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Background Information

Employment History

Veterinary Specialty Hospital of the Carolinas

Animal Emergency & Critical Care Center

Education

veterinary degree

Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine

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Dr. Kim LoGuidice received her veterinary degree from the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine. She completed a one year internship in emergency and critical care at the Animal Emergency and Critical Care Center in Bridgewater, MA where she worked with specialists in the areas of critical care, surgery and internal medicine. Her interest and experience in critical care led to a staff position in emergency medicine at a specialty practice in Charlotte, NC and then to the VSH. Dr. LoGuidice has been with VSH since January of 2003 and serves as the Director of Emergency and Critical Care Services for our hospitals.
Dr. LoGuidice enjoys all aspects of emergency and critical care medicine due to the variety of cases she sees.  She finds trauma cases challenging and rewarding if she can get a patient through a critical phase then back to a great quality of life. She also has an interest in metabolic emergencies-diabetic ketoacidosis patients Addisonian crisis as they present great challenges of balancing fluids and electrolytes, but are also rewarding to see improvements in these patients.


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Kimberly LoGuidice

Dr. LoGuidice graduated from the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2000.She then completed a one year internship in emergency and critical care at the Animal Emergency and Critical Care Center in Bridgewater, Mass. where she worked with specialists in the areas of critical care, surgery and internal medicine.Her interest and experience in critical care led to a staff position in emergency medicine at a specialty practice in Charlotte, NC and then to the Veterinary Specialty Hospital.Dr. LoGuidice has been with VSH since January of 2003.


VSH - Veterinary Specialty Hospital of the Carolinas

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Kimberly LoGuidice

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Dr. LoGuidice graduated from the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2000.She then completed a one year internship in emergency and critical care at the Animal Emergency and Critical Care Center in Bridgewater, Mass. where she worked with specialists in the areas of critical care, surgery and internal medicine.Her interest and experience in critical care led to a staff position in emergency medicine at a specialty practice in Charlotte, NC and then to the Veterinary Specialty Hospital.Dr. LoGuidice has been with VSH since January of 2003.


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Before using any flea control product owners should carefully read the label instructions, says Kim LoGuidice, DVM and head of the ER department at Veterinary Specialty Hospital of the Carolinas in Cary, North Carolina. She warns to never to apply a canine flea product on cats because doing so might trigger a toxic reaction in felines that requires emergency medical attention.


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Take steps now, suggests Dr. Kimberly LoGuidice, emergency veterinarian at the Veterinary Specialty Hospital of the Carolinas.A mom herself, LoGuidice knows how hard it can be for pet owners to become parents.

"We treat pets like humans, but sometimes roles have to change when a baby comes along," she says.
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"Take your animals in for a checkup to make sure they're healthy and not uncomfortable or in any pain," LoGuidice advises.

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