Laser Treatments for Pets – Marc Smith DVM – Natchez Trace Veterinary Services

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“Ladies and gentlemen I get a lot of calls about the use of laser in Veterinary Medicine: does it help, does it work, is it worth it?

Ladies and gentlemen, I am Dr. Marc Smith and I have been using the laser for a long time, and I can say it does work.

But, the main place it helps is with lumbosacral disease.

So, if you need to know more options or need to know more ways in which laser therapy can benefit your pets, then call us at 615-790-8100 and let’s review the options.”

What is Progressive Veterinary Medicine? Marc Smith DVM – Natchez Trace Veterinary Services

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Marc Smith, DVM of Natchez Trace Veterinary Services in Nashville & Franklin TN:

If you’re interested in this concept of progressive veterinary medicine and what it means, let me start off by telling you a story.

I was a young veterinarian coming out. I knew what I was doing, strutting my stuff, and I had this tumor in this horse’s eye. And I’d been haggling around with it, spending all kind of money. Doing this, doing that, and nothing seemed to work. And one of my colleagues, who was an older gentleman, he said, “Marc, try some of this in this horse’s eye.”

Well, I didn’t believe him, but I did it because I didn’t really have anything else to do. And guess what? It made the tumor go away. I injected a medicine into the tumor. I took some older gentleman’s knowledge and I put it to use and I injected that tumor and gone. It was gone.

And so that kind of sums up this idea of progressive veterinary medicine. And what it means is, it means taking the old knowledge and mixing it with the new. It means taking the new and mixing it with the old. The Eastern and the Western, in a variety of treatments to ultimately help your pet. But then we take it a step further through this idea of communication, constant support in your decisions about your pets. Peace of mind that you’ve made the right choice. And we all deliver through giving you options so that you feel empowered, in control, so that you can make the best choice for your pet.

If you’re interested in this concept of progressive veterinary medicine, give us a call at 615-750-2248, and see how we can help your pet.

is also co-founder of PET | TAO Holistic Products

Dr. Jill Elliot D.V.M. – What’s a Holistic Veterinarian?

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Holistic Veterinarian Dr Jill Elliot D.V.M. – – explains the difference between a Holistic veterinarian and a regular vet.

As a Holistic vet, Dr. Elliot has done extensive study in a variety of complimentary modalities for pets, in additional to conventional veterinary medicine.

Dr. Elliot uses many complementary modalities to treat the diverse array of problems that animals have that come to her for evaluation and services.

She also uses conventional medicine when indicated. She will evaluate each case on it’s own and the discuss all the possible treatment options with owners so they can make the best choice for their pets.

The importance of flea prevention – Veterinary Video

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By Sarah Specht‎: “This is why flea prevention on your dogs or cats is so important this was a flea infestation on a German Shepherd. The owner was unsure as to what was falling off the dog and this was in fact flea larvae.”

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Margaret Courter, DVM at Badger Veterinary Hospital

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Get to know Margaret Courter, DVM, small and large animal veterinarian at Badger Veterinary Hospital and Badger Equine in Janesville, Wisconsin.

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Traditional Veterinary Medicine – Marc Smith, DVM – Natchez Trace Veterinary Services

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Marc Smith, DVM of Natchez Trace Veterinary Services in Nashville & Franklin TN:

So you want to know about traditional veterinary medicine and how we do it. You see, when I first came in to practice 20 years ago, we just had the plain old veterinarian.

We didn’t have all these specialists, all these people that you had to go see when your dog hurt his foot, or his ear itched, or he had diarrhea or whatever.

We just had veterinarians, and that’s the way I learned, and that’s the way I was trained. And I think that’s the best way, and the reason why is because I’ve seen a lot, and I’ve done a lot over that time. Because at one time, I was only the veterinarian.

So some of the services I offer include surgery on a lot of different things. Dermatology, cancer treatments, internal medicine and a lot of different treatments.

They get you from point A to point B fast, quickly, and most importantly, efficiently and in the best interest of your pet. But on top of that, I also can include all these other services like Eastern Medicine and Eastern Exam and alternative therapies to make my traditional medicine even better.

So if you want to learn how we can help your pet, then give us a call at 615-750-2248.

Marc Smith, DVM owns and operates veterinary clinics in Nashville, TN and Franklin, TN. Dr. Smith is also co-founder of PET | TAO Holistic Products

DVM GUIDE | A Veterinary Education Website

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DVM GUIDE (Made in Pakistan) is one of the largest veterinary education sites. It has many free veterinary PDF BOOKS, demonstrated anatomy videos, histology, entomology and other microscopic labelled slides, it also has many software that are required generally in veterinary education or during studies
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– Handbook on Field Veterinary Surgery
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Welcome to Natchez Trace Veterinary Services! | Marc Smith DVM

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Dr. Marc Smith of Natchez Trace Veterinary Services: “I want you to ask yourself, what do you want out of your veterinarian? Ladies and gentlemen, I’m Dr. Marc Smith, and I’m the one and only veterinarian at Natchez Trace Veterinary Services. You see, if you want somebody that does the same thing every time, and doesn’t change, or offer you other options, then that’s okay. But, if you want somebody who’s dynamic, who’s progressive, who knows traditional methods and alternative methods, to give your pet the best option, to be healthy or to heal, then that is what we do. We offer people options based on their individual problem, and what’s in the best interest of you, the owner, and also your pet. So call us today if you options for your pets healthcare at 615-790-8100, or look us up on the web at “

2014 American Humane Association Hero Veterinarian Category Winner – Eva DeCozio, DVM

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Eva DeCozio, DVM (VCA Apache Junction, Higley, AZ) – Dr. Eva DeCozio is the definition of an outstanding veterinarian. Her incredible intelligence and work ethic make her a consummate professional, but her compassion and dedication to animals make her a hero. Dr. DeCozio works at a clinic at the edge of a low income neighborhood. Many of her clients arrive with seriously ill pets but have little funds to pay for their care. When others turn these clients away for their inability to pay, Dr. DeCozio does not; she gives 100 percent of her gifts as a practitioner and healer to provide the animals the best quality of care possible.

Her huge heart and dedication to helping those in need doesn’t stop there. Dr. DeCozio is the co-founder of Panacea Animal Wellness Sanctuary (PAWS), a non-profit animal welfare organization that “exists to create a community in which there is no unnecessary animal euthanasia.” Every week, she saves animals from the euthanasia lists at several county shelters. Some are about to be put down for easily treated illnesses like kennel cough, while others need complex surgeries because of abuse or neglect. Dr. DeCozio rescues these animals and uses her exemplary veterinary skills to treat the animals’ conditions, no matter how complex. Those animals then go on to foster homes until they are fully well and eventually get adopted into forever homes. Because of her efforts, more than 800 animals have been given a second chance at life. Dr. DeCozio is dogged in her mission to grow PAWS and save thousands more animals.

Equine Ulcer Diagnosis by Mark DePaolo, DVM

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This video shows how to detect equine ulcers. A horse can go from having no gastric irritation to having ulcers in as little as 5 days. Dr. DePaolo’s easy do-it-yourself method of palpating acupuncture points can be a great indication of the presence of painful and debilitating ulcers. To view our natural equine supplements, please visit our website at For information on proper nutrition, please visit our Health Library @

Scabies – Veterinary Video

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By Kristyn Shea Scabies on an 8 week old kitten.

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Touring the First Year Veterinary Facilities for the Professional Veterinary Medicine Program –

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Take a tour of the first-year veterinary facilities for students in the Professional Veterinary Medicine Program at Colorado State University!

WARNING! GRAPHIC CONTENT! Cuterebra extraction from a kitten – Veterinary Video

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From Stephanie Nicole: “7 week old kitten found with a cuterebra in it’s orbital socket, use proparicaine to numb the location first, and then extracted. Kitten was sent home with foster family for for care, given oral antibiotics and some pain medicine. Giving it a few days to a week to see if the globe will heal or needs to be removed at time of neuter.”

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Doctor of Veterinary Medicine – The University of Melbourne

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With a completely revitalised curriculum, the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine program is the first of its kind in Australia. The program is part of the ground-breaking “Melbourne curriculum”, in which important undergraduate academic foundations are laid before specialisation at the graduate level. This makes the University of Melbourne unique in Australia and at the cutting edge of international educational trends. The Doctor of Veterinary Medicine is a 4 year Master’s level course that enables entry into the veterinary profession.