency treatment at some time in their lives. There are numerous reasons why a pet may […]

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Toxic plant alert

Perilla Mint – toxic plant alert Toxic plant are around us all and our animals all the time.   Usually a small dose is not enough to cause a problem.   However, when conditions are right and the dose is high enough toxic plants can be deadly. A common time of concern is when normal feed/pasture is […]

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Diagnostics: Ultrasound

Ultrasound diagnostics How it works: Ultrasound (also called sonography or sonogram) is the use of sound waves to see structures hidden within other structures. Working similarly to radar, an ultrasound probe emits sound waves which bounce off of structures in differing waves back to the transducer.  These returning sound waves are then “read” by the […]

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No waiting….

The waiting is over. How much time have you wasted in traffic? How long have you had to sit in waiting rooms? You do neither when you call Mobile Veterinary Service to come take care of your animal’s needs. No need to haul With the price of fuel today every minute you spend sitting in […]

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Not just one of the herd anymore.

Not just one of the herd The need for individual care is becoming more obvious everyday.   Statistics show that for ever individual needing medical care the number of doctors per individual is going down.  Baby-boomers are getting older and with that they are requiring more doctor time.   HMO’s are squeezing health care systems on pricing […]

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