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USDA Moves to Regulate Internet Pet Sales A Vet's Life
USDA Moves to Regulate Internet Pet Sales

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(Almost) Killing Kaya With Kindness
A loving pet parent overfeeds her golden retriever, leading to a higher risk of arthritis and diabetes. Fewer treats and a lighter diet help her lose weight.
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Dog being rescued A Vet's Life
September: Disaster Preparedness Month
September is National Disaster Preparedness Month, so it's a great time to make sure you're well prepared to care for your pet in the event of a natural disaster.
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Pet Parents: Research Shows Dogs May View Us As Parents A Vet's Life
Pet Parents: Research Shows Dogs May View Us As Parents
I don’t agree and know many of you also refer to your pets as “children.” New research suggests our dogs may view us as parental figures despite the protestations of specialists and authorities.
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A New Virus Threatens Dogs: Circovirus A Vet's Life
A New Virus Threatens Dogs: Circovirus
A new virus called canine circovirus has been blamed for several dog deaths across the U.S. Symptoms include vomiting, diarrhea, and weakness.
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Pets Are Good For Kids! A Vet's Life
Pets Are Good For Kids!
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The Plight of the Vaquita

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Vets, Pets, and Their People: The Evolution of Veterinary Care

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Drug-Resistant "Super Heartworms" Force Change In Treatment A Vet's Life
Drug-Resistant "Super Heartworms" Force Change In Treatment
Heartworms are a leading cause of death in dogs and cats in the U.S. A new strain of drug-resistant heartworms is forcing a change in treatment.
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A New Star In The War On Brain Cancer A Vet's Life
A New Star In The War On Brain Cancer
A rescued Great Dane may hold the key to a new treatment for humans after receiving successful experimental treatment for lung cancer.
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