Although it's name may sound harmless, bloat is a life-threatening emergency for dogs. The condition, formally called gastric dilation-volvulus (GDV), can quickly kill dogs if they don't receive p ...View Article
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"A HUGE THANK YOU to Dr. Tucker and her amazing staff. You took such good care of Angel the past years, we were blessed to have found you. You are all so caring and loving, with her weekly physical therapy and right to the very end. You hugged me and cried with me like family. Thank you Dr. Tucker for the beautiful card and the loving words you wrote. Also, the flowers from Kady and Erin. And if that wasn't enough, I came home to a card telling me you planted a tree in Angels name. Wow!" - Diane L.
"Dr. Tucker is the best! I have been bringing my dog here since he was 3 months old and always feel like he receives the best care. My dog has had his fair share of health issues and while it can be very frustrating as a dog owner to have a sick dog, Dr. Tucker always figured out the problem quickly and figured out a treatment plan. You can tell she genuinely cares about the well being of your pet. The staff is also great, very friendly and helpful. I would never bring my dog anywhere else!" - Erin I.
"My 11 year old Rhodesian Ridgeback was diagnosed with Degenerative Myelopathy several months ago, it's a progressive neurological disease that affects the spinal cord and a dogs ability to walk. It's very difficult to watch your dog suffer with DM when all of their cognitive functioning is still there. In June of 2015 Trigger's DM was progressing to the point where I was contemplating his quality of life due to his lack of mobility, his rear legs were sagging, knuckling of his feet, difficulty getting up, and partial incontinence. It was suggested to me to look into alternatives to try and help him. Acupuncture was mentioned so I thought to give a try, well it is 2 months later and I'm happy to say Trigger is doing well and managing the DM. He has weekly laser treatments and acupuncture sessions which have helped him manage this horrific disease and thrive in his golden years. We could have never done this without Dr. Tucker. She is very knowledgable with pain management and relief through acupuncture . If you describe a symptom she can focus on that area through the placement of the needles, her knowledge expertise is extremely profound . It is very unique to watch this process, the way my dog relaxes and of course the end result of him feeling better. Dr. Tucker and her staff at Elizabeth Veterinary Clinic are remarkable people, they have a true passion for animals , with a kind, loving and supportive approach. Thank you Dr. Tucker and staff!" - Christi C.
"Repeated wonderful experiences. We have taken our full compliment of dogs (2) and cats (2) to Dr. Tucker for 14 years. She not only has the best bedside manner but she truly cares for all the animals she treats. The office is unlike any we have ever visited. No impersonal flourescently lit waiting rooms that smell of fear urine. Doctor Tucker's adorable converted purple Victorian house/ turned clinic, immediately puts the animals and their owners at ease. The waiting room is a converted living room with the doctors "office" in clear view. There is a Doctor Doolittle air of intimacy and comfort. We cannot recommend Elizabeth Veterinary Clinic strongly enough." - Jon S.
"I wanted to thank Dr Tucker and her staff for making our first visit to your clinic great! Our pup Ally felt comfortable by the undivided attention she was given. I would recommend your facility to anyone that was looking for a special, caring vet clinic." - Noirin L.