Veterinary care truly is a collaborative effort. We partner with you and your family veterinarian, and our teams often work together to care for a Patient. That’s what happen with Ziggy, a very special cat who came to us by way of Metairie Small Animal Hospital. Starting with emergency care with Dr. Missy Jackson, then Internal Medicine with Dr. Brigitte McAtee, and then on to Oncology with Dr. Mia Livaccari. Along the way, Ziggy’s mom…
Tuggles was an amazing dog and a true fighter! He was diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma over a year ago and was cared for by medical oncologist Dr. Maura Faller. He recently lost his battle, but will forever remain in our hearts.
Emilio is a three year old Lionhead rabbit who presented to our Hilliard location because he was having trouble breathing. Dr. Barbara Oglesbee diagnosed him with a cancerous mass, and he is undergoing radiation therapy at MedVet Columbus with Dr. Deb Prescott. Radiation has already shrunk the tumor enough to allow him to breathe and feel well enough to eat again! We are so happy for this success, thanks to the combination of talents…
Meet Simpson! This cute little guy had a congenital defect of vessels near is heart that constricted his esophagus which made him unable to eat without regurgutating. Dr. Karl Maritato was able to fix the anomaly and he is now eating with no problems and growing up strong!…
Sunny suffers from IVDD (intervertebral disc disease). Basically, he has many discs in his back that don’t work well, but Sunny doesn’t let his degenerative condition get him down! He goes to the Physical Rehabilitation Department at MedVet Columbus and it’s been reported that he is the happiest dog around! Keep working out and spreading your sunshine, Sunny:)…
Lola was not feeling well and ended up at the MedVet Dayton emergency room. Dr. Kalkwarf and her staff found a simple roundworm infection and got Lola feeling better in no time.
Hally was given 3 months to live when Dr. Liz Kergosien first saw her in August of 2013, but through teamwork, leadership and compassion Hally has beat the odds and continues to live strong.
Sierra was diagnosed with a condition called immune mediated thrombocytopenia where her own body attacked her platelets leaving her at risk for fatal hemorrhage. With the help of Dr. Della Ripa, her disease is in remission. Here she is stopping by to see her favorite doctor and say thank you!…
Toby was sent to Dr. Kathy Wright at MedVet Cincinnati all the way from Anchorage, Alaska for a life-saving cardiac procedure. Cardiologist Dr. Dawn Webber, who worked with Dr. Wright before moving to Alaska, knew Dr. Wright has performed this procedure more than anyone in the country. Toby is an extraordinary dog, who stayed by his owner’s side as she was treated for leukemia five years ago. Now it was her turn to see…
Jackson was referred to the Dermatology service by Dr. Carter in Fall 2015 for skin swelling on his back leg that was worsening despite treatment. Dr. Ashley Detwiler elicited Dr. Suzanna Schwartz’s surgical and wound care experience when it worsened and needed intense management. Dr. Detwiler sent tissue samples to labs around the country and consulted with many colleagues and experts for Jackson’s treatment plan. Jackson was diagnosed with a rare and aggressive…