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Smiling white pit bull in practice waiting room A Vet's Life
Life and Death Decisions Part V: Panda's Story
A risky surgery and an anticipated tumor give a six-year old pit bull a new lease on life, underscoring the importance of exploratory surgery.
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A Little Girl's Legacy of Love
There was a little girl named Catherine Violet Hubbard, who was, by all accounts, very special.
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Old chihuahua A Vet's Life
Life and Death Decisions Part IV: Caramel's Story

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Wildlife Parks: Right or Wrong? A Vet's Life
Wildlife Parks: Right or Wrong?
I’ve always considered myself more of an advocate of Animal Welfare than of Animal Rights, though I do respect many of the opinions and philosophies of some of the animal rights organizations.
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Cat in shadows A Vet's Life
Life and Death Decisions Part III: Mojo's Story
Sometimes, dogs and cats get sick and there's nothing that can be done. Fortunately, humane euthanasia can help them pass away pain-free and with dignity.
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Where To Find Green Pet Products

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Help Your Pets Go Green

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Celebrating Earth Day: Going Green With Your Pet A Vet's Life
Celebrating Earth Day: Going Green With Your Pet
While most pet owners are pretty eco-friendly (after all, we scoop our own dog’s poop, right?), some people may not realize the impact of all those extra carbon footprints that your four-legged dog or cat produce also.
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Pets, People, and the Boston Marathon Bombing
I often implore my veterinary colleagues to stay healthy and “Emergency Room Ready” at all times.
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Golden Labrador on a mountain in Maine A Vet's Life
Life and Death Decisions Part II: Bogey's Story
Owning a pet is a huge financial responsibility, and sometimes they get sick or hurt. It's important to avoid avoidable problems or look into pet insurance.
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