From Business: We provide ambulatory, on-the-farm, primary care for large animals including: horses, cattle, goats/sheep, llamas/alpacas, and other companion farm animals. Refer Ranch has everything from equine supplements, workers, and treats to halters and leads, as well as gear for the stall and a beautiful boarding facility.
Valley Equine Veterinary Service Inc offers full-service ambulatory veterinary care to horses and other large animals, such as cattle, sheep, swine and goats. Learn About Our Practice Call on us for the best in equine and horse care.
Dr. Armando Into brings a special interest in working with lameness, diminished athletic performance, chronic musculoskeletal issues, and acute tension and stiffness in the horse. Using a combination of chiropractic, acupuncture, and traditional veterinary medicine, he offers integrative care to help enhance performance, function, and quality of life for your horse.
Our clients who have had the opportunity to work with Dr. Into rave about him and especially appreciate his very gentle, extremely knowledgeable, skilled, and direct approach to treating their horses. Dr. Whitney lives in Port Orchard with her husband, Jeff, and their son, as well as their four-legged family: Elinor, their teacup lab, their cat, Magellan Mae, and a Dutch Warm blood broodmare, Winona.
In her free time, Dr. Whitney enjoys hiking in the beautiful Pacific Northwest, kayaking, crafting, and baking. She spent a couple of years in Ellensburg, WA studying at Central Washington University before returning to her hometown.
Ella likes to hunt, fish, ride her Quarter Horse, Cruz, spend time with her husband, family, friends, and her Aussie, Xander. Jeffrey is a native of Kitsap County, who has many years of experience in training horses and their riders, preparing them for the show ring.
STILLWATER EQUINE VETERINARY CLINIC COVID-19 -19 POLICY For all appointments: Please limit the number of people involved to a minimum. For clinic appointments : Please use the side door to access the front office.
The front door is locked, you may also check in by calling from your vehicle. Our Clinic is located in Oviedo just around the corner of Tuskawilla Rd & Red Bug Lake Rd for veterinary acupuncture, chiropractic, laser therapy and other services.
Gastrointestinal disorders: diarrhea gastric ulcers' colic vomiting constipation and impaction In TCM, animals and humans are viewed as tiny parts of an infinite universe subject to laws that govern all living and nonliving things.
The fundamental concept is that an animal or person who follows these general laws of nature will reap the benefits of good health. Acupuncture is not a stand-alone procedure in this framework; rather, it is a part of a much larger medical system encompassing acupuncture, combustion (the burning of Mona, a soft downy material, on the skin in the treatment of various disorders), Tina (massage), breathing exercises, nutrition, herbal medicine and even philosophy of life.
The goal of TCM is to diagnose imbalances in the life force (QI), determine their causes and subsequently remove those causes from the patient's environment (treatment). Within this conceptual framework, acupuncture is used to “communicate” with body organs and tissues through special channels or meridians.
Some critics assert that Western medicine has a mechanistic view of health, reducing disease and illness to specific cellular and molecular systems. Outstanding medical advances have been made using the western viewpoint, but, according to the Eastern tradition, the sum of the whole body still is greater than its parts.
In her book, Between Heaven and Earth, Harriet Be infield proposed an analogy: “comparing an acupuncturist with a Western veterinary or medical practitioner is similar to comparing a gardener and a mechanic” The gardener considers the totality of his or her plants' environment (sunlight, density of planting, types and amounts of fertilizer, temperature, water, etc. While the owner is talking, the vet takes the dog's temperature and then begins to perform a physical exam that includes listening to the heart and bowel sounds and palpating the abdomen to check for any masses.
In contrast, the vet trained in TCM asks questions about the dog's behavior and previous history, which may be similar to the questions that the traditional vet asks, such as: “Does the dog drink small or large amounts of water at one time?” But to a practitioner of TCM, these questions are all valid because the patient is an individual made up of physical, mental and emotional components.
While the owner is relating this information, the TCM practitioner observes the animal's behavior in the exam room, checking her tongue, looking at the dog's body shape and examining her skin and coat. The next part of the exam includes listening to the chest with a stethoscope and taking note of the breathing sounds and the character of her bark.
In addition, he or she will check the dog's pulse (which provides information about organ systems and their locations on energy pathways) and also will assess specific areas along the back, sides and abdomen. Finally, the TCM practitioner smells for specific odors emanating from the eyes, nose, ears and mouth, which all play a part in the diagnostic process.
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We at Cornerstone Veterinary Hospital are excited to provide loving care for your family pets. We strive to create a warm, welcoming environment as we give each pet the individual attention that he or she deserves.
Our goal is to enhance both the quality and length of your pet's life by offering a wide range of services including medical, surgical and dental care. Cornerstone Veterinary Hospital is a full service animal hospital and welcomes both emergency treatment cases and pet patients in need of routine medical, surgical, and dental care.
Our doctor, Dana Gill has years of experience treating serious conditions and offering regular pet wellness care. Beyond first-rate pet care, we make our clinic comfortable, kid-friendly, and calm, so your pet can relax in the waiting room and look forward to meeting our Oklahoma City veterinarian.
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Dr. Dana Gill Southeast Oklahoma City Veterinarian | Cornerstone Veterinary Hospital | 405-265-6262 Stephanie began working with Dr. Gill at her previous clinic in September 2004 and moved to CVH when the practice opened.
She has on-the-job training as a Veterinary Assistant with Dr. Gill and has completed courses in small business management through Rose State College. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family, helping with the youth at her church, and singing with the band at her church.
She graduated from Heritage College with her associates degree in Veterinary Technology in December 2016 and is currently studying for the national board exams. She graduated from Southern Connecticut State University in 2006 with a concentration in Art, Psychology and Biology.
Soon after graduating, she married her true love and moved to Florida. Jaime has always had a passion for animals which is shown by her compassion and eagerness to help where needed.
I brought in a stray cat with an injury, and they helped him, and me, with love and at an overly reasonable price. Her passion for the animals health and her compassion makes her a great doctor.
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