Full Circle Veterinary Alternatives is a referral based veterinary practice dedicated to Animal Rehabilitation, Veterinary Acupuncture, Herbal Medicine and Animal Chiropractic. Diagnostics and conventional treatments are required through the patient's conventional practice prior to referral. Any ongoing diagnostics and medication prescriptions and refills will be performed by the referring conventional veterinarian. Our focus is on our unique modalities and supportive patient care.

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Chuck IT Tips for Active Dogs

Can my dog play Chuck IT? You know the game.  You put the ball into the long lever arm of the Chuck It and suddenly you can throw four times farther.  So is this a great game?   This is a tricky question to answer.  Very active dogs need a lot of exercise.  And unless you […]

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Safe Swimming Tips for Dogs

Swimming is a low impact activity that can have some definite benefits for dogs going through a rehab program, or for healthy dogs exercise plans.  It can be great for cardiovascular fitness.  So why do i often cringe when asked “Should I swim my dog?”. First, we need to establish what “going for a swim” […]

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Chiropractic Care

It has been 3 months since I graduated from the Veterinary Chiropractic Learning Center (VCLC) and became certified with the College of Animal Chiropractors (CoAC).    I am amazed by the number of Full Circle patients that have already benefitted from this new treatment system!  When I do an initial rehab evaluation for my patients, I […]

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Under the Scope: Part 2

CYTOLOGY: At Full Circle we also carry out microscopic examination on skin scrapings and skin smears. Looking at the sample under the microscope can give us an idea if any infectious agents, such as bacteria or yeast, are in overabundance.  Aspirates and swabs of lumps, and skin samples can also give us information about the […]

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Under the Scope: Part 1

In the field of veterinary medicine, different laboratory tools are used to help diagnose different ailments. One of the most frequently uses is the microscope which allows us to take a closer look at things that are not  visible or distinct to the unaided eye. URINALYSIS One of the most common tests we run at Full […]

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