September 2009


Our Ballistic Racers Flyball Team is celebrating its second anniversary. In the Flyball world, this is a very short time. For our team however, there have been monumental accomplishments made! In the fall of 2007 we started our team with only four (more…)

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By Michele Greer, DVM

Dr. Michele H. Greer is a small animal veterinarian, AVCA certified animal chiropractor, and IVAS trained veterinary acupuncturist.
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"Joe Cool"

What is Veterinary Acupuncture?
Acupuncture is the placement of needles into specific acupoints to stimulate the body to heal itself by effecting certain physiological changes. In traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), medical conditions are believed to be caused by imbalances in the flow of qi (chi) or energy in the body. Acupuncture is believed to balance the qi, therefore able to help resolve medical problems.

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Vegas or Vegie is a rescue split faced border collie who is a flyball fanatic. She and her mom Joanne, have been racing in flyball for seven years and hold numerous titles. Vegie loves flyball more that anything else in the world. She usually is in the start dog position and smiling as she clears the jumps. She enjoys walks, playing frisbee and likes to ride in the car. She recently took up swimming which she enjoys immensely. Vegie has great flyball skills and is the border collie on our team logo.

Vegas at home Aug 09

Coco the mini poodle is not only a flyball dog, but quite a performer. She is still learning the sport, but always looking for applause whenever she can get it. A brief pause at the box, a look to the right as she goes over a jump, or a prance at the finish line are all good places for little Coco to get extra recognition. Coco is fast, loves to play flyball and visiting her flyball friends. She and her parents, Erich and Sara make up a great flyball family.

 Coco