Kulshan’s Blog

  • Another Interesting Day At The Clinic

    Apr 18 2017

    By Perry Stanfield, DVM One thing I have always loved about my profession is the variety I encounter each day.  That isn’t to say that we don’t experience difficulties: transitioning…

  • Urolithiasis = Urinary Blockage

    Apr 06 2017

    by Dr. Gale Dejong, DVM Urinary obstruction is a common problem in the ruminant animal (cattle, goats, and sheep).  It occurs primarily in the male.  It is an emergency, life…

  • What To Know About Marek’s Disease

    Mar 08 2017

    By Dr. Robin Eggenberger, DVM Springtime is always special for poultry enthusiasts.  Winter is over and it is time to start a new year with some new chicks. If you…

  • Brushing Your Pets Teeth: Realistic or Not?

    Feb 28 2017

    By Kevin Erickson, DVM February is National Pet Dental month and it seems like I’d be shirking my responsibilities if I didn’t write a piece related to pet dental care.…

  • Rabies Vaccinations: Dogs, Cats…and Horses?

    Jan 18 2017

    By Dr. David Sauter, DVM Rabies is a fatal viral disease and all mammals are susceptible.  The virus transmitted in the saliva of a rabid animal, often into a wound…

  • Rat Bait Poisoning in Dogs

    Jan 11 2017

    By: Dr. Dorrie Jordan, DVM Rat bait poisoning in dogs is a common occurrence, especially in a rural or semi rural area. Most people tend to think of warfarin type…

  • Managing Itchy Pets

    Dec 16 2016

    By Dr. Perry Stanfield, DVM Where there is sunshine the doctor starves.  ~Flemish Proverb Back in the dark ages, when I practiced farm animal medicine, I often referred to this…

  • Body Condition in Horses

    Dec 07 2016

    by Dr. Mandy Cha, DVM As we move in to winter, a horse’s energy balance can change drastically with the weather and available feed. Not only do they need more…

  • Veterinary Nursing in Action

    Oct 17 2016

    By Dr. Kevin Erickson, DMV Caring for All Creatures Large & Small would not be possible at Kulshan Veterinary Hospital without the amazing dedication, compassion and skill of our veterinary…

  • Socialization – what’s the big deal?

    Sep 22 2016

    By Dr. Erin West, DVM As a veterinarian, I give a lot of advice.  My job is basically giving constant recommendations on all possible topics involving companion animals.  So when…