Diary of a Veterinarian

This area should be seen as first hand accounts on issues I have faced over the years as well as common issues I have run into within Veterinary practices. It is meant to be informative, not conclusive of what can be going on with your loved animal. I must point out, every animal's issues are unique and should be approached accordingly. If you feel it is an emergency, then there is no replacement for a clinical evaluation with your Veterinarian. I suggest taking your animal in person to be evaluated. However, I am here anytime for you to schedule a consultation to help you determine possible causes, as well as additional treatment options through a second opinion. Enjoy!

  • Dr. Maggie Little

Pearls of Veterinary Wisdom

Updated: Mar 3, 2018

Some helpful Pearls





Don’t put anything smaller than your elbow in your dog or cat’s ear




When you visit your regular Veterinarian, try to remember, these folks probably love your animals as much as you do.



Blood from the nostrils is an Emergency and your animal needs to be seen right away



Breathing is imperative and if your animal is having difficulty breathing, this is an Emergency and your animal needs to be seen right away



Animals have pain and this is a vital sign



My personal favorite---“A Veterinary Hospital is not like Burger King; you cannot always have it your way”

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