Q: Are you hiring?

A:  Our system requires us to constantly look for the quality people we want on our team.  I have found that it is wise to hire those people when they are available – not just when we have a need.  That being said, we are looking extra hard these days.  Since opening...

Q: I love your office staff! How do you keep such a great team?

A:  Thank you for noticing.  The support staff in a veterinary practice plays an extremely important role in patient care, client service, and facility operation.  We work very hard to find, train, and keep the best veterinary staff that can ever be assembled.  (Well,...

Q: Our Maltese woke up this morning slobbering and very anxious. She is shaking, has a dry nose and may be feverish. She has not been exposed to any toxins or rabid animals. My husband is sick with a severe throat. Could she have caught this from him?

A:  It is unusual for pets and people to share most germs.  Almost all viruses are specific to a particular species.  There are some types of bacteria that can pass from people to pets, so it is not impossible that your husband and your dog’s illnesses are...

Researching on the internet

“I’ve done some research and people say that…” I hear these words every day.  Nearly every time what follows is some anecdotal stories from people posting on the internet. My favorite clients are well-informed pet owners who partner with me to provide the best quality...

State of the art veterinary hospital

                   This week marks the two year anniversary of the opening of my practice’s new state of the art veterinary hospital. When I opened Clevengers Corner Veterinary Care just over eleven years ago, my goal was to deliver the highest quality, modern...