Does your pet have what it takes to be chosen as the AVMA Pet of the Year? Is your canine, feline, equine or other animal companion the best in the world? Does your pet have a unique history or talent? Do you have an interesting story to tell? Do you think your pet should be […]
Calling all Azzore clients!! We want YOU to send us your best photo of your family pet for possible inclusion in our exclusive 2015 Mini-Wall Calendar. There will be space for 12 photos only. The pictures can be general, or if you have holiday specific pictures (New Year, Christmas, Thanksgiving, 4th of July, etc.), […]
Dr. Dew at Azzore Veterinary Specialists in Russellville, Arkansas performs two elbow replacement surgeries in dogs in one day. Follow along with their progress.
[pinit] Interesting article in the NY Times about Joint Replacement in dogs. http://www.nytimes.com/2011/01/17/sports/17dogs.html?pagewanted=all&_r=0 Joint Replacements Keep Dogs in the Running Suzy Allman for The New York Times Kathleen Dooley’s pug, Lily, ran an obstacle course at the Port Chester Obedience Training Club in White Plains By VINCENT M. MALLOZZI In November […]
[pinit] Interesting report by Fergus Walsh, the medical correspondent for BBC News, on spinal regeneration helping paralyzed dogs walk again. Nose cell transplant enables paralyzed dogs to walk Jasper the dachshund walking again. Scientists have reversed paralysis in dogs after injecting them with cells grown from the lining of their nose. The […]
Chip is an 8 year old Labrador Retriever mix who came to us with rear limb lameness and a recurring infection after a previous surgery at another clinic. Dr. Ward at Ward Veterinary Clinic referred Chip and his family to Dr. Dew. Dr. Dew explored the draining tract, submitted tissue for histology and retrieved suture […]
Managing Corneal Ulcers if an ulcer doesn’t heal in 5-7 days after routine therapy, refer to an animal eye specialist. Time is of the essence. Routine therapy for corneal ulcers will normally consist of a broad spectrum antibiotic and atropine. If the ulcer is not beginning to heal within 5 to 7 days, […]