Mission: To provide the best emergency and critical care for companion animals, and to support veterinary professionals and the animal-loving community.
Programs: Program accomplishment - clinic dovelewis works closely with the regional veterinary community to provide advanced 24-hour emergency and critical care services to animals in need. Dovelewis treated 13,954 patients this year. Dovelewis' staff of 105 employees includes several board-certified specialists, including three board-certified critical care specialists, and three specialty board-certified veterinary technicians. Dovelewis also serves as a nationally-accredited teaching hospital, offering advanced training for veterinarians and veterinary students in emergency and critical care.
program accomplishment - loacker golden education program dovelewis has developed an online education program called on the floor at dove, designed to further expand dovelewis' teaching mission and provide affordable educational resources to veterinary communities all over the world. On the floor at dove is a subscription-based service that includes videos on medical procedures, continuing education lectures, training protocols and business management discussions. On the floor at dove had over 260,000 website visitors this year. The program currently provides training materials to over 25,000 premium members, spanning over 2,000 organizations in 197 different countries. In addition to the extensive educational opportunities for veterinary professionals, the educational services program offers many local seminars and classes for pet owners and veterinary professionals, including a free annual conference during which ce credits can be obtained.
program accomplishment - stray animal & wildlifethe dovelewis stray animal & wildlife program provides emergency medical care to injured strays, lost pets and wounded wild animals. These animals come to dovelewis from county shelters, good samaritans, police officers and firefighters. During the last year, dovelewis treated 804 stray domestic animals and 590 wild animals, at a total cost of $227,509. Dovelewis makes every effort to reunite stray animals with their owners via microchip scanning and by operating one of the most comprehensive lost-and-found databases in the local area. In the event that an owner cannot be located, dovelewis works with local county shelters and complies with their protocols regarding stray animals. Dovelewis receives minimal reimbursement from the surrounding counties and animal control agencies, and therefore relies heavily on support from the community.