Smith Veterinary Hospital, Labrador Retriever Club of the Twin Cities and Dr. Stephen Bistner presented The FallEye CERF and Microchip clinic.
Smith Veterinary Hospital hosted a clinic to collect blood samples for submission to the Airedale Health Foundations research project. The clinic was a success and samples were collected on 42 Airedales! We received a very nice thank you card from Mr. Les Lueck, secretary of the Twin Cities Airedale Terrier Club.
Dr. Smiths article Canine Pyometra received a certificate of recognition from Elsevier Inc for being one of the top 25 most downloaded articles from Science Direct in 2010. There were 922 requests for full text access. The article was originally published in 2006 in the International Journal of Animal Reproduction, Theriogenology.
Smith Veterinary Hospital held an OptiGen 20/20 Clinic in conjunction with the Labrador Retriever National Specialty in Chino, CA. OptiGen home page
Smith Veterinary Hospital now offers Cold Laser Therapy. Cold Laser (Therapeutic Laser) does not produce heat. It can help reduce pain and swelling and increase range of motion in pets. It can be used for muscle/ligament injuries, arthritis, tendonitis and even post operatively. If you think your pet might benefit from cold laser therapy, please call to us.
Smith Veterinary Hospital is now able to utilize our new portable dental x-ray machine. This machine enables us to focus in on specific areas of your pets mouth to aide in diagnosis and treatment options. This machine also helps us to radiograph pocket pets and birds!