Since opening our doors in 1997, Affiliated Veterinary Specialists has been at the forefront of the veterinary specialty profession in Florida. To learn more about our team at AVS, please watch our most recent appearances on First Coast Living. We discuss how the veterinarians at AVS are bar-none the best board certified specialists in North Florida and South Georgia, spending over a combined 50 years specializing in veterinary medicine, and are excited to deliver the best care your companion deserves.
Callie, a 1-year old Golden Retriever, was a patient at AVS who swallowed a foreign object. Kathy, her owner, saw all the warning signs and took immediate action. Thankfully, Dr. McKune and the AVS team were there to help!
Dr. Carlos Aragon and his French bulldog Colby are back on First Coast Living to talk about some of the respiratory issues dogs may deal with and some treatment options.
Urinary incontinence occurs when a house-trained dog loses control of its bladder and has accidents. But Dr. Mackenzie at AVS can offer occlusive cuffs that can help you and your pet regain control.
Rising temperatures can mean rising health concerns for our pets. Dr. Aragon brought his French bulldog Colby along to tell us which breeds are more at risk of respiratory distress.
When it comes to ACL and knee tears, humans are not the only ones at risk. Dr. Erne discusses orthopedic problems in pets and the first steps owners need to take if they suspect an injury.
Although women are under-represented as specialists, their numbers are growing. At AVS, 50% of AVS’ Board Certified Specialists are women and Dr. McKune reveals how this diversity is important for the community.