Dr. Victoria Drouet grew up in Cullman, Alabama. She graduated with honors from Auburn University with her Bachelor of Science in Poultry Science and minor in Spanish. She earned her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Auburn University in 2010. Dr. Drouet married her wonderful husband, Nerren Pratt, and moved to Chattanooga in 2011. Together they have one son; Stone, two cats, one dog, two horses, and 150 head of Angus cattle. In her free time she enjoys running, swimming and spending time in downtown Chattanooga. She is very excited and looking forward to meeting all the friendly faces and tails of Signal Mountain!
Dr. Koss graduated from the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary medicine. After graduation, she spent time practicing at veterinary hospitals located in both Tennessee and New Hampshire. Her professional interests include infectious disease, feline medicine, dentistry, and preventative medicine.
Have you heard of Zeutering? We now offer an FDA approved alternative to surgical castration in male dogs 3 months of age or older. This nonsurgical neutering consists of locally injecting a compound of zinc and arginine into the testicles. Compared to the traditional neuter operation Zeutering only requires light sedation and produces very limited discomfort. There are situations where surgical castration might be more advisable, please talk to one of our doctors to see if it is right for your male dog.
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