Dr. Allison Cannon likes treating diseases in which medical therapy allows for a return to a normal quality of life, such as Addison’s disease, exocrine pancreatic insufficiency and diabetes mellitus. She also finds it gratifying to provide solutions for more complex cases that require managing multiple diseases concurrently.
Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (Small Animal Internal Medicine)
Residency, Small Animal Internal Medicine, University of California, Davis
Internship, Small Animal Medicine & Surgery, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, University of Florida, Gainesville
Dr. Cannon loves horses and rides hunter and dressage. She and her husband have a number of pets: cats Luna, Eileen, Shitter and Gru; pit bull Dottie; rat terrier Stitch; and horses Zen, Phoebe, Rosemary and Candy.
From a family of veterinarians involved with thoroughbred horse racing, Dr. Ira Zaslow is one of the founding fathers of veterinary critical care medicine who helped establish a four-member society that is now the Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society with over 5000 members. He holds the distinction of being the first veterinarian accepted into the Society of Critical Care Medicine for human medicine. He published the first book on veterinary trauma and critical care, has lectured extensively over the years and has published prolifically. Skilled in all aspects of emergency and critical care medicine, Dr. Zaslow particularly enjoys orthopedic, trauma, and critically ill cases.
Charter Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Emergency & Critical Care
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, Ontario Veterinary College, Guelph, Ontario Canada
Bachelor of Arts, Biology, Boston University, MA
Dr. Zaslow is an ardent sailor and enjoys his vintage Swan sailing vessel Willowind. He and his wife of over 50 years have three daughters and five grandchildren. The family pets include standard poodle Sophie, dog Eva, and Norwegian forest cat Jogi.