For this episode we sat down with Animal Hospital of North Asheville's new Hospital Manager, Sierra Allen, to talk about what exactly a Register Vet Techs (RVT) does, and the things that make us love our jobs.
Check in on our podcast regularly to hear our vets discuss a variety of fascinating topics related to veterinary care!
Tune in to this episode to learn more about how we diagnose and treat pet cancers, and how our treatment plans and goals compare to human medicine. Dr. Amy Plankenhorn joins us to share the knowledge she has gained treating our beloved patients.A Closer Look at Pet Cancers, with Dr. Amy Plankenhorn
This episode we talked with Dr. Amy Plankenhorn and learn about how Feline Medicine has evolved and how it is helping veterinarians to provide the best care for your feline friend.
In this AHNA Podcast, we talked with Winslow Umberger from the Appalachian Wildlife Refuge. Learn about how this lifesaving organization started and how they have grown. Winslow will be giving tips on what you can do to help wildlife and what to do if you find an injured or orphaned animal. Also, learn all the different ways you can help support Appalachian Wildlife through donations (monetary and supplies), as well as volunteering and internships opportunities. This is an exciting episode!
Learn first hand what our in patient care team does to take care of your pet while they are hospitalized. Listen to our interview with one of our patient care nurses.
We chatted with Dr. Scott Loveless again to learn all of the ins and outs of food allergies, from what the usual culprits are, to how they're diagnosed, to how we treat them. If you suspect your pet has a food allergy, give this a listen!
We sat down with Dr. Susan Wootten for an overview of the spay and neuter options at Animal Hospital of North Asheville. She explained why spaying or neutering is important to your pet's health, and why it is more than just preventing unwanted litters. Dr. Wootten discusses what is involved with the different procedures, and how to make it as easy as possible on yourself and on your pet before and after the procedure.
Join Dr. Morgan Frye to learn what makes Fear Free special and how we incorporated principles into the practice at AHNA visits to help lower the stress in our patients. Learn how to identify stress in your pet and steps we take to make them more comfortable. Learn how a great visit starts at home and what you can do to help.
In this episode, we chat with Dr. Amy Plankenhorn about what canine heartworm disease is, what the symptoms are, and its treatment. There are some facts that may surprise you.