Petersen Pet Hospital - January 2023

Pets First Monthly

January 2023

A NEW YEAR BRINGS … New Advancements!

At the start of a new year, I like to look back and reflect on the experiences my team and I had the following year. This allows me to see how far we’ve grown, analyze which methods and techniques work, and find areas of improvement. My team and I made incredible strides in 2022, and we want to keep that momentum going. Last year, we welcomed two people to our incredible team — Dr. Carol Carmo (veterinarian) and Sarah (practice manager). They are great additions to our work family, and I couldn’t be happier to have them join us. It’s been an honor to watch them grow and We’re Hiring! Do you love and care about animals? Have you always wanted to learn more about the veterinarian field and work alongside a supportive team? If you answered yes to both of these questions, email your cover letter and resume to Sarah at sdavidson@petersenpethospital. com! We’re always looking for people to join our team and help impact the lives of our furry friends. So, email Sarah today— we would love to hear from you!

provide the best care to our patients. We added a new ultrasound machine in early 2022 that has helped Dr. Emily immensely. She’s been able to get a more in-depth look at our furry friend’s internal health and catch any diseases or health conditions in advance. It’s been a great addition to our services, and we plan to improve our equipment in the new year. After some reflection, I’ve decided that 2023 will be the year of more advancements for Petersen Pet Hospital. This is the year of improvement for my team and me. Being a veterinarian is like being a lifetime learner — there are always new technologies, treatments, health conditions, and other updates you must learn. After researching, speaking to other professionals, and discussing specific topics with my team, I’m looking forward to incorporating multiple new advances into our system to help keep our furry friends happy and healthy. Here are some advancements we will provide you and your furry family members in 2023. We will be incorporating new technology in our office to help us detect cancers within the skin. We can detect if lumps are cancerous and remove them through surgery before the condition spreads through the rest of the body. We will also be getting new blood tests that can detect certain types of cancers and kidney issues within cats and dogs. Since we will be able to spot and sometimes remove

cancerous conditions from your pets, we will also be incorporating new cancer therapies and treatments that will be safer for your furry friends. Another advancement coming in this year was mentioned in December’s newsletter. If your cat is experiencing arthritis, we can use a new treatment called Solensia. This monthly shot will relieve a lot of their pain and allow them to jump on your bed and furniture, and get in and out of their litter box with ease. Other advancements include updating our X-ray machines and software so our X-rays will be clearer and help us spot health conditions more efficiently. In addition, we will be incorporating new and improved diets with better ingredients to provide the nutrients your pet needs every day. I’m looking forward to these advancements and how they will improve our workflow and help us continue to provide the best care to your furry friends. I want to thank all of you for trusting my team and me to care for your loved ones. We don’t take this responsibility lightly, and we will do anything in our power to ensure your pets live long, happy, and healthy lives.

Happy New Year, everyone!

–Dr. Brad Petersen


Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4

Made with FlippingBook Ebook Creator