Friday, June 27, 2008

All Digital And No Film!

Veterinary Associates of Cape Cod is a fully digital diagnostic imaging hospital, and has one of the most advanced imaging systems in New England. From integrated digital ultrasound, digital radiology (x-rays), to digital dental radiology, our image quality is vastly superior to traditional film x-rays. That means our patients receive a more accurate diagnosis and superior care, all with our patients receiving 75% less radiation exposure than traditional film x-ray. We can even give you your pet’s high quality diagnostic imaging on a compact disc – just ask!

Monday, June 23, 2008

Working On the Web

I have been working on our Vets Giving Back web page and new Project Samana web page. Writing after long days at VACC has slowed the process, but we are inching forward on these new pages.

The new web pages will highlight the work we do in Samana. For the last sixteen years, led by Dr. Labdon, we have been supplying veterinary care every six months to this isolated peninsula in the Dominican Republic. And the efforts are showing, as more and more animals receive care in this region.

Our new pages will also show some of the little faces the VACC Pet Fund has helped, as well as our commitment to our military, local fire and police personnel.

Look for the new web pages later this summer!

Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Stress Relief…

I love being a vet, but like most jobs, it can really have some stressful moments. From tough surgeries, complex cases, to bad outcomes, it seems like you age a little with every difficult case.

That said, there is something in almost every day that makes you smile ear to ear. Take this little load of kittens; what a stress relief!

Sunday, June 15, 2008

Thursday, June 12, 2008

Back From Samana

It is great to be back from Project Samana. We did over 96 small animal surgeries with some great results. We go to this region every six months to help the animals and people in this developing nation. More pics will follow, with a great case that really helped one dog. In the meantime it is great to be back at VACC.