A Veterinarian’s Prayer

By Dr. Rebekah Frost Thanksgiving is a time to be thankful for all that we have been blessed with! I am thankful every day that I have been placed in the position I am in. To help God’s creatures is a blessing beyond what words can describe. To be able to have thousands of patients that […]

Common misconceptions about ticks and Lyme disease

Please note: The title of this article in the newspaper is “If there’s deer, ticks and fleas are along for the ride” which was changed from the author’s original title (above) by the newspaper editor and was erroneous. October 2018 Observer Today Article By Dr. Rebekah Frost Lyme disease in our area is on the rise. […]

Allergy season not limited to just you and me

September 2018 Observer Today Article By Dr. Rebekah Frost As a general practitioner in veterinary medicine, I have the opportunity to treat a variety of ailments. This past month the most common ailment in dogs and cats has been skin and ear conditions. Skin and ear conditions can be caused by a number of things which […]

The Fear Free movement

April 2018 Observer Today Article By Dr. Rebekah Frost My youngest son Colton is 5 years old and has learning disabilities. From the time he started going to the dentist, he was fearful of this place with the loud noises and the strange people poking and prodding in his mouth. Just recently a new pediatric dentist […]

Common Nutrition Misconceptions

March 2018 Observer Today Article One of the most common questions I get from owners in the field of veterinary medicine is, “What should I be feeding my pet?” Owners are inundated with a constant flow of commercials and online advice regarding what they should be feeding their pet. One look in our local pet […]