Entries by Dr. Wilson

Meet Nancy Oxton

Nancy Oxton: Veterinary Assistant/Service Coordinator Nancy has worked as a veterinary technician in small animal and shelter medicine since 2002. She has worked in general practice and emergency medicine in Virginia, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Maine. She enjoys spending her free time with her family and her pets, which consist of a fleet of Dachshunds, […]

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Top 6 Benefits Of Acupuncture For Dogs

Veterinary acupuncture for dogs (and other pets) is a therapeutic treatment method that involves the insertion of sterile needles. For humans, acupuncture is a fantastic alternative or complementary treatment to treat chronic pain. For pets, the benefits can span much further. In fact, acupuncture for dogs has been shown to improve blood circulation, assist in […]

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Is Diet Affecting Your Pet’s Heart?

Newest Information on Diet-associated Heart Disease (DCM: Dilated Cardiomyopathy) Hey, everyone! Jenkins, here. Now that my surgery is over and I’m almost back to normal, my mom said it would be good for me to educate you on a disease that my 4-legged friends and I can sometimes get. It’s called Dilated Cardiomyopathy (DCM). It […]

Pet Acupuncture With Rosie The 13 Year Old Black Lab

Dr. Tasha Wilson of Acupetvet has been doing in-home pet acupuncture since 2016. Since then, she has witnessed its profound benefits for chronic pain, arthritis, diseases of the joints, and more. 13-year-old Rosie was beginning to show her age when she was having trouble with failing hips and getting around the house. Her owners were […]