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Keep up with some of the latest ANIC news by friending us on Facebook. The ANIC Facebook page is where we share some of our cute ANIC cases, talk about the latest ANIC events and inform pet owners of local animal events in the community.

Happy national puppy day! ❤🐶 ...

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Guinness and his family came to The ANIC emergently - he rapidly lost the ability to walk and was in tremendous pain. MRI told us it was a disc herniation.
One surgery and 2 weeks later, he *walked* through our doors today with incredible confidence. Take a look!
We are so glad you found us, Guinness!
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There is no better way to end the week than with a hug from a happy patient!

Angus was initially seen by The ANIC in October 2018 due to a rapid decline in awareness and seizures. He was diagnosed with an infectious meningitis and encephalitis. Angus responded amazingly to his medications and is now back to charming the ladies.
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One of our passions is providing continuing education to our local vets about neurologic conditions - to ultimately help our clients get the care they need for their pets.
We distribute a few goodies too.
Check out this box’o’brains stress ball collection!
“Don’t Panic, Call the ANIC!”
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2 weeks ago

The Animal Neurology & Imaging Center

Just a fun anecdote: We do our best here to get dogs back on their feet after a spinal cord injury, but sometimes an injury is so severe pets can’t recover their function no matter what we do. While having a handicapped pet can be a lot of work, the rewards can be great like we can only imagine with this goofball once she was fitted with a wheelchair.

CBS News
WATCH: This paralyzed pup named Pigeon gets unbelievably excited to put on her wheelchair. cbsn.ws/2Mkt9nl
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3 weeks ago

The Animal Neurology & Imaging Center

Check out this amazing advancement in veterinary medicine! It’s not neurology, but we wont hold that against them - it is a great achievement.

Dr Tensley completed her veterinary education at CSU and worked with Dr Scansen (featured above) during her general medicine internship at Ohio State.

Colorado State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital
CSU veterinary cardiologist Brian Scansen and his team, in collaboration with UCHealth, successfully performed the FIRST transcatheter aortic valve replacement in a dog.

Sabbath, a malamute, was in heart failure on several occasions before surgery. After his checkup today, he has been given a strong bill of health and is returning to his home in California 💚
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