CFVC Blog

Advancements in Medical Technology – Digital Dental Radiography

The diagnostic and therapeutic advances in veterinary medicine over the last 10 to 20 years have been amazing. For example, Dr. Gates never dreamed when he started the Cuyahoga Falls Veterinary Clinic in 1981 that he’d be able to pull a foreign body out of a dog’s stomach with an endoscope. Dental radiography, specifically digital [...]

A Look Back To 2013, The Interesting And The Rare

One of the reasons we like veterinary medicine is because no two days are the same. We see rare and interesting cases and presentations every day and we have to be on our toes all the time. Here are some of the more unusual cases from 2013, and for more, visit our Flickr Set. Dentigerous [...]

Healthcare Is More Than A “Shot”

Health care is more than just a “dog shot” or a “cat shot.” Health care is about taking a complete look at the patient, and taking a thorough history of the patient’s background. We’re interested in complete health care for your pet.

Treating the Inappropriate Urinator

When it comes to urination, our patients suffer throughout the day when their underlying disease is not treated. While it can be tempting to want to simply treat the symptoms, it is so important to find out the cause of the symptoms and treat the cause. Your pets will be thankful for your diligence and they’ll be on the road to recovery sooner than later.

Lots of Interesting Cases @ CFVC

We see some neat and amazing cases at the Cuyahoga Falls Veterinary Clinic. Here’s a sampler.

Spotlight on Urinary Health: Accidents, Infections & Stones

Inappropriate urinary behavior is often a sign of an underlying problem in dogs and cats. Rather than guessing and treating symptoms, finding the answers to the underlying problem will be more satisfying for everyone involved and will help your pet experience comfort sooner rather than later.

Dental Health: Periodontal Disease

A healthy mouth is a comfortable mouth. An unhealthy mouth is a painful mouth. Cats and dogs don’t have to live with oral pain and discomfort. Periodontal disease is the most common health problem seen in veterinary medicine, but it is treatable! Learn more…