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|05-10-2017 10:52 AM|
Originally Posted by Whitequeen2017 View Post
DPCA | The Doberman | Albino Dobermans
DPCA | The Doberman | Health
|05-08-2017 03:20 PM|
question new mom here . |
are dobermans prone for heart issues . just so i know to watch my baby and what to expect as well
|09-07-2016 07:34 PM|
Originally Posted by 4x4bike ped View Post
No, you don't need to be a member but unless you have or know someone with a Holter set up, becoming a member is the least expensive way of doing an echo/holter and MHDPC does require a holter performed within 2 or 3 months before the date of the clinic when they will have the echo's done.
Associate membership (gets you everything except voting rights) is um--I think it's $25 but they might have raised it to $30. That gives you the right to borrow a Holter set up for a minimal fee--$60 or $65 which pays for the fee, the readout by Alba and a printed set of results which you then take to the clinic. The fee for the echo (which presently is being done by Katherine Atkinson, board certified cardiologist) is $225 (or that's what it was in June)--sometimes Mt Hood partially funds the echos for members to the tune of $100
Gets you a lot of value for that $25 or $30 membership fee. I think that echo's are running $450 and up with any of the 4 cardiologists in and around Portland these days.
Dr Wood and Dr Atkinson are both down toward Lake Oswego, just off I-5. North West Vet Specialties is off I-205 at the very north end of Clackamas County and there is another who is connected with a different Specialty group and I can never remember the names of either the last two. And there is a cardiologist connected to the small animal clinic at the vet school (Eugene)--I think Michelle sees that one.
|09-07-2016 05:00 PM|
|4x4bike ped|| |
Originally Posted by dobebug View Post
|09-07-2016 03:21 PM|
Originally Posted by Jax View Post
The Mt Hood DPC has for many years now had two cardio clinics each year (one in the winter and one in the summer) and I start young dogs between 2 & 3 years. For roughly the next 4 years I do an echo and holter yearly and from 7 years or if there is substantial deterioration from one yearly test to the next I start doing the testing every six months.
|09-07-2016 02:19 PM|
|Jax||At what age should I get the first holter?|
|09-07-2016 12:02 PM|
|DogsR4Life||Does anyone have any other places that rent Holters? I was with NCSU for 4 years until last year when they over billed me and they refused to correct it.|
|09-07-2016 09:51 AM|
|gideup||what is a dcm stem treatment?|
|11-09-2015 09:22 PM|
Wow that's awesome! |
When we had Stryker down to NCSU for his DCM Stem Cell appointment they were great!!!!!!
|11-09-2015 03:52 PM|
Originally Posted by Feverhaus View Post
Wow, this is great! I just missed a cardio clinic that was about 10 mins from me but will keep checking for updates. Thanks for posting.
|10-21-2015 08:58 AM|
|LooseLucy||Thanks for sharing this! This is right up the street from my house!|
|10-21-2015 07:50 AM|
Another top cardiologist Dr Nancy Morris also rents holters |
Mass. Veterinary Cardiology Services, Inc. - 24-Hour Holter Monitoring
and if you want to find clinics for echos ( and other important tests)
Dog/Canine Health Test Clinic Schedule
they list the health clincis for ALL the kennel clubs and breeds
|10-20-2015 09:31 PM|
|RedDogRosa||This is unbelievable. Thank you for sharing.|
|10-20-2015 10:30 AM|
Originally Posted by Bluedobie View Post
|10-20-2015 09:27 AM|
Thank you so much for this information! I did not know this. |
My girl is 3 and I want to get this done.
|10-20-2015 09:16 AM|
Ncsu holter monitor service
Thought I would put this out there for those that may not know.
NCSU offers "all inclusive" Holter Monitor Rental for $150.00. This includes all needed equipment, shipping (both ways) via FedEx and reading by a Board Certified Veterinary Cardiologist.
Canine Holter Monitor Service Request Form