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Cumberland Valley Animal Hospital is a full-service veterinary practice offering routine and emergency surgery such as spays, and orthopedic surgery. We also offer specialized services such as ultrasound, digital radiology, and in-house blood analysis. We value preventative medicine and administer vaccinations tailored for your pets. Nutritional support and supplements also provide a higher quality of life for your animals and we love to help you choose the best for your fur family. Our goal is to help you and your pet live a joyous, healthy life together.

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10 July 2017
Tough Cases

Every day at Cumberland Valley we are asked to deal with dermal tumors of some nature. Of course, as a rule of thumb, the sooner you identify and remove a potentially life-threatening lesion or mass, the better the outcome would be expected. Still, sometimes factors get in the way of early identification and we are presented with much larger growths that prove hard to remove.

01 May 2017
Cumberland Valley Animal Hospital
Pet Care
A couple of years ago, in the early spring, I went with the Christian Veterinary Missions group to the hard-hit Appalachian community of Cumberland and Lynch Kentucky and participated in a weekend veterinary service clinic. We spayed and neutered animals, answered questions for people raising food animals, and treated many horses needing basic veterinary care. The clinic was very low-cost, and in many instances, care was provided for free. I went there to help people and treat needy animals, and I ended up spiritually fed. The people there may have been in need, but they were some of the nicest people I have ever met.
05 April 2017
Tough Cases

I believe it was Lord Byron that penned the phrase, “Truth is stranger than fiction,” which of course I have been saying wrong all along as, “Life is stranger than fiction.” Whichever saying you hold nearest and dearest to your heart, I would enjoy reinforcing your philosophy with one of the craziest veterinary stories I have had the pleasure and awe in dealing with lately. This is the story of Cookie, or as we like to call him, Zombie Dog.

21 February 2017
The Valley Vet
Videos

Bonnie is a sweet Great Pyrenees dog that about a year ago developed a small, soft lump on her left side. It was about the size of a small corn nuggett, and was freely moveable when you grabbed hold of it. In expected fashion, it pretty much stayed the same. It didn't grow or change in any way for nearly a year. And then, about a month ago, the small spot, became a huge problem. It began to rapidly grow. Without delay, we at Cumberland Valley removed the tumor. 

20 January 2017
Family Life
Reflections

Hello, Blog World! I want to share with you what happened to me a day or two ago. I was lectured at by Daisy Fuentes, the supermodel of MTV and AFV fame. So, since she publically shamed me, I feel the need to publicly respond. (Okay, more like I want to respond.)

18 January 2017
Videos

This video I filmed is of a small, young four-year old Bichon Frise. It started having "accidents" more and more in the house. Commonly, we get calls like this and owners want us to call in antibiotics for them without seeing the dog. However, not only is this illegal, but it is also bad medicine for your pet and the world with these emerging super bacteria. If your dog, male or female, is having bloody urine, going more frequently, or going inappropriately, only about 40 percent of these incidents are due to a urinary tract infection. The other 60 percent can be due to a multitude of problems that need to be examined. All the antibiotics in the world would not have fixed this young dog's problem.

08 December 2016
The Valley Vet
Pet Care

I know that the holiday season is upon us, and with the cold snap coming on strong it's easy to forget about grooming issues. However, you can never let your guard down, especially on those "haired" breed dogs like Poodles and Cocker Spaniels. These guys, even in winter, need special grooming care. There is nothing wrong with having long hair, but the more length, the more care it needs. Damp, dirty, long, matted hair spells trouble for our canine companions. It's important that you maintain the hair or trim it to the appropriate length to avoid problems. 

01 December 2016
The Valley Vet
Pet Care

It's that time of year again where we enjoy family, snow and a host of banquets. Inevitably, there will be food that won't get eaten. We hate to see food go to waste so a grand idea pops in our head, "I'll bet the dogs will enjoy this left-over turkey!"

I know it's tempting, but you need to slow down and think for a minute. Is feeding that entire turkey carcass really good for your pet? The answer is no. 

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Cumberland Valley Animal Hospital

110 Lagoon Trail
London, Kentucky, 40744
P: (606) 864-9120
Email Us info@vetspetsandlaughs.com

Hours of Operation

  • Monday: 8:30 am - 5:30 pm
  • Tuesday: 8:30 am - 6:00 pm
  • Wednesday: 8:30 am - 5:30 pm
  • Thursday: 8:30 am - 5:30 pm
  • Friday: 8:30 am - 5:30 pm
  • Saturday: 9:00 am - 2:00 pm

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