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Cytauxzoon Felis: What You Should Know about Deadly Bobcat Fever Dog Diseases & Conditions A-Z
Cytauxzoon Felis: What You Should Know about Deadly Bobcat Fever
Think you've heard of all cat diseases? What about Cytauxzoon felis? A deadly blood-parasite common across the Southern United States.
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A New Study Shows that Vomiting in Cats is often a Sign of Serious Disease A Vet's Life
Study Shows that Vomiting in Cats is often a Sign of Serious Disease
It's often mistakenly thought that for a cat to vomit a few times a week is normal. This new study shows that vomiting is never normal.
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Could Genetic Testing Help Eliminate Debilitating Dog and Human Diseases? A Vet's Life
Could Genetic Testing Help Eliminate Debilitating Dog and Human Diseases?
Anyone who watches crime shows may get the impression that DNA has always been a weapon in crime fighting. But that was not always its design.
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The Truth about the Origin of the Domestic House Cat A Vet's Life
The Truth about the Origin of the Domestic House Cat
You've heard the rumors, now learn the truth about the first domestic cats. If you thought they came from Egypt, think again.
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Crafty Crows: How Much Truth Did Aesop Know? A Pet's Life
Crafty Crows: How Much Truth Did Aesop Know?
There may be some truth to one of Aesop's famous fables. A new study proves that crows are pretty smart birds after all.
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Can Dogs Help Children With Autism? A Vet's Life
Can Dogs Help Children With Autism?
You know what your dog does for you, can you imagine how he may help an autistic child?
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Dog Hair Sheds Light On Hormonal Disease Dog Diseases & Conditions A-Z
Dog Hair Could Shed Light on Cushings Disease in Dogs
Cushing’s disease typically occurs in older canines. The most common symptoms include increased thirst and urination, excessive appetite, thinning and loss of hair, and a pot-bellied appearance.
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A Vet's Life
Study Shows Supplement Improves Feline Immune Function
Before you debunk this as coming from an insignificant island south of nowhere, keep in mind the Kiwis gave us the eggbeater, the referee whistle, and the world’s safest no-springs trampoline.
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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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Pets Are Good For Kids! A Vet's Life
Pets Are Good For Kids!
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