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Life and Death Decisions: Jada's Story
The parents of a 16-year old cat plead with Dr. Phil Zeltzman to perform surgery on a tumor despite the risks and certain decrease in the cat's quality of life.
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Defeating Diabetes? Gene Therapy Cures Type I Diabetes in Dogs
The groundbreaking research was conducted at Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB). In simplest terms, the scientists injected the diabetic dogs with gene therapy vectors in a single intramuscular injection.
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Pets: Just What The Doctor Ordered

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Global Pet Expo 2013: This Year's Hottest Bird and Exotic Products
There are lots of products out there for exotic pets, including insect-filled reptile lunch boxes, catty stacks for ferrets, and voice recorders for parrots.
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Show Your Pet Some Love This Valentine's Day A Vet's Life
Show Your Pet Some Love This Valentine's Day

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Brain Scans May Predict the Best Service Dogs
DARPA, the military’s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, is using the latest in medical technology to determine if young pups can be scientifically tested to determine the best candidates for service.
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Finding Fido A Vet's Life
Finding Fido

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Adoption and rescue can be great. But can you have too many pets? A Pet's Life
Is there such a thing as too many pets?
Our very own Casey talks with Sue Mahar, President with the Cat Care Coalition spay/neuter clinic a
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Show Some Love: Be A Foster Pet Parent A Vet's Life
Show Some Love: Be A Foster Pet Parent

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Chicken Jerky Treats Recalled: Waggin’ Train, Milo’s Kitchen, Canyon Creek Ranch, Cadet
It seems that many canines have become ill or have died after eating these treats. The FDA and private organizations failed to find a definitive cause of the dog’s sudden illnesses.
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