Disease Spotlight: Debunking Grain-Free Diets

Avoiding Grains in Dog Food is Unnecessary Grain-free diets for pets are extremely popular in the pet food industry right now, much to the befuddlement of many veterinarians. Avoiding grains in dog food is unnecessary for a number of reasons. 1.  Dogs can eat carbs. Dogs can eat carbs. The idea that wolves eat raw […]

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Reviews: MJ

I wanted to express my GREAT experience with ADRC. My 2-year-old Lab, MJ, started to have chronic ear infections. My vet in Fort Worth could not seem to get it cured and referred me to Dr. Gimmler along with her technician Leah. This once happy and very active dog had become miserable and laid around […]

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Pet Case Study: Molly

“Molly” is a 3-year-old FS Havenese dog who presented to Dr. Gimmler in August 2017 for itching and skin infections since 1 year of age that got worse after moving from Oklahoma to Texas. Her itching would get better on steroids, but it would always come back once drugs were stopped. A previous blood allergy […]

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ADRC Grapevine’s New Hospital Coming Soon

Construction of ADRC Grapevine’s new hospital has begun, right next to the current hospital! We’ll have more space and a lobby area just for dermatology patients. The anticipated move date is September 2018. The dermatologists will be attending the North American Veterinary Dermatology Forum in Maui, Hawaii the first week of May 2018 to learn […]

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Disease Spotlight: Debunking Raw Food Diets

3 Reasons to Avoid Raw Food Diets 1.  They do not treat or cure any disease. Food allergy is directed against a protein (beef, dairy, and chicken most commonly1) and feeding them raw chicken or beef doesn’t change anything—they’re still eating a protein to which they’re allergic. If you suspect your pet has a food […]

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Reviews: Gator

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“Finding your clinic was the best thing that could’ve happened for Gator. It’s the story of the ugly duckling.” — Mr. Mills

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Pet Case Study: Frankie

Frankie is a 3 year-old female spayed Chinese Crested Dog with a history of multiple black-heads and few deep nodules on her back and sides of her body. The black-heads and deep nodules do not seem to bother Frankie; however, it is alarming to her mom, Mrs. Seeley, as she does not understand why Frankie’s […]

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Disease Spotlight: Skin Tumor—Sebaceous Gland Hyperplasia

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What is it? Sebaceous Gland Hyperplasia is a non-cancerous skin tumor that can develop anywhere on the skin. It is an overgrowth of sebaceous gland cells that are associated with hair follicles located in the skin. What can cause Sebaceous Gland Hyperplasia tumors? The exact cause is unknown. What do these tumors look like? A Sebaceous […]

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Halloween 2017 at ADRC

Halloween 2017 was an exciting day at ADRC. The Dallas location celebrated with an “Alice In Wonderland” theme and the Grapevine team dressed up as the “Cat In The Hat”. Our patients also had a great time dressing up when visiting ADRC (Left: patient Titi Cordova). The yearly pumpkin decorating contest had many very creative pumpkins. The […]

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Reviews: Cooper

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We so appreciate all that Dr. Seals and the ADRC team have done for Copper. Because of them, his quality of life has greatly improved!” — The Lawrence Family

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