Here are some e-mails received from clients.
Dr. Novick values feedback and greatly enjoys hearing back about how patients are doing.
Thanks for the clarification and even without a positive outcome, I know how much you care and how very careful you are with every diagnosis and treatment. My personal opinion is that being capable of being a doctor of veterinary medicine has to be gift of great proportion–your patients cannot tell you where it hurts, how long, what they have noticed about changes–they cannot tell you anything except on a level of performance and symptom and to read that is gift. It is a gift well used in you and by you. So, regardless of outcome, I know you give it all you have got to give and that is all that matters to me.
…thanking you for your tenacity in seeing Laredo through this.
Hi- I just wanted to say thank you for posting your articles. We have a horse coming home this week from a failed lease/sale who is suspected of having navicular. Your article helped to not only shed light on what navicular is, but also what it is not – terminal.
It is very encouraging to have this bit of knowledge as we prepare to figure out what’s up with him and get him sound again.
Leo is now doing very well. First couple days it was a real trial to get him to eat his succeed no matter how I doctored it… but after the first 4 days he started eating it right down. He’s now back to eating his oats with bran, succeed and wetting it to a nice consistancy.
His mood has improved and he is back to himself.
Thank you. I am not sure if you are aware, but we called 7 DVM’s that Saturday morning and you were the only one with the exception of Hiber (who was out of town) that returned our call to come out. Actually I am thankful that you responded, I am not 100% confident that the others would have gone the route to treat Trisha’s wound so aggressively.
… We will keep on top of Tisha’s treatment and pray that all continues to go well.
I really appreciate all your help and sound advice…