Robert Reed, DVM, MSES, MPA

Dr. Reed received his veterinary degree from Texas A&M University in 1993 and his master degrees in environmental science and public affairs from Indiana University in 1987. Prior to beginning his veterinary career, he worked as a teacher, and as a wildlife biologist in Michigan, Alaska, and Tamaulipas, Mexico. He is a former research fellow with World Wildlife Fund and The Conservation Foundation. Dr. Reed practiced veterinary medicine in Texas, Utah, and Nevada before establishing roots in the Coachella Valley in 2003. As Medical Director he seeks to maintain a standard of exceptional patient care, a strong commitment to client service, and a dedication to involvement with the community of Rancho Mirage.

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Canine Influenza

How Important is Vaccination? Between December 27, 2017 and February 12, 2018, there were 413 confirmed cases of canine influenza in California, most of them...

Diseases That Affect Both Dogs And Coyotes

There are numerous diseases found in California that can impact both coyotes and domestic dogs. Some require direct transmission through close contact, others are...

Understanding Coyotes

For many of us, coyotes are the most recognizable wild mammals in the Coachella Valley. Whether they instill anger, fear, admiration, or just interest,...

Marijuana: If It’s Legal, Should You Give It to Your Pet?

by Robert Reed, DVM, MSES, MPA The passage of Prop 64 made it legal for Californians to possess marijuana for personal use and rekindled interest...

When You Really Can Blame the Dog

So you and your friends are gathered in the living room, enjoying snacks and having a few beers, watching the big game. Suddenly, your...
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