COVID Updates: We are limiting the number of people entering the hospital. All visitors must be escorted into the building by a staff member. Please text us upon arrival. Our exam rooms are limited to 2 pet owners at a time and we are utilizing curbside care for many services. We ask for your patience as we strive to keep you, your pets and our staff safe and healthy.

How Dogs’ Sensitive Noses Could Change Cancer Diagnosis

 
If you could “see” a smell, it would look something like a drop of food coloring dispersing through a cup of water with intense knots in some places and misty tendrils around the borders. Olfaction scientists call these “odor landscapes”—it’s why sometimes you get a whiff of a nasty smell while your cubiclemate sits blissfully unaware. Moving through these odor landscapes with a human nose is relatively unremarkable. Unless you’re near a bakery or a dirty diaper, a perfume counter or a freshly varnished bookcase, you’re unlikely to notice the many scent fields continuously curling and colliding around you.

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Update To Our COVID Protocols

We are limiting the number of people entering the hospital.  All visitors must be escorted into the building by a staff member.  Please text us upon arrival.  Our exam rooms are limited to 2 pet owners at a time and we are utilizing curbside care for many services.  We ask for your patience as we strive to keep you, your pets and our staff safe and healthy.