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One center, three services with board-certified neurologists, emergency veterinarians and rehabilitation specialists caring for pets 24/7. We provide state-of-the-art diagnostics, excellent client service and exceptional patient care. When it comes to caring for your pet, our doctors and staff make all the difference.

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2015 Survivor Story

2015 Survivor

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Charlie's Victory over Megaesophagus

It’s Megaesophagus Awareness Week! Megaesophagus is a condition in which the muscles of the esophagus lose their tone and are no longer able to propel food into the stomach. This condition can be idiopathic (unknown cause) or it can be … Continue reading

Dora, an 8 year old Collie, suffered a stroke.

          2015 Animal Survivor Dora McKee   Follow the link above to view Dora’s miraculous recovery!   It was a normal Saturday morning in the McKee household. Dora, an 8 year old Collie, was wandering around … Continue reading

Dr. Adam Moeser

Why Pets are Referred to a Veterinary Neurologist Your dog or cat was referred to a veterinary neurologist by your family veterinarian due to a suspected illness or disease affecting your pet’s brain or spine.  Advancements in veterinary neurology offer … Continue reading

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Enjoy running with your dog? Now that summer is almost here, be sure your runs with Fido occur during the early morning or evening hours when the sun and heat are less intense. ... See MoreSee Less

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Fireworks usually make humans happy. Unfortunately, fireworks can cause anxiety and fear in our pets.

As the Fourth of July approaches, be sure to take precautions to keep your pet comfortable during fireworks displays. You can start with a safe, secure room and background noise, like music or the TV.
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Does your dog’s summer schedule include lake swimming or river wading? If so, always try to dry your furry pal as soon as she’s finished in the wet stuff, and watch for any cuts or external parasites as you dry, too. ... See MoreSee Less

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