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Laser surgery in progress... Watch your eyes!-----* but not your wallet. We don't charge extra to do things the way we believe they should be done. Ask us about our surgical suite and the options available to ensure the best care for your pet, including appropriate use of our CO2 Laser! Now available at both locations!!!!!

  Dr. Will has finished both basic and advanced laser surgery courses at Ohio State Veterinary College!!! We've now have two 30 watt laser!!! Now that's HOT!!!

Voted the # 1 Animal Hospital(s) in Anderson County in 2009, 2010, 2011, and again in 2013!?!

We continue to be honored and humbled by this recognition from the people of Anderson County. We hope that 2012 represents another great medical facility doing awesome rather than ours letting the community down. Either way, we're speechless that we would be recognized again this last year! Our team of animal health professionals takes our responsibility to provide cutting edge medical care for your pets very seriously. Our commitment is to couple big time medical advances with down home service and creative solutions to meet each family's needs. We are Blessed to have such wonderful clients who have entrusted us with being a part of their pets' health care. We look forward as a family to many more years of service to your animals.

TTA surgical option at Anderson County Animal Hospital has been awesome for many dogs!!!

Dr. Will has completed training in the Tibial Tuberocity Advancement (TTA) technique of Ruptured Cranial Cruciate Ligament repair. This exciting procedure is comparable in most dogs to the TPLO which has been the Gold Standard of repair. Unless there are angular limb deformities or extremes in the tibial plateau angulation, TTA is being found to have a lower complication rate and quicker recovery times than the TPLO. We definitely recommend you explore all surgical options for your pet following an injury or illness. While we will still gladly refer you for TPLO surgery we are excited to provide a newer, less expensive, and truely comperable technique for your pet. For more information on the TTA procedure, please read this informational document on the TTA by the surgeon who trains veterinarians all over the world, and from whom Dr. Will received his training.

Update! 2014 Masters Level?

Never being content, Dr. Will went back for more continued training and attended the first ever Masters Level Course in TTA surgical knee correction. Continued reinforcement of the latest techniques as well as advanced problems solving were studied, and there was great reassurance that this is indeed a viable and successful way to approach the rupture of crucaiate ligaments in dogs. Further, we have now had the chance to cut our teeth with the TTA surgical procedure for Ruptured Cranial Cruciate knee repair, and we love it. We have been blessed with a fantastic success rate with very few complications. The complications we have had are inherent in this type of correction of such a devistating injury, but continue to be infrequent and typically temporary in nature. We covet simple and easy, and loathe anything that threatens to rob our patients of complete healing. So far, the TTA really seems to be that good of a surgical technique and we feel increasingly confident to offer this as a choice on the treatment menu for knee injuries for your dog.

We are proud members of the Anderson County Chamber of Commerce! Both clinics support our Chamber and we are excited to have this opportunity to partner with so many other fine Anderson County businesses in this fashion.
We are members of the Veterinary Surgical Laser Society with "Dr. Will" having achieved status as a "Fellow"
Dr. Will is a volunteer Search & Rescue Ground Team Leader with the Civil Air Patrol. He and his older children spend a great deal of time training with FEMA, TEMA, and the Civil Air Patrol to aid in Search & Rescue and Disaster Relief missions. Dr. Will is also very active in the cadet program which provides Leadership, Moral Development, Physical Fitness, and Aerospace training to young men and women aged 12 through 18. To Learn more, please visit www.gocivilairpatrol.com