Veterinary Specialty Hospital and SymbioCellTech are conducting a new clinical trial using canine stem cells to treat pet dogs with diabetes. SymbioCellTech has developed a novel method for the treatment of canine insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus using canine stem cells. After extensive pre-clinical research, this treatment is now being offered at VSH as an FDA-approved pilot study. The goals of this novel therapy are to: 

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As we gather with family and friends to celebrate Thanksgiving, many of us also want to include our dogs and cats in the festivities. Unfortunately, what’s delicious and safe for us to eat, is often dangerous for our pets. From a simple stomachache to more severe complications that can lead to surgery or even death, please follow some simple tips to keep your pets safe this Thanksgiving. If you must include your pet in the celebrations, boil them some turkey meat in plain water. 

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Hydrotherapy

By Dr. Matt Cleveland, DVM, DACVS 

Hydrotherapy (water therapy) comes in different forms.  Underwater treadmill therapy and swimming are the two mainstays of hydrotherapy and both are fantastic options for patients needing to improve strength, joint range in motion, coordination, limb function, and potentially stimulate more rapid post-operative healing.

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