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In honor of National Pet Dental Health Month, Capitola Veterinary Hospital is having a Winter Dental Special! The special lasts from December 2014 through March 2015! All patients with a current annual exam are eligible for this $109 Discount on a comprehensive oral health assessment and treatment (COHAT) procedure. … The NMTCB has developed a new post-primary certification exam for computed tomography (CT).The NMTCB (CT) credential will be considered an extension of the entry-level nuclear medicineexam and is designed to establish the competency of a nuclear medicine technologist to performCT procedures. This examination is planned for delivery in 2014. In honor of National Pet Dental Health Month, Capitola Veterinary Hospital is having a Winter Dental Special! The special lasts from December 2013 through March 2014! All patients with a current annual exam are eligible for this $109 Discount on a comprehensive oral… In 2014, Zooh Corner Rabbit Rescue presented Free Rabbit Care Seminars at Exotic Animal Care Center. All seminars offered a $25 Healthy Pet Exam for your rabbit, guinea pig, or chinchilla, where all proceeds went to benefit Zooh Corner Rabbit Rescue.RPET-2014 consisted of a single examination of three hours duration containing 40 objective type questions in each subject i.e. Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. The total number of questions were 120 carrying one mark each. There were no negative marking for wrong answers.In 1950, Dr. Robert Mueller opened Mueller Pet Medical Center on the outskirts of Sacramento, near the local airport. After the airport moved, the city built up around the veterinary practice and business boomed. Some 60 years later, history has repeated itself as current owner Dr. Ken Schenck has built an updated Mueller Pet Medical Center on the edge of town. And by all means, the new facility is thriving.
“In all these years, Mueller Pet Medical Center has only had two owners, Dr. Mueller and myself,” says Dr. Schenck. “We pride ourselves on our family atmosphere, even as we have grown.”
And grown they have. The original facility was bursting at the seams, with three doctors working three exam rooms, in just 5,000 square feet—with 2,000 square feet of that dedicated to pet lodging. Now, six full-time and two part-time doctors enjoy a whopping 27,000 square feet of luxurious space, all without losing the family atmosphere.
The design process wasn’t without its fair share of road bumps, but Dr. Schenck was motivated and determined to see it through to the end. After 12 years, he finally got the hospital his clients and patients deserve—and a 2014 Veterinary Economics Hospital of the Year award to boot.