veterinary medicine

My Accidental Success Story

Posted on January 31, 2015 by Lynn Henderson

I didn’t do this for money – it was really an accidental success. When I gradated from Vet School, I planned to work in small animal general practice for some undetermined amount of time. I gave the briefest thought to pursuing a specialty like surgery, or perhaps to owning my own stationary practice one day…. [Read More]

Why a Pet Loss & Memorial Centre?

Posted on September 21, 2014 by Lynn Henderson

So after much thinking and dreaming, it is time to begin to make real my hope of opening a Pet Loss and Memorial Centre alongside Henderson Mobile Veterinary Services. Since the beginning of my journey into house-call veterinary medicine, I have loved offering personalized end-of-life services to my patients and their human families. What has… [Read More]

Geriatrics and Palliative Care

Posted on November 10, 2011 by Lynn Henderson

Well, I keep coming back to it – the idea of a specialization in geriatric medicine for companion animals.  Encompassing quality-of-life-assessment, pain management, dietary consultation, hygiene and environmental adaptations to enable geriatric pets and their owners to stay together longer.  So many people seem to be of the opinion that when a pet gets old,… [Read More]