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Service Animals Receive Free Eye Exams, May 2014.  Sign-ups begin now, read on to find out more.
The American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists (ACVO) and California Veterinary Specialists are teaming up for the 7th annual public service event providing free screening eye exams to Service Animals throughout the month of May 2014. Eligible service animals are invited to receive a free eye exam from our board certified ophthalmologist. Repeat clients from past events are welcome to participate. Best of all, the Service Animal’s owner/agent will incur no cost for these screening services. It is anticipated that through these efforts
CVS Angel Care Named Business of the Month for Canine Cancer Trials
MURRIETA, CALIF. — California Veterinary Specialists Angel Care Center (CVS Angel Care) was named March Business of the Month by Assemblywoman Melissa Melendez for the Center’s canine cancer clinical trials using Voyager, a new and revolutionary non-invasive anti-cancer medical device. “We are overjoyed to receive this award from Assemblywoman Melendez for our work to eliminate cancer in pets,” said Dr. Greg Ogilvie, founder of CVS Angel Care. “Voyager has the potential to save hundreds of thousands of lives and has given families of...
K9 Cancer Walk
Recently, the Morris Animal Foundation had their annual San Diego K9 Cancer Walk and this year California Veterinary Specialists was out in full force. CVS had a booth and offered raffle prizes, a doggie cake and lots of smiles for anyone who stopped by. A big thank you goes to Leah Larscheidt, our team captain and an employee at our Carlsbad location, for organizing team Angel Care for the Cure. Leah and her faithful companion, Elvis, managed to help raise nearly $2,000 for the Morris Animal Foundation. Her team was awarded 2nd place in bot...
San Diego K9 Cancer Walk
Come join us on Saturday, February 22, and support the San Diego K9 Cancer Walk Benefiting Morris Animal Foundation to help find a cure. California Veterinary Specialists will be there in full support of the Morris Foundation and will have a team walking as well. Our team name is Angel Care for the Cure and our Team Capitan is Leah Larscheidt. Please help support our team by joining us for the walk, donating to our team or just coming out to cheer us on. We hope to see you there!
Nativis Voyager, non-invasive anti-cancer medical device
The veterinary oncologists and nurses at California Veterinary Specialists Angel Care Cancer Centers are currently conducting cancer clinical trials in pet dogs using a new and what we believe to be revolutionary non-invasive anti-cancer medical device called Voyager. Using specific low-level radio frequency energy, it is a mobile device positioned on the skin over the tumor location. Voyager is being evaluated with the hope and belief that this therapy will be confirmed to be a safe and powerful new tool for the treatment of a wide...
Dr. Ogilvie of California Veterinary Specialists Angel Care Cancer Center Attends Summit With Other Global Animal and Human Healthcare Thought Leaders in Seattle.
Animal and human healthcare thought leaders gathered in Seattle on Wednesday, December 11, for the first annual "Translational and Comparative Research Summit." The Summit raised awareness in the medical, research and investment communities about species-spanning approaches to healthcare, which are leading to breakthrough therapies and new standards of care.
Solid Tumor Study / Anti-Cancer Medical Device
We are now accepting enrollment for dogs with palpable tumor, measurable cytologically or histologically confirmed malignancy for a non-invasive, non-thermal cancer treatment that brings newfound hope to the global cancer conversation. Please see ad below for more details and contact information.
CVS CyberKnife Offers Hope for Extended Survival
Our beloved 6-year old French Bulldog Leroy had no symptoms of illness when he experienced three seizures one morning in May. I rushed him to All Pets Animal Hospital in Encinitas, Calif., and after that visit, a referral appointment with a veterinary neurologist n San Diego. An exam and MRI later, we received the devastating diagnosis; An inoperable brain tumor caused Leroy's seizures. Without treatment, our affectionate Frenchie would not see the holidays. We consulted a radiologist, who reviewed Leroy's treatment options. Desperate to ...