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Entries by Gayle

Masters of Disguise: Our pet’s pain symptoms and management

We love our pets and want them to keep them happy and healthy! Although we are with them daily, it can be hard to tell when our pets are in pain. Cats are especially good a disguising their pain. Pain can be caused by many factors such as arthritis, urinary issues, dental problems, and following […]

Kennel Cough Awareness

We are seeing an increased number of kennel cough cases around Gallatin Valley. “Kennel Cough” is a highly contagious respiratory infection that can be contracted through the air or nose-to-nose contact with another infected dog. Although dogs cannot get it from the air, the viruses or bacteria can stick on surfaces like fences, water bowls, […]

Dog Bite Prevention

April 9-15 is Dog Bite Prevention Week We all love dogs and consider them to be members of the family. But it is important to recognize that any dog, put in the wrong situation, has the potential to bite. In the United State there are over 70 million dogs living with families. Each year there […]

Radiation

Clover is an 8 year-old female lab-pointer mix Dr. Shari Bearrow adopted when she was 12 weeks old. She is a high-energy dog and loves to run and run and run! She goes with her family hiking, skiing and mountain biking.  She has never had any chronic health problems. One day when petting her a […]

Below is our link to our 2016 year in review! See what went on here at All West! 2016 Year In Review

Year In Review

Below is our year end review! Check out what happened this year at All West 2016-newsletter

Recovery of Roz

Meet Roz Kirk. Roz had been attacked by two dogs in September. He suffered severe injuries to on the abdominal inguinal skin and muscle. When Roz came to us in October, he was dehydrated, not eating and had developed pressure sores from the bandaging. Along with the massive wounds, Roz had contracted a Pseudomonas infection, […]

Acupuncture in Animals

Acupuncture is the process of placing needles below the skin to help stimulate muscles and nerve fibers to promote healing. Acupuncture points are located where nerves enter or pass between muscles and fascia. Stimulation of these points helps to relax tissues and release mediators that reduce pain and inflammation. The needles used in acupuncture can […]

June Patient of the Month

Waylon is our June patient of the month.  She was riding in the back of a pick up truck when she fell/jumped out and shattered her femur.  Although the vehicle was not traveling very fast, it was enough to cause some serious damage.  Broken bones such as the femur or the humerus can actually be […]

April Patient of the Month

Spur is our April Patient of the Month.  While he was playing at the dog park one night, he was rolled by a larger dog.  He came up with a limp and was taken to PETS, the small animal emergency hospital and then brought to All West Veterinary Hospital the next day for a cast and […]

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