Dr. Eric performing a physical exam on an emu. Watch out they kick!
Dr. Eric checking out an ear cytology
This is how we are able to tell what type of infection is in the patient's ears. After we determine if it is fungal, bacterial or inflammatory we will pick an appropriate treatment. We also make note of how bad the infection was so we can note progress at the recheck exam.
IDEXX in house blood analyzers
Procyte Dx, Catalyst One, Sedivue Dx, Vetlab UA
Dr. Hatcher, Julie and Alex taking some radiographs
Dr. Eric's son, Levi, getting ready for his first emergency farm call.
A few Amish tractors
The horses got to take a short break from the field while we checked on the dairy herd.
Mess with the bull and you'll get the horns! This little angel was a especially unpleasant to vaccinate.
Remote Drug Delivery System
Dr. Eric is preparing a tranquilizer dart to castrate some wild hogs! Sometimes our patients outweigh us by a couple hundred pounds (750lb) and wont allow us easy access when in the field. Our veterinarians calculate specific drug combinations that work together to allow our patients the best anesthetic event and keep us safe. The hog never looked up from his dinner bowl when the dart was administered. He quietly found an area in the pasture to lay down for his procedure after his snack.