“Board-certified” is a distinctive credential that means that following veterinary school, a veterinarian has chosen to continue their education through extensive training and rigorous examinations in a particular field of study, such as surgery. Here at Animal Surgical and Orthopedic Center (ASOC), all of our... Read More
There are numerous claims, online and in print, about over-the-counter supplements and their ability to heal many things from diabetes to the common cold. Natural supplements can certainly have their appeal as a mode of treatment, especially if they are a less expensive and less invasive option. The popularity of... Read More
After 3-4 months of development, we are excited to unveil our new website. With a mobile-friendly layout and a new navigational structure, we hope you enjoy the look and organization of the website as much as we do.
Why did we decide to create a new website?
With the ever-changing landscape of specialty veterinary... Read More
Chloe’s owners knew when she was diagnosed with a mast cell tumor on the inside of her ear flap that they wanted it removed ASAP, but they still wanted to preserve her ear. The problem was that in order to get adequate margins around the tumor, a significant amount of tissue would need to be removed, making it virtually... Read More
Fred, an older Aussie mix presented to our clinic about a year ago, with severe osteoarthritis in both of his knees. He had a complete cruciate tear of his right knee, a 50% tear in his left knee and both knees were externally rotated. He had been treated with various joint supplements, both oral and injectable, placed on... Read More
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