We have two new internists joining Jonathan Schnier, DVM, DACVIM and Kristi Sluiter, DVM, DACVIM in our internal medicine department. Click “Learn More” to get to know them! Dr. Genna Atiee and Dr. Janet Bailey bring a wealth of experience and advanced training to VETMED, and we are excited to see our internal medicine service further expand with.. read more →
Liliana Mutascio, DVM, MS, DACVS-SA and Deandra Owen, DVM, DACVS-SA both recently passed the final phase of their board certifications and are now Diplomates of the American College of Veterinary Surgeons. Earning board certification in veterinary surgery is difficult, requiring successful completion of additional years of training, research and two phases of a rigorous examination process… read more →
During the holiday season, we eat all kinds of goodies that are delicious. Many pet owners want to share some of these tasty treats with their pets during holiday dinners, but what is okay for humans isn’t always safe for pets. VETMED wants you to know what you can share with your pet this holiday.. read more →
Camping is a fun activity for the whole family. There is no reason you can’t bring your pets with you, as long as you do so safely. VETMED has a few tips for how you can safely enjoy a camping trip with your furry family members tagging along. Make Yourself Noticeable If your pet will.. read more →
While we like to think that nothing bad will ever happen to our beloved dog, accidents happen, and dogs may wind up with a head injury. Unfortunately, you can’t call an ambulance for your dog, so what are you supposed to do in this situation? VETMED in Phoenix, Arizona, understands that the situation is stressful.. read more →
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