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New Study Asks if Arthritis in Dogs Causes Mood Changes
Science has already show a connection between arthritis in people and depression. Now a similar question is being asked about dogs.
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Dog licking owner A Vet's Life
New Study Shows You Are Your Dog’s Favorite Smell
Did you know that your dogs favorite smell is you? Learn how science proves it!
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Golden Retrievers in a large car crate A Vet's Life
Canine Crash Studies Evaluate Crate and Carrier Safety
Learn what new safety tests have to say about pet crates and carriers.
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New Audit Might Make You Doubt Online Symptom Checkers A Vet's Life
New Audit Might Make You Doubt Online Symptom Checkers
Do you run for the computer when your pet is feeling sick. Learn why that shouldn't be your only source.
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New Research: What Does it Mean When Your Dog Stares? A Pet's Life
New Research: What Does it Mean When Your Dog Stares?
New research suggests there's a chemistry when you and your dog make eye contact and that it deepens the bond.
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What Kind of Music Do Cats Like? New Study Offers Insights A Vet's Life
What Kind of Music Do Cats Like? New Study Offers Insights
Scientist are learning about how music affects your cat by creating melodies that mimic purr and meow sounds.
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Why do Cat's Like Boxes? New Study Offers New Answers A Vet's Life
Why do Cats Like Boxes? New Study Offers New Answers
If you cohabitate with a cat, you’ve probably noticed the apparently addictive attraction felines foster for boxes.
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Veterinary Clinical Trials Explained Dog Diseases & Conditions A-Z
Veterinary Clinical Trials Explained
Could a clinical trial be right for you? Learn the pros and cons.
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New Study Shows Rolling Over May Not Be Submissive Behavior A Vet's Life
New Study Shows Rolling Over May Not Be Submissive Behavior
See why Dr. Ward calls rolling over "The New Ninja!"
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How Rescue Pups help Adopted Children A Vet's Life
Every Annie needs a Sandy: How Rescue Pups help Adopted Children
Studies have shown that rescued pets can help sooth adopted children. Dr. Ernie Ward weighs in on this fascinating topic.
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