Thanks!

So it has been some time and since my last post. I would like to take the time to thank all of our clients! As we come to the close of another year, we have battled several challenges. It has been difficult to maintain the growth of our client base and take care of our […]

Diversion

So a few months back we initiated a policy change that has not been the most popular for some of our clients. Please know we do not make these changes, especially unpopular ones with clients, without good reason. There are only two main reasons here 1. Risk to animal health 2. Risk to veterinary licensure. […]

Prevention- A scary, expensive word

Heartworm, Fleas, Ticks, roundworms, whipworms (or Hawhipworms, if you watch Family Guy), hookworms, parvovirus, bordetella, adenovirus, parainfluenza, lyme disease, influenza, leptospirosis (there are more) just a few easily preventable diseases/parasites with some basic veterinary care…but do you want to afford it? In a world where vaccine is an evil 7 letter word, at least if […]

Justification

Ok… so lets dive in some more. Just keep in mind I can come up with topics all day long, but it just might turn into a talk about cattle or diesel trucks, which I am sure will be a small audience. The title here doesn’t mean we condone difficult or down right mean behavior; […]

Managing Expectations

So welcome to the world of several grammatical errors and misspellings. Hopefully we can get past these things and have a good laugh and learn a thing or two. Please feel free to offer up topics in comments or on our facebook page. -Dr. Trent’s blog. We live in a world were consumer exceptions are […]