Lilly

Lilly

Lilly was first diagnosed with kidney and bladder stones a few years ago. She had surgery to remove her bladder stones. Unfortunately, surgery to remove kidney stones can be very dangerous and usually is only done if the stones are going to obstruct the kidney. Sadly, this was the case a couple years later for poor Lilly, and she had to have a stent placed in her ureter at the specialty center. All was well again until recently, when she came in lethargic and in pain.

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Rusty

Rusty

Rusty came to us due to a several day history of poor appetite and lethargy. He had a very enlarged lymph node under his jaw, and his blood work showed very high calcium levels. First on our list of likely diseases was, unfortunately, a type of cancer called lymphoma. We prepared his owner for some likely bad news, but we did the tests to confirm the potential diagnosis- a sample of the enlarged node looking for cancer cells.

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Bonnie Bee

Bonnie Bee

Bonnie Bee is a heartworm survivor! She is also sweet as can be. Lucky for Bonnie, her heartworm infection was detected with a routine heartworm test screening, before she developed symptoms. Treatment involves 3 injections, a few weeks apart, as well as 6 weeks of strict rest.

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Vote for us! 2016 Best of Treasure Valley.

Vote for us! 2016 Best of Treasure Valley.

For 28 years, the Idaho Statesman has asked its readers to help determine the best of Treasure Valley! The All Valley Animal Care Center has been voted the #1 Veterinary Hospital by the Idaho Statesmen's "2014 and 2015 Best of Treasure Valley" thanks to our many wonderful clients and patients! We have been nominated for the 2016 award and would be honored to win the award again this year, but we need your help!
 

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Update On Canine Influenza

Update On Canine Influenza

Update on Canine Influenza or H3N2. Our doctors have recently attended continuing education about this newest canine influenza virus, H8N2. This virus has shown up in Rigby, Idaho and there have been outbreaks in Seattle and Montana.

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