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Abandoned and Abused, a Puppy is Saved by a Heroic Pit Bull A Pet's Life
Abandoned and Abused, a Puppy is Saved by a Heroic Pit Bull
We’re taking a look at 13 of the luckiest, most inspiring pets of 2013.
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'Tis the Season of Giving: Pet- and Animal-Based Charities A Vet's Life
'Tis the Season of Giving: Pet- and Animal-Based Charities

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Pepper: Before YouTube, the Most Famous Movie Cat A Pet's Life
Pepper: Before YouTube, the Most Famous Movie Cat
I love movies. I love pets. I love history. Add those together and I unearthed the story of the very first movie star cat, Pepper. Long before YouTube created instant fame from felines frolicking in boxes, there was a story cat that would go on to star in some of Hollywood’s most celebrated silent films. This is the legend of Pepper.
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Therapy dog comforting a woman at the hospital A Vet's Life
All About Therapy Dogs

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Dr. Ernie Ward: What I'm Thankful For A Vet's Life
A Holiday Thanks to Shelter Workers
Imagine caring for 6 to 8 million dogs and cats each year. Now picture having to euthanize half those animals every year for little or no pay. That’s the job our heroic animal shelter and rescue personnel and volunteers perform each year. For them I am eternally grateful.
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Dr. Phil Zeltzman: What I'm Thankful For

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Dr. Justine Lee: What I'm Thankful For A Vet's Life
Dr. Justine Lee: What I'm Thankful For
I like to take the time to reflect back on all that I’m thankful for. (In reality, we should be thankful more than one day a year!).
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Dr. Ruth MacPete: What I'm Thankful For A Vet's Life
Dr. Ruth MacPete: What I'm Thankful For
Thanksgiving serves as a good yearly reminder for us to acknowledge the things we are thankful for. In the spirit of Thanksgiving, I’m dedicating my blog to the people and things I am thankful for.
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Lifetime Study on Golden Retrievers Searching for Participants

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Old man with a dog at the park A Vet's Life
Pets Help Cure Loneliness in Seniors
One of the most challenging aspects of aging is isolation and loss of social interaction. A new study proves that pets can cheer up lonely seniors and enhance quality of life. But we pet lovers already knew that.
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