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Dr Heather Jenkins -  favorite areas of practice
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Wildlife Rehabilitation

Dr. Jenkins is certified with the United States Department of Agriculture as a wild life rehabilitator with a specialty in turtles. Law prohibits wildlife rehabilitation from taking place as a paid veterinary service. In her personal time, Heather takes turtles that have been hit by cars or suffering other maladies, rehabilitates them in her personal time, and returns them to their natural habitat.
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Does your puppy or dog need obedience classes?

Healing Springs Animal Hospital hosts dog training classes by Dr. Jenkins and Stephanie Burnette.  People interested in signing up for classes should call (276) 236-5103.

Classes run in four series: Puppy, Basic Obedience, Intermediate, and Advanced. 

Visit Healing Springs Animal Hospital to sign up
http://healingspringsanimalhospital.com/index_files/Dog_Training.htm
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Camelid Veterinary Medicine

Dr. Jenkins has done considerable post-graduate work in camelid medicine (llamas and alpacas). Most recently, she volunteered at an alpaca research facility high in the mountains of Peru. There she had the opportunity to do more camelid reproductive work than most American vets do in a lifetime. In particular, the research station is gathering information to develop protocols for the care of pregnant and newborn camelid.

Free:  Alpaca General Medicine Handbook
http://healingspringsanimalhospital.com/Images/ALPACA-GENERAL-MEDICINE-LECTURE.pdf
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Invites you to visit Healing Springs Animal Hospital in Galax, VA

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Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist

Dr. Jenkins obtained her certification in veterinary acupuncture from the Chi Institute in Reddick, Florida. This involved exams, a peer reviewed written case report, and a year of completing courses in small animal acupuncture, equine acupuncture, mixed practice veterinary acupuncture, and European veterinary acupuncture.  Dr. Jenkins now offers veterinary acupuncture to clients to compliment the modern western medicine techniques that we use primarily. She has found veterinary acupuncture particularly useful in cases that have a neurological component.

 Learn more about how acupuncture can help your pet by visiting
http://www.healingspringsanimalhospital.com/index.htm
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