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Stepping Up

Posted on February 18, 2015 Categories: In The News,

Someone has to be missing her; she’s too well-behaved, too calm and too healthy not to have been someone’s beloved pet. She doesn’t jump, she stays off of the furniture unless she’s told she can get up, she’s chill on car trips and greets everyone. She’s gentle with children and kind to adults and other animals (save for squirrels; they drive her nuts). “She was well taken care of,” Leigha Messick, the Read More

Kenai’s Knee History

Posted on February 18, 2015 Categories: In The News,

February 2011 Kenai my 2 year old, 120 lb, Great Dane was running around our back yard enjoying a crisp winter day. I had just adopted Kenai from a rescue group in Tennessee five months earlier and since she came into my family she has been one happy little girl. She has a Great Dane sister named Akela, a nice fenced in back yard, more toys then she knows what to do Read More

Prosthetic limbs offer animals new lease on life

Posted on February 18, 2015 Categories: In The News,

With prosthetic limbs, Chantilly business offers animals new lease on life Screwdrivers and pliers may not be typical tools of the trade for a veterinary business, but Derrick Campana knows his company, Animal Orthocare, is anything but typical. These and more hardware tools crowd the walls and surfaces of a small workshop, one of two main rooms that make up the offices of Animal Orthocare in Chantilly. And in the corner sits… Read More

Duke: Overcoming the Odds

Posted on February 18, 2015 Categories: In The News,

Veterinary medicine can be both very challenging and very rewarding. It can also be much like the quote from Forrest Gump, “….is like a box of chocolates. You never know what you’re going to get.” Well, this holds true in our practices as well. Each day can bring on something new and exciting. We also meet some amazing people and equally amazing pets or patients. This is the case with Duke, a Read More