KNOWLEDGE

​It is imperative to our mission that both the pet owner and the referring veterinarian have a complete understanding of the pet’s diagnosis, treatment options, and prognosis. This is achieved through a variety of methods including: in-person consultation between the pet owner and the neurologist, phone consultations between the referring veterinarian and neurologist, written case summaries and treatment plans which are emailed/faxed to the referring veterinarians and owners.​It is imperative to our mission that both the pet owner and the referring veterinarian have a complete understanding of the pet’s diagnosis, treatment options, and prognosis. This is achieved through a variety of methods including: in-person consultation between the pet owner and the neurologist, phone consultations between the referring veterinarian and neurologist, written case summaries and treatment plans which are emailed/faxed to the referring veterinarians and owners.​It is imperative to our mission that both the pet owner and the referring veterinarian have a complete understanding of the pet’s diagnosis, treatment options, and prognosis. This is achieved through a variety of methods including: in-person consultation between the pet owner and the neurologist, phone consultations between the referring veterinarian and neurologist, written case summaries and treatment plans which are emailed/faxed to the referring veterinarians and owners.​It is imperative to our mission that both the pet owner and the referring veterinarian have a complete understanding of the pet’s diagnosis, treatment options, and prognosis. This is achieved through a variety of methods including: in-person consultation between the pet owner and the neurologist, phone consultations between the referring veterinarian and neurologist, written case summaries and treatment plans which are emailed/faxed to the referring veterinarians and owners.​It is imperative to our mission that both the pet owner and the referring veterinarian have a complete understanding of the pet’s diagnosis, treatment options, and prognosis. This is achieved through a variety of methods including: in-person consultation between the pet owner and the neurologist, phone consultations between the referring veterinarian and neurologist, written case summaries and treatment plans which are emailed/faxed to the referring veterinarians and owners.