Did You Know?

Have you ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes at Partner Veterinary Emergency & Specialty Center? For example, what does a veterinary specialist do and how are they different from your primary veterinarian? What is a Fluoroscopy and how will that help your pet? Maybe you’re wondering what the difference is between a Hospital Concierge, Client Service Coordinator, and a Care Advocate.

Welcome to DID YOU KNOW? … a new series by Partner Veterinary. In this series, we will explore all things veterinary medicine and all things Partner. In each episode, we will answer some of the most common questions we are asked. From Neurology to Emergencies and everything in between, if it happens at Partner, we’ll cover it.

If you have a question that we haven’t answered, please let us know and we’ll ask it for you! Email your questions to [email protected].

Dr. Casey Neary, neurologist and neurosurgeon discusses common misconceptions about neurological cases and give us insight into what it takes to become a veterinary neurologist.

What You’ll Learn … 

  • What does is take to become a Veterinary Neurologist?
  • What are the most common conditions seen by a Veterinary Neurologist?
  • Are certain breeds more susceptible to neurologic disease?
  • What is the biggest misconception about seizures?
  • Will an epileptic dog need to be on LIFELONG seizure medications?