Food Allergy trials in dogs

15 Dec No Comments Neumeister Animal Hospital Education

Signs A food allergy is a reaction to food involving the dog’s immune system. A protein particle in the food usually causes the reaction. Typical signs can include itching, licking, chewing paws etc. In some case the dogs may only show chronic otitis. Gastrointestinal signs such as vomiting, diarrhea, belching,

New light on laser therapy

1 Dec No Comments Neumeister Animal Hospital Topics

Many of our existing clients might be aware of the Class IV Deep Tissue Laser Therapy Dr. Neumeister has been implementing since years for a variety different treatments. We have information about the use of laser therapy at the following link of our website: http://neumeisteranimalhospital.com/laser-therapy/ Now that laser therapy has entered its

ChiChi – update

7 Jun No Comments Neumeister Animal Hospital Topics

We would like to share an email we received from Bianca Perkins who’s professional service dog ChiChi is sponsored by Neumeister Animal Hospital. On May 8th when ChiChi visited NICC.  Cathy Davis (a Neumeister client) invited us to visit during finals week to help students relax and destress in between classes/final

Neumeister Animal Hospital Holiday Party!

2 Dec No Comments Neumeister Animal Hospital Topics

We all had lots of fun spending time together at our holiday party. This year we went to “Pinot’s Palette” and painted some “majestic bovines” while snacking on great Greek food from The Corner grill on University.          

Dental composite placement to seal diastema

12 Nov No Comments Neumeister Animal Hospital Education

Dr. Abe Trone, DVM and Dr. Jim Neumeister, DDS are working as a team on “Little Bay” to seal a diastema by placing composite around his tooth. On a couple photos we can also see Dr. Mary Lynn Neumeister’s other horse, Zeus, offering advice 😉 Dr. Trone performs debridement and

Mild weather means Fleas and ticks are thriving!

8 Nov No Comments Neumeister Animal Hospital Education

We have all been enjoying the nice weather with mild temperatures! Unfortunately the fleas and ticks are thriving in this weather as well. We have been seeing a large increase of patients with fleas and also had patients test positive for Lyme disease after being infected by ticks. Flea infestations

Sebaceous Cyst

25 Oct No Comments Neumeister Animal Hospital Case of the week

As a rule:  if you discover any kind of growth on your pet we urgently recommend you have it checked out by Dr. Neumeister. During the exam Dr. Neumeister will check the entire body of your pet to determine the location, number and appearance of any growths. If the growth turns

Chewing Lice – Mallophaga

18 Aug No Comments Neumeister Animal Hospital Case of the week

    A client presented with a 7-week-old puppy for his first puppy exam. The client noted that she noticed something moving on the puppy’s skin and that it seemed extremely itchy and had dandruff-like flakes. Rubbing, scratching, and biting of infested areas can be signs of louse infestation. Heavy

Splenic Hematoma

21 Jul No Comments Neumeister Animal Hospital Case of the week

Warning: Some people might find the images in this article graphic! Continue at own risk.   A 10-year-old neutered male Australian Shepherd mix was presented for a second opinion after being diagnosed with a possible Hemangiosarcoma. Hemangiosarcoma is a fast growing, highly invasive variety of cancer that arises from the

Sherry

23 Apr No Comments Neumeister Animal Hospital Topics

Thank you Sherry for all the years of dedication here at Neumeister Animal Hospital, and making this a better place! Congratulations on your MBA and the opportunity for a new career!

Emotional Support Animals (ESA)

30 Jan No Comments Neumeister Animal Hospital Education

An emotional support animal (ESA) is a companion animal which provides therapeutic benefit, such as alleviating or mitigating some symptoms of the disability, to an individual with a mental or psychiatric disability. Emotional support animals are typically dogs and cats, but may include other animals. A person must meet the federal

Diabetes in cats and dogs

22 Oct No Comments Neumeister Animal Hospital Topics ,

Type I diabetes – most common in dogs –  occurs when the pancreas is incapable of producing or secreting adequate levels of insulin. This is also called insulin-dependent diabetes. Obese dogs and female dogs may run a greater risk of developing diabetes later in life (6-9 years of age). Some breeds may

Dental Surgery

13 Oct No Comments Neumeister Animal Hospital Case of the week

Dental surgery for cats and dogs is a routine procedure at Neumeister Animal Hospital. It ranges from preventive care to tooth extractions. You can read up on our routine dental procedures by clicking on the following link: http://neumeisteranimalhospital.com/dental-disease/ In this particular case a dog was scheduled for a routine cleaning. After