Tune in to this episode to learn more about how we diagnose and treat pet cancers, and how our treatment plans and goals compare to human medicine. Dr. Amy Plankenhorn joins us to share the knowledge she has gained treating our beloved patients.
For this episode, we sat down to chat with Dr. Duncan to find out more about canine pancreatitis. Listen to this episode to find out what it is, how it happens, and why it really is best not to share our holiday meals with our pets!
The practice of veterinary medicine with cats has change a lot in recent history, thanks to a much broader understanding of cat physiology and to significant improvements in our diagnostic tools. We spoke with Dr. Plankenhorn about these changes, how they came about, and what a modern feline practice looks like.
For the whole month of September, 2020, AHNA will be accepting donations of supplies for Appalachian Wildlife Refuge. Give this episode a listen to learn about their mission and the about wildlife rehabilitation.
This episode is our first technician interview, with one of our longest serving technicians, Robin. We chat about what happens when a pet is hospitalized, and what the IHPC team does, from the beginning of the day all the way through the night.
We chatted with Dr. Scott Loveless again to learn all of the ins and outs of food allergies, from what the usual culprits are, to how they're diagnosed, to how we treat them. If you suspect your pet has a food allergy, give this a listen!
This is an episode about allergies! Specifically, skin allergies, as explained by Dr. Scott Loveless. We talk about symptoms, diagnosis and treatment, and why allergies can be so very frustrating for everyone in the family. Coming soon: food allergies!
This episode is an overview of the spay and neuter procedures at AHNA. We sat down with Dr. Susan Wootten, who explained what both procedures are, why we recommend spaying and neutering, and how to make the it as easy as possible on yourself and on your pet.
In the inaugural episode of the Animal Hospital of North Asheville Podcast we're interviewing representatives from our three recipient organizations - Meals on Wheels, Asheville Cat Weirdos, and Asheville Humane Society. Listen to find out more about each organization and their respective needs.