The Vets Behind The Blog

Dr. Josh Sosnow

My name is Dr. Josh Sosnow and I own North Scottsdale Animal Hospital.  I am a small animal vet specializing in internal medicine, allergies, dermatology, soft tissue repair, puppy and senior wellness.  I decided to start this blog so I can share my experiences, views and expertise with pet owners all over the world.  I encourage healthy dialogue and questions in my blog.  Please respect my opinions as I would respect yours.  Thank you for reading and I hope you enjoy!

 

 

 

Robert P Trupp DVM
Dr. Robert Trupp

My name is Dr. Robert Trupp and I recently moved to Arizona from Topeka, Kansas. I come to North Scottsdale Animal Hospital with 20 years of experience as owner, hospital director and practicing veterinarian of a small animal hospital in Kansas. I specialize in medical, diagnostic, surgical and dentistry skills. Educating clients is a top priority of mine and I hope this blog will help ensure that your pet family member can enjoy a healthy and long life.

One thought on “The Vets Behind The Blog

  1. Hi Josh,
    I have a 12 year old Border Collie named Zoe and live in Riverside, CA. We have been on several trips to the Phoenix area in the past 2.5 years. Zoe tested positive for Valley Fever at a dilution factor of 4 in her first two tests and positive at a factor of 8 dilutions in her last test. I just had her blood drawn 2 days ago to check again as my vet is not yet ready to treat her. I am still waiting for the most recent results and also asked for a senior blood panel. Zoe seems to have less energy and now has a bony lump on the inside of her right hock. An x-ray taken at the most recent vet visit also shows lytic lesions in a small area near the joint. She also has a bit of a dry cough albeit infrequently. I do not want to wait until it is too late. What can I do to get my vet to be more proactive.
    Thanks for any help you can provide.

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