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Rocky Mountain Veterinary Neurologist, Best Animal Vet Neurologist, Steve Lane

Rocky Mountain Veterinary Neurology
3550 South Inca Street
Englewood, CO 80110

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September 28, 2014 Featured Patients0

This is Ginger, a precious and adorable 9 month old Jack Russell Terrier. She is a previous client of Dr. Lane’s and came in yesterday for seizure activity. We have controlled her episodes with a Valium drip and she is under close monitoring and receiving plenty of TLC. Depending on her exam and comfort level, she is scheduled to go home today or tomorrow. Get better Ginger, you are such a sweetheart!!


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November 26, 2012 Pet Memorials0

Pet Memorial – “Decker Perera”. On November 13th, 2012 Decker passed away, cradled in his mother’s arms.

Dear Dr. Lane, Lori, Stacey and others at VRCC neurology,

I felt moved to share my gratitude to you all for helping my little Jack Russell Terrier, Decker back in 2008 and 2009. We came to you in grave need and you helped give my little guy 4 years of life when many thought it wasn’t meant to be.

Dr. Lane, I remember when he seemed to be at his worst, as we stood outside his “cage” at VRCC, I asked if you sincerely had hope for him. You paused for a bit and said, “yes.” Thank you!

Lori, you came all the way to Boulder to deliver and adjust his set of wheels. Thank you!

Stacey, I just knew you dearly cared for him. Thank you!

With deep appreciation,
Nomali


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June 8, 2011 Featured Patients0

As a veterinary specialist, I have been fortunate to practice specialized veterinary medicine and surgery for strangers and for colleagues, who allowed me the privilege of caring for their own pet. I have dealt with both the positive and negative outcomes of their companion animals. This is an emotional side that I have kept at a distance.

My family has been blessed by a wonderful companion and family member who, for 15 years has always brought happiness, laughter, and smiles to our faces whether she was chasing hummingbird shadows, barking at nonexistent objects intended to stimulate our other Jack Russell Terrier, Tobie, or attempting to crawl underneath the covers at night to sleep. This latter maneuver usually resulted in a brawl with Tobie, who was already under the covers.

These simple joys, and an endless list of other memories, bring immense pleasure to the life of a professional practicing veterinary medicine, and were sometimes forgotten with the rushed and harried nature of our profession. Even when we experienced 14-16 hour days, there was never a time when I returned home from a long day where our eldest JRT, Annie, was not waiting with a smile, a wag, and attempts to be patted and loved. Annie was loved and she knew it. She taught me of the significance pets play in our lives. She will be truly missed from our family.


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