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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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Today (three years ago) we lost our dear Brooklyn. We want to thank Dr. Wolf, Dr. Stone and the entire staff for taking such good care of him his final three days. He is flying high with the angels and enjoying lots of treats, chicken (his favorite) and Frosty Paws. We miss him so much even after all this time. He was a dear sweet fur baby. Thank you and many blessings to you all. ... See MoreSee Less

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Friday Funnies... When humans behave as cats, it is just down right strange. ... See MoreSee Less

Things you can't do when you're not a cat! :) Pass it on to those who will appreciate it!

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We LOVE our new scrub tops from our recent rehab graduate Odin! ... See MoreSee Less

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This week's top patient snugglers are... drum roll please... Amanda and Melissa!

Amanda is first here with Griffin, a shiba enu who presented for evaluation of left front limb lameness following a traumatic event, he was struck by a car. The only neurologic deficits could be explained by an injury to the left brachial plexus, a network of nerves running from the spine through the neck and down the arm. It was the area that suffered the most significant skin injury, and a stretching injury to the nerves in this area is likely. Griffin's family is treating his injury conservatively with medications and rest in order to help him recover.

Next Melissa is cozying up to Charlie, who was diagnosed with intervertebral disc disease and had back surgery at his T12-T13 disc spaces. He presented to us completely unable to walk, his surgery went very well and he is now home recovering. It will take some time for Charlie to strengthen those muscles but his neurological exams post-op were far better than those prior to his surgery so he is on the road to recovery.

Amanda is next seen cuddling with Izzy, a bichon who also underwent back surgery at almost the same spot as Charlie, T13-L1. Izzy also came in to our clinic unable to walk and is doing much better after surgery. Izzy and Charlie both were diagnosed with intervertebral disc disease, a condition where the cushioning discs between the vertebrae of the spinal column either bulge or burst (herniate) into the spinal cord space. These discs then press on the nerves running through the spinal cord causing pain, nerve damage, and even paralysis.

Finally Melissa is spending quality time with Domino, who also had back surgery but his was a little different from Charlie and Izzy's. Domino's was an acute disc extrusion, his disc problem progressed much quicker than Charlie or Izzy's. From the onset of Domino's symptoms it was mere hours before he was completely paralyzed. His surgery was a little lower on his back than the others, at L1-L2, L2-L3.
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