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Pet Specialty Services and diagnostics

Swann Animal Clinic is dedicated to providing the best possible care to your pets. This is one of several reasons we partner with specialty veterinary professionals. Current specialty offerings include soft-tissue/orthopedic surgery, advanced imaging, and internal medicine.

SWANN ANIMAL CLINIC PET specialty services & diagnostics

We understand how important your pet is for you, that’s why we’ll give them the care that they deserve.

Veterinary Specialty Surgery

Partnering with our specialist team allows us to provide you and your pets with the best possible medicine on a local level. Often when our patients require the intervention of a specialist, this requires long-distance traveling to areas like Denver, Oklahoma City, and the Dallas Metroplex. By bringing the specialist to you at scheduled intervals, your pets receive optimal care from the best. If your pet needs a specialized procedure or treatment, please schedule an appointment with one of our veterinarians. We will coordinate on your behalf with the right specialist for your pet.

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Veterinary Specialty IMAGING & DIAGNOSTICS 

All of our locations offer the latest technology in diagnostic imaging. Our digital radiographs allow us to obtain diagnostic images of your pet in seconds. Our doctors will be able to show and explain the images to you in your private exam room. This also allows us to consult with board-certified specialists in cases that require special treatments. Ultrasound technology gives our doctors the opportunity to see more detailed images of your pet’s internal organs. We have a certified ultrasonographer on staff to perform abdominal ultrasounds and pregnancy checks. All ultrasounds are referred to a board-certified radiologist for interpretation within 24 to 48 hours. We work closely with a boarded clinician from Lubbock who is able to perform echocardiograms and endoscopy. This allows us to collect biopsies and direct treatment protocols. Dental radiographs allow our doctors to see what is happening below your pet’s gumline. Broken tooth roots, root abscesses, and fractures are just a few of the issues that are found with this diagnostic tool.

Meet the Specialists

Dr. Heritage Enevoldsen

Dr. Moorer grew up in South Georgia and graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Georgia in 2008. He completed a 1-year rotating internship at Texas A&M University after graduation. He then spent one year at the Dallas Veterinary Surgical Center as a surgical intern before obtaining a residency in small animal surgery at Oklahoma State University. He completed the 3-year residency at Oklahoma State University in 2013 and then stayed on as faculty for the following year. During that time, he also passed the ACVS certification examination in 2014 to become board-certified in small animal surgery. After leaving OSU, Dr. Moorer spent three years in San Antonio in a multi-specialty hospital performing soft tissue, orthopedic, and neurologic surgeries. Dr. Moorer has been in Colorado since 2017 and started Trek Veterinary Surgery in 2019. In his spare time, Dr. Moorer enjoys spending time with his wife and son, hiking, camping, hunting, and training for triathlons.

Dr. Kellie Dodson

Dr. Sears is a small animal internal medicine specialist that provides specialty diagnostics and consultation for patients upon his colleagues’ request. He received his doctorate from the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine and subsequently became board-certified in small animal internal medicine after completing a 3-year residency at the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. As a native Texan born in Amarillo and raised in Lubbock, he is the only full-time veterinary specialist in the Panhandle and West Texas regions. He and his wife are the founders and owners of West Texas Veterinary Specialists (txvetspecialty.com). When not working, they enjoy chasing their three sons around and attempting to steward this life with which they have been graciously blessed.

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