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    We offer canine and feline behavioral services.

    That wonderful bond that develops between a pet and it’s human can sadly be broken due to behavioral problems. There are solutions and together we can make a difference.
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    About Dr. Mar Doering

    Serving Mid-Missouri for over 30 years, Dr. Mar Doering specializes in the human animal bond. Click the link to find out more.
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Michelle Bohannon YahnigAbsolutely!!🐾❤3 hours ago   ·  1
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Our sweet and wonderful veterinary assistant, Jessie and her husband, Keith are having a baby. In fact, Jessie is almost 9 months pregnant right now and ready to deliver as soon as her baby boy, Sam, is ready. Jessie has been an amazing trooper every second of every day doing her best, working, and never complains even when she must bend down (which isn’t easy and no longer possible) to assist me with a large dog.
We are looking forward to meeting little Sam. Jessie and Keith will be wonderful parents.
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I wanted to share a photo of Penne Pasta’s Coonhound sister, Pastrami. Both girls came from JCAS and both girls have their doggy brothers and their human Daddy wrapped around their little fingers.
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Today is a big day for the Doering family. One year ago, our Houndy-girl, Penne Pasta, moved into our home (we have two female Coonhounds in our life now, both adopted from JCAS). Penne came to us terrified of every new thing and especially every new person she met. Luckily, Penne and I had already bonded having spent hours together at JCAS and at JCCC P4P. To Penne I was already her “person” and for that I feel very honored.

Penne has changed a lot this last year. She is now a truly happy member of our family at home and at All Paws where she comes with me each day. She has become a real “play girl” and a real love greeting me and her “Dad” each day with doggie smiles. However, Penne and I still have work to do. Change and meeting new people is still tough for her, but we are making progress every day.

Penne and I have been blessed to be surrounded by wonderful people who have helped us this year. To the great staff of the JCAS and Friends of the JCAS (especially Jackie) who rescued and believed in Penne, to my amazing staff and their spouses who have worked so hard to gain Penne’s trust, to my dear husband, Dave, who took on the challenge of becoming Penne’s “Daddy” when she wouldn’t even look at him in the beginning (today Penne loves Dave with all of her heart), and to the rest of our doggie and kitty pack who accepted Penne from the very beginning and showed her the way to calmness through their own actions, Penne and I are grateful. Thanks also goes to all of you who have sent their good thoughts to Penne. It means a lot to us both.
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Jackie FischerLove, love, love this girl!4 days ago   ·  2

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Our Westhighland Terrier, Duckie, is one of the bravest doggies I’ve known. Duckie has been ill with cancer for almost 2 years now. He still plays with his doggie family and his toys every day, still likes to lay on his back to get belly rubs, and he still has special bonding rituals that he shares with Dave and with me. Duckie truly finds happiness in each day even when it has to be a difficult thing to do.

It has been a little tough on Duckie the last few weeks to go out on pack walks each morning. I’ve tried not taking him with us, but he really feels left out. So, today I left him off-leash so he could follow his brothers, sisters and me at his own pace. He walked behind us, and at times, beside us. At one point we turned and he didn’t. When he reconnected with us Duckie gave me a look of pure love and joy. It melted my heart.

I feel blessed every day that Dave and I are lucky enough to continue to have this darling boy in our lives.

Have a Happy St. Patrick’s Day, everybody.
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I saw a very interesting case today. Some wonderful clients of our’s called saying one of their cat’s toes was sitting at an odd angle and she was painful and limping. They wondered if the toe had been dislocated, and that was exactly what had happened.

We gave reversible sedation and took x-rays to find the third toe on the left rear foot was completely out of the socket. It took some work and time to put the toe back into its rightful position. Follow-up x-rays confirmed that all looked well. We reversed the sedation and our sweet brave patient went back home with her family. I know they will take good care of her, but she will have to take it easy for a few days.
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Last night I was lucky enough to have another Puppy Training Class sponsored by the Friends of the Jefferson City Animal Shelter and the Jefferson City Humane Society. Puppy classes are always fun because you get to see the puppies learning and changing before your eyes. It is very rewarding.

I wanted to take a moment to thank the puppy owners who bring their sweet puppies to All Paws for training and I wanted to especially thank, too, the great volunteers who come to the training classes to assist me with the classes. They give of their time to help me help these great puppies. They are invaluable assistants. Often, we’ll have a combination of anxious pups, excited pups and happy-go-lucky pups, too, to train at the same time. While I’m working with some of the puppies, my assistants are working with the others. It makes a huge difference. Their help makes everything I do better.

So, my thanks goes to Jackie, President of the Friends of the Jefferson City Animal Shelter and the Jefferson City Animal Shelter Humane Society and incredible pet lover, to Heather, dedicated rescuer of dogs and to my own amazing Clinic Services Supervisor, Priscilla, who helps me every day with everything I do. I promise that I will never take any of you for granted. You are all the best of the best.
-Dr. Mar Doering
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I wanted to give a shout-out and “thank you” to Chris Taber, who designed and manages our All Paws’ website, and who you see behind the computer at Christmas time making our Santa Claus photos look spectacular. Chris made some delicious and healthy treats for our doggies. Our pack of seven love them. Thank you, Chris. I’ve included his recipe here:

Homemade Peanut Butter Oat Dog Treats (makes 30 treats):
1 cup milk or chicken broth
1/2 cup creamy peanut butter (make sure it does NOT contain artificial sweeteners such as xylitol)
1 large egg
2 cups all-purpose flour
1/2 cup oatmeal
Mix/roll/cut
Bake at 350 for 15 minutes
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Mindy Lynn RedelOh my goodness! Thank you for recipe. My Mom Phyllis Lynn just sent my daughter a little bone cookie cutter.2 weeks ago   ·  1

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I bought a new small doggy bed for Mario, our little Shih Tzu/Yorkie mix. Before Mario could try it out, our big Coonhound, Giuseppe, jumped in to try it out for size. As you can see, it wasn’t a great fit.
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Today is “If Pets Had Thumbs Day”. What a great idea for a holiday. It got me to thinking about what our pets would do if they had thumbs. Of course, in the Doering household, I believe it would be all about food. Having thumbs would assist them in opening the fridge and snack containers in order to choose their own goodies to eat. I’m pretty sure that thumbs wouldn’t prompt my guys to clean up their own messes or assist “Mom” with her chores, but I bet they would use their new functional digits to give me lots of “thumbs-ups” which would certainly keep me smiling.

What do you think your own pets would do if they had thumbs?
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Sandy Horstman MarriottI think our kitties would be opening the doors to let themselves in & out..and open the pantry for their food. 😺3 weeks ago   ·  1

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Taz is insisting I get back to work immediately. Or, at least feed her something tasty.
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Our two houndy girls, Pastrami and Penne, and I wanted to wish you all a Happy World Spay Day today. Both of our girls were adopted from the Jefferson City Animal Shelter and, of course, they are both spayed. They think girls who are spayed have more fun!
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My Mom’s birthday was February 22nd. Sadly, she died much too young. In fact, the clinic was only 1 ½ years old at the time of her death. My Mom was the greatest person I have ever known. I feel so blessed that I had such an incredible person for my mother. Every day I had her in my life was extra- special. So, while I can’t celebrate with her in person, I just thought that I would take a moment this week to celebrate my Mom’s life and tell you what she meant to my life.

My Mom believed in me and my love of animals and everything medical. She allowed me to bring every stray or injured wild creature (except snakes, since she was deathly afraid) home with me to try to “doctor” and she bought me my first tiny kid’s microscope for my birthday at the age of 8 even though we couldn’t afford it. She believed that I could and would become a veterinarian even though it was absolutely not a woman’s profession at the time. My Mom achieved her own dream of graduating from college while she was battling cancer. I was proud that she saw me become a veterinarian, but I was prouder still that I could see my Mom receive her degree and go on to receive her Master’s Degree as well just before she passed.

I am who I am because of my Mom. I carry her love with me each day, and feel very grateful.
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Dale RobertsVery sweet memories and she sounds like she was, indeed, a very special person.4 weeks ago   ·  1
Michelle Bohannon YahnigWhat a beautiful tribute! I'm sure she was a wonderful mom and was immensely proud of you! 💝4 weeks ago   ·  1

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We specialize in caring for pet’s individual needs- medical, surgical and behavioral, working as a team with you to keep your pets healthy and happy, and to answer every question you have. We do not take your trust in us lightly. We want a visit to All Paws to be the best experience your pets have outside of your home.

 

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