May 182014
 

On the May 18th Wake Up Call, our guest Jay Hatfield discusses the rights, laws, and challenges for the physically disabled. We will also be joined by Bob Fenwick, Jay’s co-host on the local TV show, Handy Chat.

 

Vet Tips from Greenbrier Emergency Animal Hospital

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Feb 242012
 

Make sure to go to their blog and website as well:

Find them online at http://www.greenbrier-emergency.com/

For even more information go to their new blog: http://www.greenbrier-emergency.com/blog/

Greenbrier Emergency Animal Hospital is open 365 days a year, including 24-hour coverage on all major holidays.
The clinic is staffed by experienced doctors, technicians and nurses who are committed to offering the highest level of animal care combined with excellent service and compassion. It is our mission at Greenbrier to work in cooperation with the local, referring veterinary community to ensure that each animal receives continuous and exceptional care. No one wants to have an animal emergency, but we understand that when emergencies do arise, you and your pet deserve the highest level of service and courtesy along with the latest and most advanced medical treatment available.
As the newest animal hospital in Charlottesville, we look forward to serving our community and clients with respect and consideration and servicing our patients with compassion and exceptional medical treatment.

 

Vet Tips from Greenbrier Emergency Animal Hospital: urinary incontinence in older female dogs

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Feb 172012
 

Find them online at http://www.greenbrier-emergency.com/

For even more information go to their new blog: http://www.greenbrier-emergency.com/blog/

“Urinary incontinence in older female dogs is a very common and sometimes annoying problem. Why does it happen and how is it treated? This is a questions asked on our facebook page at Greenbrier Emergency Animal Hospital.”

Walk-ins welcome, please call if you are able.

370 Greenbrier Dr., Suite A-2
Charlottesville, VA 22901
(Located on Greenbrier Drive behind the Benjamin Moore
Store and just before Commonwealth Drive.)

Vet Tips from Greenbrier Emergency Animal Hospital: Tremorgenic Mycotoxins

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Dec 072011
 

Tremorgenic mycotoxins produced by molds on foods are a relatively common, and possibly under-diagnosed, cause of tremors and seizures in pet animals. Because of their relatively indiscriminate appetites, dogs tend to be most commonly exposed to tremorgens. These toxins are produced from a variety of fungi, however tremorgens produced by Penicillium spp. are the most commonly encountered. These molds grow on practically any food, including dairy products, grains, nuts, and legumes; compost piles may also provide a source of tremorgens. Tremorgens have a several different mechanisms of actions: some alter nerve action potentials, some alter neurotransmitter action, and while others alter neurotransmitter levels. The overall affect is the development of muscle tremors and seizures.

Find them online at http://www.greenbrier-emergency.com/

For even more information go to their new blog: http://www.greenbrier-emergency.com/blog/

Nov 012011
 
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Mushroom Toxicity! The ground is soggy, and mushrooms are growing wild! Are They toxic? What should you do if your pet eats a mushroom? Tune into Dr. Tripp Stewart for all the answers!

Make sure to go to their blog and website as well:

Find them online at http://www.greenbrier-emergency.com/

For even more information go to their new blog: http://www.greenbrier-emergency.com/blog/

Greenbrier Emergency Animal Hospital is open 365 days a year, including 24-hour coverage on all major holidays.
          The clinic is staffed by experienced doctors, technicians and nurses who are committed to offering the highest level of animal care combined with excellent service and compassion. It is our mission at Greenbrier to work in cooperation with the local, referring veterinary community to ensure that each animal receives continuous and exceptional care. No one wants to have an animal emergency, but we understand that when emergencies do arise, you and your pet deserve the highest level of service and courtesy along with the latest and most advanced medical treatment available.
          As the newest animal hospital in Charlottesville, we look forward to serving our community and clients with respect and consideration and servicing our patients with compassion and exceptional medical treatment.

Vet Tips from Greenbrier Emergency Animal Hospital: Your Animal Questions!

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Oct 242011
 

Today Dr. Tripp Stewart answers your questions! Feel free to ask him questions right here on Cvillepodcast.com or go their facebook page and like  Greenbrier Emergency Animal Hospital!

Make sure to go to their blog and website as well:

Find them online at http://www.greenbrier-emergency.com/

For even more information go to their new blog: http://www.greenbrier-emergency.com/blog/

Vet Tips from Greenbrier Emergency Animal Hospital: Intervertebral disc disease

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Sep 192011
 

In this installment of Vet Tips from Greenbrier Emergency Animal Hospital, Dr. Tripp Stewart discusses ‘Intervertebral disc disease

Find them online at http://www.greenbrier-emergency.com/

For even more information go to their new blog: http://www.greenbrier-emergency.com/blog/

Aug 292011
 

In this installment of Vet Tips from Greenbrier Emergency Animal Hospital, Dr. Tripp Stewart discusses in the cost of going to Vet and what you need to know when you make your visit. Find them online at http://www.greenbrier-emergency.com/

For even more information go to their new blog: http://www.greenbrier-emergency.com/blog/

Vet Tips from Greenbrier Emergency Animal Hospital: Gastric Dilatation-Volvulus

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Aug 222011
 

In this installment of Vet Tips from Greenbrier Emergency Animal Hospital, Dr. Tripp Stewart discusses in detail Gastric Dilatation-Volvulus

Find them online at http://www.greenbrier-emergency.com/

For even more information go to their new blog: http://www.greenbrier-emergency.com/blog/

Aug 012011
 

In this installment of Vet Tips from Greenbrier Emergency Animal Hospital, Dr. Tripp Stewart discusses in detail how heartworm disease spreads and affects dogs, cats and ferrets. He argues that prevention is the key to avoiding expensive treatment.

(Picture of a heartworm (”Dirofilaria immitis”) microfilaria taken through a microscope at 40x. Taken by Joel Mills on April 21, 2005)

Vet Tips from Greenbrier Emergency Animal Hospital: Ferrets as pets?

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Jul 112011
 

Dr. Tripp Stewart from Greenbreier Emergency has this quick podcast will talk about Ferrets and if they have a  place as pets!

 Find them online at http://www.greenbrier-emergency.com/

For even more information go to their new blog: http://www.greenbrier-emergency.com/blog/

Vet Tips from Greenbrier Emergency Animal Hospital: Canine Distemper

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Jul 052011
 

Canine Distemper: Make Sure Your Dog Is Vaccinated!

Canine distemper is a very serious, contagious virus found in dogs that attacks the immune system, making them more susceptible to other infections, including bacterial and parasitic infections. Sneezing, coughing, pneumonia, anorexia, fever, vomiting and diarrhea are all potential signs of this disease.

Find them online at http://www.greenbrier-emergency.com/

For even more information go to their new blog: http://www.greenbrier-emergency.com/blog/