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How Safe is Anesthesia in My Senior Dog?
Don't believe the myths, learn the facts about anesthesia in senior dogs.
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Do All Cats Need Regular Checkups? Yes!
Learn why even indoor cats are not immune to needing regular veterinary care.
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10 Simple Tips to Find a Veterinary Surgeon
Learn the best ways to choose a surgeon, and where you can find one.
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Cat Diarrhea: When is it Serious and How Do I Stop It?
Learn when diarrhea in cats should be considered an emergency.
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Treating 6 Common Puppy Fractures
Learn the signs of some common puppy fractures, and what you should do if you see them.
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Retriever’s Senior Exam Reveals Mass Before Rupture
Tucker went in for a routine, senior checkup. Learn how it may have saved his life.
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Moonshine Spurs an Unforgettable Holiday Vet Visit
Dr. Ward found himself in a completely unexpected situation one holiday season, after a dog got into a homemade distillery.
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Understanding Key Veterinary Terms Can Improve Your Dog’s Next Checkup
These key veterinary vocabulary words can help you with a quicker, clearer dog exam.
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How My Former Puppy Mill Dog Changed All of My Pet Health Assumptions
When my dog was diagnosed with cancer I thought she would not be a good candidate for treatment. Then, Fiona changed all of my assumptions.
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Why Does My Veterinarian Want to Test My Dog for Diabetes?
Your veterinarian will want to test your dog regularly for diabetes, and for good reason. Learn why this disease is hard to spot and how your veterinarian will test.
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