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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
Recent PostsGastrointestinal Issues in PetsBoth dogs and cats can go through some gastrointestinal issues. The hard part is finding what caused it. The first thing to ask yourself and your family is if anything has changed in the pet’s environment? Moving, going out of town, boarding, new cleaners, new carpet or furniture, or a change in food can all […]View post
Recent PostsAll About RabiesRabies remains a major concern worldwide, killing more than 55,000 people every year. September 28th has been designated as World Rabies Day to help bring awareness to this preventable disease. What is rabies? Rabies is a deadly viral infection that selectively affects mammals. The virus is zoonotic, meaning humans are able to contract it from […]View post
Recent PostsBenefits of Pet InsuranceWhy should I get pet insurance? For animals that experience sudden illness or injury, it may mean the difference between life and death. Anyone who’s ever owned an animal can testify to the rising costs of healthcare, especially in emergency situations! If your pet were diagnosed with an expensive medical condition, could you afford the […]View post
Recent PostsDIABETES MELLITUSDiabetes is a lifelong condition that impairs the body’s ability to use the energy found in food. This energy, in the form of a special sugar called glucose, is normally derived from the sugars and carbohydrates you eat. But the body needs insulin, a hormone made by the pancreas, to make use of this sugar. […]View post