Dog Diseases & Conditions A-Z
Animal acupuncture is gaining popularity, but can it help your pet?
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Golden Labrador on a mountain in Maine A Vet's Life
Life and Death Decisions Part II: Bogey's Story
Owning a pet is a huge financial responsibility, and sometimes they get sick or hurt. It's important to avoid avoidable problems or look into pet insurance.
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My Dog's Veterinarian
Medical Imaging and Your Pet
Sometimes, veterinarians need to take a closer look at our pets to find out what’s wrong; that’s where medical imaging is crucial.
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What you need to know about declawing cats. Cat Surgery A-Z
Declawing: The Medical Facts
Declawing cats is a very controversial issue!
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How To Care For Your Pet After Surgery Dog Surgery A-Z
How To Care For Your Pet After Surgery
This video provides helpful tips for caring for your pet after surgery.
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Fibrosarcoma in Dogs Dog Diseases & Conditions A-Z
Fibrosarcoma Tumors in Dogs
Fibrosarcomas are slow-growing, malignant (cancerous) tumors most often found in the connective tissue of the skin and beneath the skin. While these tumors may be removed successfully, they frequently recur after surgery.
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Anesthesia and Your Dog Dog Surgery A-Z
Anesthesia and Your Dog
As is the case for us, our four-legged friends may require anesthesia as part of a surgery or procedure.
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Anesthesia and Your Cat Cat Surgery A-Z
Anesthesia and Your Cat
There are always risks when any anesthetic agent is administered to a patient, regardless of the length of time the patient is anesthetized.
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Hemangiosarcoma in Dogs Dog Diseases & Conditions A-Z
Hemangiosarcoma in Dogs
Hemangiosarcoma is a form of malignant cancer that arises from the cells that line blood vessels of various tissues of the body.
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The top 10 signs your dog may be sick (and what you can do about it) Dog Checkups & Preventive Care
The Top 10 Signs Your Dog May Be Sick (and What You Can Do About It)
As is the case with people, a dog’s health changes with age, and our pets age much faster than we do.
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