How to find a good Veterinarian:Ask around. This is the first step in finding a great Veterinarian:... - 02/19/2021
How to find a good Veterinarian:
Ask around. This is the first step in finding a great Veterinarian: Talk to your family and friends about their Veterinarian.
Do a quality check on the Veterinarian.
Do not hesitate to drive a long distance to see a good Veterinarian.
Place a cold call and talk to the staff.
Ask about their surgical experience.
Find out whether your Veterinarian is an independent dedicated Veterinarian.
Many of my pet patients traveled to see me from all corners of the state of Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina and Texas. Today for my own pet I drove to Fort Lauderdale from West Palm Beach to see the best animal Ophthalmologist Dr. Swinger (Animal Eye Guys-(954) 990-7743). Thanks to his expertise in doing cataract eye surgery, my beloved pet Mickey can see the world again and play again with his toys.
Dr. Arun brings more than 43 years of small animal practice and animal hospital ownership experience to his pet patients.
Coronavirus and VeterinariansWe Veterinarians have diagnosed and tried our best to treat Coronavirus... - 02/14/2021
Coronavirus and Veterinarians
We Veterinarians have diagnosed and tried our best to treat Coronavirus in pets for a long time. Unfortunately a virulent biotype of feline coronavirus (FCoV) known as feline infectious peritonitis virus (FIPV) which is known to occur worldwide is often fatal. This disease occurs most often in young cats. FIPV does not infect dogs. Veterinarians with time learned to treat this coronavirus disease with drugs that include protease inhibitors, nucleoside analogs, RNA polymerase inhibitors, as well as other classes of anti-viral drugs that might target specific aspects of RNA virus replication.
I am hopeful that we will be able to produce a new and effective vaccine against FIPV disease soon with the new Messenger RNA vaccine technology.