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Aspen Meadow Veterinary Specialists
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AMVS is hosting one of Longmont Humane Society's annual Holiday Giving Trees in our lobby. Next time you are in the clinic, stop by and check it out. These donations will provide much needed funds for the animals at LHS. Thank you to all for helping us support such a great cause!
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Have you ever noticed a yellow ribbon on another dog's leash? The yellow dog project was created to help alert others about a dog that may need space and should not be greeted. There are many reasons for this, including possible fear aggression, a dog in training, or a dog being rehabilitated. Please respect this if you come across a yellow ribbon.

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This is Rio. He presented to Dr. Maggie Vandenberg, our neurologist, as a daytime emergency for epilepsy. Rio has had recurrent seizures today, but he is doing well. He was subjected to an e-collar to make sure his catheter stayed in place.
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2014-11-05
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This is Bob. He is 8 years old. He spent the better part of last week with our Internal Medicine team and Dr. Yaphe. Bob presented in renal failure and needed to be hospitalized on fluids. He became a favorite of staff. Since going home, Bob has continued to do well and we wish him a speedy recovery.
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AMVS is a proud sponsor of Wildlands Restoration Volunteers. If you would like to volunteer at one of the events we are sponsoring, check out the Anemone Hill Trail Rehab Project, the Coal Creek Flood Restoration Project, and the Longmont Discovery Trail Flood Rebuild Project on the WRV website. There will be a few AMVS staff members at these events, so come check them out! These events are a great time. 

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This is Ginger. She came in last week for a consultation with our oncologist, Dr. Brooke Fowler, after being diagnosed with hemangiosarcoma. Hemangiosarcoma is a type of cancer that comes from the tissues that make up the blood vessels in the body. Ginger had a limb amputation at her primary veterinarian and began chemotherapy last week. She is such a sweet girl and we wish her the best!
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2014-09-24
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This is Tommy. He had surgery with Dr. Josie Mallinckrodt in June for a hind leg fracture. He has continued to see the surgery team for regular bandage changes to monitor his progress and his bandage was removed yesterday! He still has a few more weeks of recovery, but should be good as new soon! Thank you Tommy for the delicious cake. The staff loved it!
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This is Dexter. He made the trip from Washington to have surgery with Dr. Rooney and Dr. Gall. Dexter underwent a Canine Unicompartmental Elbow (CUE) procedure yesterday. This procedure is a partial elbow replacement. It was developed as a treatment for severe cases of elbow dysplasia where arthroscopic surgery and nonsurgical options are no longer successful. This is a relatively new procedure that has shown great success. Dexter is recovering well and will soon be on his way back home.
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2014-08-06
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You may not know, but Stud Muffin was originally adopted into the AMVS family as a blood donor cat. Over his almost 3 years with us, he has donated blood a handful of times. Today, Stud became a donor for one of our Internal Medicine patients, Frankie. Stud did have to be sedated for the procedure, but he is recovering well. We wish Frankie a quick recovery!
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2014-07-30
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