Although it's name may sound harmless, bloat is a life-threatening emergency for dogs. The condition, formally called gastric dilation-volvulus (GDV), can quickly kill dogs if they don't receive p ...View Article
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Dr. Glen Winters was raised in Southern California, where he attended USC and studied biology and psychology. His education also includes a Masters degree in applied physiology and he obtained his veterinary degree from Tufts University in Massachusetts. After graduation, he completed an internship in medicine and surgery, and a second internship concentrating on surgery. Dr. Winters and his family spend their time hiking, camping, and enjoying the Northwestern outdoors. He is the proud owner of 3 dogs, 2 cats, a tortoise, and 9 koi.
Dr. Johnson went to high school in the Rogue Valley and was an assistant veterinary technician for Phoenix Animal Hospital in the 1980’s. Laurie received her Bachelor of Science degree in zoology from Oregon State University. She received her DVM degree from the College of Veterinary Medicine at Oregon State. After owning a veterinary hospital in Brookings, OR for several years, she returned to the Rogue Valley in 2014. Her special interests include small animal medicine, reproduction and soft tissue surgery. When not at work, Laurie enjoys riding horses, going to her kids sporting events and doing agility with her 4 dogs.