Noah's Ark Pet Hospital

Noah's Ark Pet Hospital
Dr. Merten Pearson and Dr. Tiffany Olsen founded Noah’s Ark Pet Hospital and Pet Dental Center in April 2001 with the underlying belief that pets deserve the same high quality care as any member of your family. Our guiding philosophy is based on the concept of “quality of life”. We strive diligently to improve and maintain a high quality of life for your pet for as long as possible. Dr. Pearson is a 1993 graduate of the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Olsen is a 1995 graduate of the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine. They have been married since 1998.

Our service include the routine healthy pet vaccinations, spays and neuters, intricate medical management, advanced surgery and dental procedures. We have put Amarillo's only veterinary dental X-ray machine so we can offer full mouth x-rays to our patients for improved oral health. We now offer root canals and pulp caps for saving teeth.

Let us tell you a little bit about our hospital. We named it Noah’s Ark Pet Hospital for several reasons. We wanted to express our willingness to work on a wide range of small animals. We do not limit ourselves to dogs and cats. Birds, snakes, lizards, hamsters, sugar gliders, gerbils, rabbits, pot-bellied pigs, ferrets, and other pet animals of all types are also welcome here. We are willing to work with about any animal, even if that means we have to pull out the books, "call our old professors at vet school," to figure out what is wrong and what needs to be done. Another reason for the name stems from our Christian faith and desire to be the good stewards the Lord expects us to be.

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So, recently we've had some clients bring their K9 fur-friends into see Doc. The patients came in with assorted "dog-fight-play" wounds that required Doc's suturing skills. This brought up an interesting question... How do you know? How do you answer..."Is my dog playing...or?" It can be tough to see the difference between pooch-power exhibited for fun and pooch-power that's...well...all fighting-fur. Check out this handout that can help spot the signs of normal K9 play and what to do when the play heads south!

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Seriously! Can't you just see this x-ray matted, framed and hanging on a wall? We can! Who said, "all the king's horses and all the king's men couldn't put this feline patient back together again"? Not us! Well done, Doc and the Ark Tech Team! Check out the double break from this feline fur-friend: A- Fracture at the top of the cat's right femur. B- Second break at the bottom of middle section of the femur. C- Add to that a splinter of bone from off that same mid-break area. Doc reports that this chipped piece should assimilate back into the main leg bone during the healing process. Doc's prescription for ultimate healing? Ex-fix surgery! R & R at the Ark! Homeward bound!

Can anyone say: "One Gorgeous Hunk Of Dog-ness?" The entire Ark Team sure hopes someone can!! Doc has determined this dude is about 1 yr old, an intact male and a mastiff / pointer mix. He's an absolute gentle of a sweet soul, who loves to ride in a car, has impeccable manners... and right now we call him Petey. He was found by an Ark Friend who works out Borger-way and apparently was observed from a distance being in the process of becoming yet another "dumped-dog" statistic . WHAT?! Say it's not so! Petey...or whatever you choose to call him...needs a home!!! Your home could be his home! You could be his family! Please spread the word and share on your FB page. Let's do this, folks! As they say here in Texas, "Lets get 'r done!!" Give us a call here at Noah's Ark Pet Hospital if you can help!!

This morning's surgery schedule stated: "Abdominal Mass Removal". This was quickly changed to: "Bowel Resection" as Doc performed surgery to remove a mass along with part of the intestines from his 13 year old feline patient. Today's Ark Video Brief shows Doc (with Ark Tech Jency assisting) removing the mass and then rejoining the two ends of the intestine, suturing them back together. The mass and resected intestine will be sent to TVMDLabs for diagnosis.

Pets In The News: Did you know more millennials (that's those of you between the ages of 18-29) want more pets...less people.
Young Americans are less likely to be homeowners, car owners or parents than their predecessors, but they do lead in one category: Pets.

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