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Dr. Rod Van Horn


Omaha Animal Medical Group

Direct Phone: (402) ***-****       

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Omaha Animal Medical Group

Background Information


American Veterinary Dental Society

American Veterinary Medical Association

North American Veterinary Medicine Association




Boy Scouts of America


Oregon State University



Oregon State University

Doctorate of Veterinary medicine


undergraduate degree

Northern Arizona University

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This is what their website says about it in their FAQ section with a charming looking guy named Dr. Van Horn:

Dr. Van Horn is cheery and colorful in his green windbreaker, wearing a stethoscope to add to his credibility. He appears to be Photoshopped into the backdrop of a vet practice, complete with an exam table and a kitty carrier behind him. The backdrop is washed in blue hue, which makes his friendly mug stand out more. Did you know that psychologically the color green makes you feel friendly?
Hmmm. This picture looks an awful lot like his Facebook profile picture, only with a different background.
I am almost ashamed to tell you that Dr. Rod Van Horn went to Oregon State University. (We live in Oregon.) He graduated in the 1980's, yet there are no reviews for him as a clinician, or his supposed vet practive, Omaha Animal Medical Group which he started 18 years ago. According to Google, his thriving vet practice is listed under "Boarding and Pet Sitting". On the Sergeant's Look at the Label website, they describe Dr. Van Horn as: Dr. Van Horn received his undergraduate degree from Northern Arizona University, upon which he attended Oregon State University. He graduated from OSU in 1988 with his Doctorate of Veterinary medicine. He practiced in Arizona for 4 years and then moved to Omaha to establish Omaha Animal Medical Group in the spring of 1992. Notice it doesn't really say what Omaha Animal Medical Group is? It's about as vague as his description of Gokliat. According the Nebraska Secretary of State search, Omaha Animal Medical Group is not an active or inactive business entity. The Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services licenses veterinarians, and he does have a license to practice in Nebraska, but again, when you search for the Omaha Animal Medical Group, it is a non-existant entity both active and inactive and Dr. Van Horn does not own any entity in the state of Nebraska. Dr. Van Horn does have a license in Arizona, with one complaint a scant 2 months after he got his license. If you are the enterprising type of sleuth, and have time on your hands, feel free to check with every state licensing board for veterinarians. He claims to hold license in "several" states, so there may be more. These are just some ways in which companion pet companies try to lend credibility to their name, brand and products. Dr. Van Horn has been on numerous videos and newscasts as a spokes person for Sergeant's. However, under his face, it usually says "Veterinarian" or "DVM".
As far as Dr. Van horn is concerned, you should really get your facts straight before publishing information that is unfounded in your research.

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The Balancing Act welcomed Dr. Rodney Van Horn of the Omaha Animal Medical Group as their special guest to address the topic.

Sentry HC® Good Behavior™ Pheromone Collar from Sergeant's® Featured on Lifetime Network's Show, The Balancing Act [cached]

The Balancing Act welcomed Dr. Rodney Van Horn of the Omaha Animal Medical Group as their special guest to address the topic.

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The Balancing Act welcomed Dr. Rodney Van Horn of the Omaha Animal Medical Group as their special guest to address the topic.

Press Room | Sergeant's Pet Care Products, Inc - Caring For Pets Since 1868 [cached]

The Balancing Act welcomed Dr. Rodney Van Horn of the Omaha Animal Medical Group as their special guest to address the topic. Dr. Van Horn says, Mother dogs and cats comfort their offspring by emitting pheromones as they nurse. The puppies and kittens associate this scent with being safe and satisfied. Later in the pets' lives, these same pheromones can still trigger feelings of safety and well-being. So no matter what the age of the pet, the Sentry HC Good Behavior collar can be effective at addressing those stress related behavioral issues.

He adds, The Sentry HC Good Behavior Pheromone Collar gives pet owners a convenient, safe way to help their pets reduce the negative behavior that comes from stress and anxiety, including separation anxiety.
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