Monthly Archives: January 2011

No Bones About It: Bones are Unsafe for Your Dog

The idea that it’s natural for dogs to chew on bones is a popular one. However, it’s a dangerous practice and can cause serious injury to your pet. Continue reading

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A Guide to Your Pet’s Physical Rehabilitation

Physical Rehabilitation can be essential to improving your pet’s unique musculoskeletal condition. There are many indications for the use of physical rehabilitation. Post traumatic injury, arthritis, obesity, degenerative joint disease and post surgical repair are examples of indications that your … Continue reading

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Did you know we specialize in treating all kinds of exotic animals?

Our own Dr. Helmer recently performed an endoscopy on a turtle, and also treated Harley, the pot-bellied pig at our Temple Terrace location. We have board certified avian specialists on staff and treat other exotic species such as reptiles, pigs, … Continue reading

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From Our Clients

We always appreciate getting feedback from our clients, and love to be of assistance to you and your pets!
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Dr. Welborn on animal behavior training

It is the Monday following a holiday and the office is humming with activity as past AAHA President Dr. Link Welborn, DVM, ABVP, and I meet for an interview.  A calm demeanor and careful attention to his responses reveal a … Continue reading

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Are you a pet owner struggling with an overweight dog or cat?

Do you have a busy lifestyle that makes following a weight loss plan difficult? Are you frequently over-treating your pet or have a difficult time denying you pet? Overweight Dogs are a national epidemic. An estimated 45% of dogs in … Continue reading

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