Thursday, November 10, 2011

WE Have Lots To Say

For decades we have been sharing our caring ways and knowledge with pet owners and referring veterinarians all over the world. Please take a minute to read our newsletters. Look for articles that you like and give us a call if you have any questions.

Thanks for taking the time.

Dr. Steve Steinberg, VMD, DACVIM (neurology), CCRT

Saturday, June 18, 2011

Video Blog: Why Did We Become Veterinarians?

Almost every client who brings their pet to our wonderful clinic has a tale about how they wanted to be a veterinarian. Obviously, as they are bringing their best pet friends to us, they are animal lovers. Obviously, there is always going to be a fascination about other living creatures that share our world. So what drives us to become veterinarians? Here’s what some of our veterinarian specialists have to say:

Sunday, March 20, 2011

Treating Brain Tumors in Dogs

Steve Steinberg just wrote about his many years of surgically removing brain tumors for DVM magazine. The article with the pictures appears at DVM's website "DVM 360".

Sunday, January 16, 2011

Should Your Dog Use A Walkin’ Wheels Cart?

At our animal rehabilitation center, VCA-VRA, we like to keep a full spectrum of Walkin' Wheels cart components. We like them because they are extremely adjustable, and they have a wide selection of components that we can send owners home with, eliminating the hassle of waiting for an order to be completed and shipped.

This video shows how the cart functions, and how it fits to your dog. If your dog has recently had surgery on its legs, it could be useful to use a cart to help recovery.

While carts are helpful to your dog in some situations, there are times when they might not be the best choice. For instance, if your home has stairs, or if your dog is very large, a cart might be a larger hassle than it is a benefit. Here is another video that shows how to put your dog in a Walkin’ Wheels healing cart.

If you have any questions, contact VCA-VRA today for more information!

Video Blog: Check Out Our Cat Rehabilitation Center

You know the saying "dogs have owners, but cats have servants." In any case cats frequently don't like to go through repetitive routines. Sadly, that's the basis of the typical animal rehabilitation exercise program. Meet Jeffery, a ten month old castrated male domestic short-haired cat who doesn't mind water and who is willing to let us "servants" recommend some repetitive exercises for OUR benefit.

With patience and a great team effort we can get cats into a routine that can lead to improvement in their quality of life issues. To learn more about our cat rehabilitation services, contact VCA-VRA today