What Can I Do About My Dog’s Barking? Part Two

Dr. Doris Calloway of Craig Road Animal Hospital in North West Las Vegas in the second part of a two part article discusses excessive barking due to separation anxiety. Part one on general tactics to help when your dog barks more that you think they should can be found here.     By Doris Calloway, DVM Dogs that are barking due to separation anxiety are usually dogs that don’t start their barking until you leave the house. They will often…

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What Can I Do About My Dog’s Barking? Part One

Dr. Doris Calloway, of Craig Road Animal Hospital in North West Las Vegas, in the first of two articles discusses what to do when your dog barks more that you think they should.   By Doris Calloway, DVM I have a Chihuahua, I know all about living with a dog that barks. All. The. Time. For the most part, I don’t mind it.  In my opinion, a dog that barks when a stranger approaches the front door, or if there…

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Pet of the Month November 2014

Luke was a rescue dog from Las Vegas Labrador Rescue. Luke is an amazing ambassador for any dog owner with his kind nature, level of obedience, as well as ability to make everyone love him. He is well know here at Craig Road Animal Hospital as “the dog that sits in a chair without moving”. His family loves him so much and are amazed that even with Luke’s high level of training, he is still a wonderful family member that…

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My Dog has Osteoarthritis – Now What? Part Three

Osteoarthritis is a common problem in dogs. Dr. Mychajlonka, also known as Dr. Mych – a veterinarian at Las Vegas’s own Craig Road Animal Hospital, in this third and final post in the series, discusses the various pharmaceutical options, and types of treatments that are available to treat this debilitating disease. Part one of this series on Osteoarthritis can be found here  and part two which discusses nutraceuticals can be found here. By Kurt Mychajlonka, DVM 5: Why does my…

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My Dog has Osteoarthritis – Now What? Part Two

Osteoarthritis is a common problem in dogs. Dr. Mychajlonka, also known as Dr. Mych – a veterinarian at Las Vegas’s own Craig Road Animal Hospital, in this second in an on going series of posts, discusses nutraceuticals and their use in the treatment this debilitating disease. Part one of this series on Osteoarthritis can be found here. By Kurt Mychajlonka, DVM 3: What are Nutraceuticals, and how can they help? Nutraceuticals is term combining the words “nutrition” and “pharmaceutical” and…

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My Dog has Osteoarthritis – Now What? Part One

Osteoarthritis is a common problem in dogs. Dr. Mychajlonka, also known as Dr. Mych – a veterinarian at Las Vegas’s own Craig Road Animal Hospital, in the first of a series of posts, discusses what options are available to pet owners to treat this debilitating disease. By Kurt Mychajlonka, DVM Your dog has been diagnosed with osteoarthritis – welcome to a large club. Osteoarthritis is prevalent is 1 in 5 dogs over 1 year of age. The good news that…

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For Adoption: Three Kittens!

We have three kittens ready for adoption either singly or together.   All three are male and three months old. They have been examined at Craig Road Animal Hospital and vaccinated. If you are interested in adopting them please contact us on 702 645 0331.

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Meet our New Doctors part 3: Katherine Ballor D.V.M.

Dr. Katherine Ballor graduated from Michigan State University with a Bachelor of Science in zoology with concentration in neurobiology and animal behavior. She also received her doctor of veterinary medicine degree from Michigan State. Dr. Ballor has been researching laryngeal paralysis for past five years and also has interests in neurology and surgery. With a love of travel, she has been to 23 different countries and spent 6 months living in Europe, Dr. Ballor is excited to live in Las…

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Meet our New Doctors part 2: Shane Murphy D.V.M.

Dr. Shane Murphy came to Craig Road Animal Hospital from Kansas City, Missouri. Dr. Murphy completed his undergraduate education in animal sciences and music at the University of Missouri. He enjoyed his time in Columbia enough to stay and achieve his D.V.M. from the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine, where he graduated as valedictorian. While in veterinary school, Dr. Murphy worked nights and weekends in the hospital’s ICU with emergency and critical care patients. Dr. Murphy’s special veterinary…

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Meet our New Doctors part 1: Chris Roberts D.V.M.

Dr. Roberts has California roots, but grew up in Oklahoma. He attended the University of Oklahoma for his undergraduate education where he received a Bachelor of Science degree. He then traveled to Missouri and earned his doctorate in veterinary medicine from the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Roberts professional interests are in the areas of general surgery, clinical pathology, and neurology. In his spare time, Dr. Roberts he enjoys sports, traveling, and hiking. His best friend is…

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Pet of the Month August 2014!

Gauge is a one year old Chesapeake Bay Retriever. He is very playful and thinks he is a lap a dog! Gauge enjoys playing tug of war and going out shooting with his family. Gauge is our Pet of the month for August 2014! If you would like to submit your pet for Pet of the Month please use the form here (don’t forget a picture!) or email us at info@craigrd.com .

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For Adoption: “Opal”

UPDATE: Opal has been adopted and is now named Draco!   “Opal” is a six week old male Siamese mixed kitten that we have available for adoption. He has received his first shots, has been dewormed, and has been found to be healthy by our doctors. Opal was named by the staff after he was brought to our facility. He and his litter mate were strays who were attacked by a dog, and brought to our facility by a good…

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Pet of the Month July 2014

Simba, a 2 month old Grey Tabby kitten. He was found in a backyard, abandoned, at only 3 weeks old, and now lives with his loving family. Simba loves grabbing your face and giving you kisses on your cheek. He is a very energetic cat, who loves tumbling and rolling around like a gymnast. His favorite toys are an empty Amazon box, his parents’ TV stand, and anything with strings and bells. Even though he’s a little daredevil, and it…

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Pet of the Month June 2014

Chloe is a 1 year old Great Dane. Her favorite toy is water bottles- in ANY size! Her momma says shes a 120lb toddler who loves naps and car rides and that cheese and deli meat is her absolute favorite treats! Chole is a big sweetheart that loves to stand up holding your shoulders while licking your ears. Chole is our Pet of the month for May 2014. If you would like to submit your pet for Pet of the…

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Pet of the Month May 2014

Duncan came to his owners from a high kill shelter, as a foster dog with Las Vegas Labrador Rescue. From the first day, it was clear that he was a special foster. Craig Road Animal Hospital’s Dr. Hagstette discovered that this strong and energetic boy actually had a broken femur. He received an FHO surgery at Craig Road performed by Dr. Mych and Dr. Tampira. His foster parents rehabilitated Duncan for four weeks, and prepared him for his adopting family.…

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How Well Are we Doing in April 2014?

For almost two years, Craig Road Animal Hospital has been sending out surveys to every client who brings a pet to Craig Road and who has given us an email address . Hospital Administrator, Mike Falconer, talks about why, and introduces some results for April 2014. By Mike Falconer This month marks the return of “How well Are We Doing?” our monthly results from our client surveys. In December we upgraded the service we use for getting feedback from you…

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Pet of the Month April 2014

Nicky is a 3 month old German Shepherd. He is a sweetheart and recently got neutered at Craig Road Animal Hospital. He loves playing with his rope – it’s his favorite toy. He also enjoys going for walks and rides in the car. Nicky is a very loving and playful pup who is learning new things everyday! Nicky is our Pet of the month for April 2014. If you would like to submit your pet for Pet of the Month…

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Touring a Las Vegas Veterinary Hospital

Craig Road Animal Hospital in North West Las Vegas, offers tours of  their facility to interested individuals, groups, and educational establishments. Hospital Administrator Mike Falconer discusses these tours and what visitors can expect to see.  By Mike Falconer Craig Road Animal Hospital is one of the largest and busiest animal hospitals in the Las Vegas Valley. Open seven days and week and seeing up to 150 pets a day, Craig Road Animal Hospital is staffed by 11 doctors and a…

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Tela Rosen

My Name is Tela Rosen January 2014 I’ve been coming to Craig Road Animal Hospital ever since I was a puppy. On Jan. 29th, 2013 I celebrated my 12th birthday! (Applause please) I know you don’t see too many 12 year old Mastiffs, but my quality of life is great and I’m still chugging along! One of the reasons I know I have lived such a long, quality life is the excellent care Dr. Roach and the whole staff at…

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The Illusion of Lower Costs

Dr. Doris Calloway of Craig Road Animal Hospital in North West Las Vegas compares the cost of a procedure that she underwent and what she would have charged for the same procedure at Craig Road Animal Hospital.  By Doris Calloway, DVM I recently had the bad luck of waking up with horrible back pain and a fever.  Knowing that something was very wrong and I needed to be seen immediately (despite it being a Saturday morning), I was forced to…

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