Submitted by development on Tue, 12/27/2016 - 20:17
Dr. Smith was raised in Searsport, Maine. She completed a bachelor of Animal Science at the University of Maine before attending the Atlantic Veterinary College of Prince Edward Island. While her love of horses and science are what first drew her to veterinary medicine, she has since developed an interest in working with companion animals and other livestock as well.
Education: Graduated from Atlantic Veterinary College of Prince Edward Island.
Submitted by development on Tue, 12/27/2016 - 20:16
Dr. Bartlett was born and raised in New Gloucester, ME. She grew up riding horses in Pony Club and showing beef cattle in 4-H. She completed a bachelors degree in biology at the University of Maine Presque Isle before attending Colorado State University to earn her degree in veterinary medicine. Dr. Bartlett's interests include chiropractic care as well as medical accupuncture on both small and large animals.
Education: Graduated from Colorado State University.
Submitted by development on Tue, 12/27/2016 - 20:11
Dr. Clark grew up in Lewiston, ME, where he started shadowing a local vet at a young age. He attended the University of New Hampshire where he attained a bachelors degree in Animal Science. He attended veterinary school at the University of Illinois. Dr. Clark's interests are in dairy cattle production medicine and small animal general practice.
Education: Graduated from University of Illinois Veterinary School.
Submitted by development on Fri, 10/21/2016 - 07:38
Over the years our large animal practice has focused primarily on cows, sheep, goats, alpacas and llamas. Now, we’re delighted to add horses to our large animal practice. We’re looking forward to helping you maintain and improve the health of these beautiful, hard-working and intelligent animals.
Submitted by development on Mon, 04/18/2016 - 13:50
As with humans, pets are experiencing longer life spans with improved and accessible health care, technological advancements and better dietary plans.
Various ailments can affect your aging animal. Common illnesses include: mobility issues - weakness of the joints and bones, diabetes, heart disease and conditions, organ disease and cancer. Some conditions cannot be cured but exams and open-conversations with your vet can inform you as to the best coping methods and comforting practices for your senior sidekick.
Submitted by development on Mon, 04/18/2016 - 13:08
Routine visits help identify potential health issues early. Periodic wellness care visits include examination of the sensory organs for sight, hearing and oral upkeep along with physical, respiratory, and cardiac evaluation. And as in the case with any illness, early detection of disease can aid in decreasing discomfort, quicker healing and cost savings.