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Recent PostsPet Dangers During the HolidaysBy Kelly Jean Eaton There are many dangers to be expected for the holiday season with pets around including everyday holiday objects, foods, and anxiety related to holiday guests. Being aware of the dangers your pets face can help you better protect your four legged friends. Here are some of the top dangers of the […]View post
Recent PostsIVDD: Intervertebral Disc DiseaseWritten by Lindsay Black Intervertebral disc disease (IVDD) is defined as the degeneration of the intervertebral discs resulting in displacement of disc material into the spinal canal. The most common type of IVDD (Type 1) typically occurs in chondrodystrophic breeds (long body, short legged dogs) and, on rare occasions, can occur in felines. IVDD can be a […]View post
Recent PostsWhen is it “time”?: Humane Euthanasia and Your PetBy Trudee DeWitt, RVT It takes a great deal of responsibility and dedication to care for a pet and make sure they have a quality life full of love and happiness. Unfortunately for us, pets do not live as long as we do. As pet owners it is our job to know when our companions […]View post
Recent PostsHalloween HealthIn veterinary medicine we see all kinds of things come in our door. Since the holidays are coming closer, your pet may be just as excited as getting candy, gifts, and toys. There is caution to take with your pet when getting those treats, toys, and even costumes. Even though we love this time of […]View post
Recent PostsJack Burton: Paralyzed to Walking in 4 Weeks-Without SurgeryBy Trudee DeWitt, RVT At FPVC we are big believers in acupuncture, laser therapy and multi-modal pain therapies. Unfortunately, many people do not share in our belief, so I wanted to share one of our several success stories… In August, we had the unfortunate pleasure of meeting Jack Burton, a 5 year old dachshund who […]View post