May, 5, 2017
Have you had your veterinarian
inform you of a cruciate issue on your dog? Does your dog suffer
from chronic, long term lameness in his or her hind legs? Our
clinic's featured procedure of the week. Kyon's Extra
Articular Lateral Suture System (RUBY). Our clinic is now
offering additional modern medicine for the benefit of our
patients. This 'RUBY' procedure aids in the repair of a ruptured
cranial cruciate ligament in our canine friends. The titanium
anchor contains a synth...etic
ruby islet that helps prevent wear of the super strong Dyneema
suture implant. The other potential advantage of this system is
the immediate post op stabilization of the stifle (quicker
recovery to normal activity), less invasive than an osteotomy,
and more economical. If your pet is suffering from a long
lasting limp, or is having a hard time getting up from a
sitting, or lying position, please give our clinic a call.
Prizes, drawings, giveaways, and
good food are just a few of the great things we have planned for
our 3rd Annual Open House on the 20th! Dr. Kathleen Inman
will offer chiropractic services at half price that day for all
species, and Dr. Sarah kelly will be available to answer any
veterinary questions our guests may have. It will be a
great and educational day!
We are also excited to announce
that Dr Scott Bennett will joining as our guest speaker during
Open House! Dr Bennett will be doing a lecture on Distribution
of Concussion as it relates to lameness. He will also cover new
joint therapy options, including stem cell treatments now
Here is a little information
about Dr Bennett and the wonderful things he has done in the
veterinary medicine world:
Dr. Scott Bennett attended
University where he received his doctorate in veterinary
medicine in 1977. He began practice in Kentucky in late 70's as
resident veterinarian of a large breeding and training
operation. In 1982 Dr. Bennett started Equine Services, PSC. His
goal was to offer a multi-faceted surgical medical hospital with
state of the art techniques and diagnostic. Equine services has
continued true to its initial goals of providing treatments and
answers to our patientsí needs being 1st in many procedures
1st to develop a viable surgical tubal
(oviduct) patency and treatment in the equine species.
transfer in the american saddlehorse beginning in 1980.
endoscopic hysteroscopy starting in 1978 and later laser
hysteroscopic treatment of the uterus.
interspecies embryo transfer between the zebra and domestic
for use of IRAP (interleukin Receptor Antagonist Protein) in
the United States.
Beta Site for
Stem cell processing
bloodflow MRI imaging in the equine limb and laminatic horse.
June 15, 2015
Please join us in
welcoming our newest member of the Monrovia Equine & Small
Animal team - Dr. Sarah Kelly. Check out our staff page to
get to know a little more about Dr. Kelly!
It's time to celebrate
Monrovia Equine & Small Animal's one year anniversary with an
Open House from 5pm - 8pm on February 21, 2015! In
celebration of this special year, we will be giving away over
$5000 in prizes (all visitors eligible for prizes, entrants do
not need to be present to win, winners will be drawn 2/23/15)!
Come enjoy BBQ and music, tour the clinic, view our stallions,
and meet our veterinarians and staff. Visit our
facebook page or the
event page for the most
up-to-date information on this event!
Now taking reservations for 2015
foaling stalls, fall/winter track lay-ups, and rehabilitation
Our first Equine Extravaganza is
a wrap, and we'd like to thank everyone for coming out and
supporting the event, as well as the great causes that benefited
from the silent auction.