Atrial Fibrillation: Why is My Dog’s Heart Beating so Fast? Dog Diseases & Conditions A-Z
Atrial Fibrillation: Why is My Dog’s Heart Beating so Fast?
If your dog has atrial fibrillation his heart could beat as fast as 200 beats per minute! Learn how to spot the condition and how to protect your dog.
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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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Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy (HCM) in Cats Cat Diseases & Conditions A-Z
Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy (HCM) in Cats
This disease is the most common cause of sudden death in indoor cats, and the worst part is that it rarely shows symptoms. Learn how to protect your cat from HCM.
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Celebrating The 4th of July With Your Pets: Firework Safety Dog Checkups & Preventive Care
Firework Poisoning and Other 4th of July Safety Concerns
What seems like fun to you may terrify your pet.
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Keep Your Pet Safe This 4th of July Dog Checkups & Preventive Care
Dr. Ruth's Top 5 Tips for a Pet Safe 4th of July
Keep pets away from grills and human food and make sure they are always nearby to ensure their safety and health on this summer holiday.
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Dog Surgery A-Z
Safer Anesthesia, Better Surgery, Happy Pets
Learn how today's pet surgery has com so far.
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Woman holding reluctant cat Cat Checkups & Preventive Care
How To Pill Your Cat
Dr. Ruth MacPete talks about the ever-difficult task of persuading a cat to take a pill.
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My Dog's Veterinarian
Sometimes, You Just Need To Follow the Directions
After a diagnosis or surgery, it’s important to recognize that veterinary advice is to be taken seriously. This pet parent learned the hard way.
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What Is Quality of Life For Pets? End-of-Life Support & Grieving Dogs
What Is Quality of Life For Pets?
Dr. Phil Zeltzman discusses what, exactly, constitutes quality of life for pets. 
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The Top 5 Cat Toxins Cat Toxins & Poisons
The Top 5 Cat Toxins
While the majority of poisoning calls to Pet Poison Helpline involve dogs, almost 10% of the calls are from cat owners.
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