A Vet's Life

Here you’ll find news and opinions from Pet Health Network’s expert veterinarians.

When Dogs Play Matchmaker A Vet's Life
When Dogs Play Matchmaker
Heartwarming stories of new relationships ignited by dogs.
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Are Dog Germs Good for You? A Vet's Life
Are Dog Germs Good for You?
Could a big, sloppy kiss from your dog be good for you? Some studies suggest that yes, it can be!
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Prairie Dog Deaths Cause Concern about the Plague A Vet's Life
Arizona Prairie Dog Deaths Caused by the Plague
According to Brooks Hays of UPI.com, Arizona health officials became concerned when a large number of prairie dogs were found to be dying or dead.
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Outbreak of Canine Influenza Virus in Chicago: Is Your Dog at Risk? A Vet's Life
Outbreak of Canine Influenza Virus in Chicago: Is Your Dog at Risk?
A Chicago outbreak of canine influenza has now affected over 1000 dogs. Learn the steps you can take to protect your canine.
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What Kind of Music Do Cats Like? New Study Offers Insights A Vet's Life
What Kind of Music Do Cats Like? New Study Offers Insights
Scientist are learning about how music affects your cat by creating melodies that mimic purr and meow sounds.
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Arrow Removed from Cat: The Unbelievable Surgery A Vet's Life
Arrow Removed from Cat: The Unbelievable Surgery
The story of socks and the arrow that had to be removed from his lungs will stun you.
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Pet Conditions are Improving in Developing Countries: My First Hand Account A Vet's Life
Veterinary Standards of Care in Developing Nations: A Vet’s Account
Good news! conditions for pets are improving in developing countries. Learn what Dr. Mike Paul has seen during his travels.
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Dogs Poisoned at Dog Show A Vet's Life
Dogs Poisoned at Dog Show: How Can You Spot the Signs of Poison?
The tragic story of several poisoned dogs can help remind us of a valuable message. Learn how to spot poison symptoms early, before it has time to kill.
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New Study Shows Therapy Dogs Can Support Cancer Treatment A Vet's Life
New Study Shows Therapy Dogs Can Support Cancer Treatment
The first study of its kind points to evidence that dog lovers have long awaited. See what happens when therapy dogs are introduced to cancer patients.
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4 Paws for Ability: A Mission to Connect Service Dogs with Disabled Children A Vet's Life
4 Paws for Ability: A Mission to Connect Service Dogs with Disabled Children
After struggling to obtain a service dog of her own, Karen Shirk started an organization to unite these hero dogs with brave girls, boys and veterans.
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