Monthly Archives: April 2014

Nicholas Finn, DVM – 2013 Veterinarian of The Year

During the Arkansas Veterinary Medical Association’s winter meeting in February, Dr. Nicholas Finn was presented with the distinction and honor of being named the 2013 Veterinarian of the Year. Dr. Finn has been a small animal practitioner for 32 years. After graduating from Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1978, he began practicing veterinarian medicine at Bellevue Animal Clinic in Little Rock, AR, where he remained until 1984. He then opened … Continue reading

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Spring 2014

Spring has finally sprung and the pollen is filling the air. Winter ended with a fabulous Winter Meeting in Hot Springs. Dr. Andrea Shaw put together a great program and we had record attendance. We also need to remember our sponsors and all the exhibitors. Without them, our meeting would not be as successful and we would not be able to keep our fees at a minimum. Thank them when they come to … Continue reading

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2013 Pet of The Year – Zoe

  Dr. Wayne Roberson, of Treasure Hill Animal Hospital, awarded the 2013 Pet of The Year award to Zoe. She is a Border Collie/Siberian Husky. She serves as a therapy dog in private practice and also as the family pet of Rachel Morse, M.S., CCC/SLP; DIR Training Leader/Expert Level Practioner; Hanen certified. Rachel is a Speech-Language Pathologist in private practice that works with children with autism and other children with many complex neurological … Continue reading

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President’s Letter : April 2014

To my Colleagues: I am so excited and honored to serve as the Arkansas Veterinary Medical Association 2014 President. After graduating from Auburn University in 1995, my husband and I moved to central Arkansas and we have been happy to call it home since. Outside of my veterinary world I enjoy reading, camping, geocaching and cheering on my teenage daughter during her different endeavors. I have been blessed to work with many talented … Continue reading

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