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Do you know what your dog might be telling you about their health? "Symptoms to Watch for in Your Dog" now available on amazon
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Top Veterinary Articles of the Week: Elevated Liver Enzymes, Collapsed Trachea, and more ...
Elevated Liver Enzymes in Senior Dogs- What Does It Really Mean? Dr. Karen Louis/VetChick On your dog's blood panel, the two main values reflective of liver health are alanine transferase (ALT) and alkaline phosphatase (ALP). Gamma-glutamyltransferase (GGT)...
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Veterinary Highlights: New DNA-Based Strategy for Detection of TCC/UC from Free-Catch Urine
This year in the US, approximately 80,000 dogs will be diagnosed with canine transitional cell carcinoma (TCC) of the urinary tract. This is an aggressive, invasive cancer. An accurate diagnosis has been typically challenging, meaning that it often doesn't ...
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Why is My Dog’s Ear Swollen? All about Ear Hematomas Dr. Karen Louis/VetChick "There’s something freaky about seeing your dog’s formerly floppy ear become enlarged and painful." ~ Dr. Karen Louis An ear hematoma can develop very quickly. When the blood vess...
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Why Does Cookie Eat Mice and not Moles? My Hypothesis or You Don't Know What You Don't Know
I threw this question I figured you guys could have some fun with it and maybe learn something interesting. I was also curious what you come up with. No, I don't think it's because moles are cuter--particularly the star-nosed ones--I have the feeling these ...
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Top Veterinary Articles of the Week: Coccidia, Pulmonary Fibrosis, and more ...
Coccidia – a Parasite that is not a Worm Dr. Karen Louis/VetChick What do you first think of when you hear the word parasites? Worms? Fleas? Ticks? Enter coccidia. Puppies are most likely to be infected but adult dogs are not impervious. Because their eggs ...
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Top Veterinary Articles of the Week; SAM-e for Dogs, Veterinary Specialists, and more ...
What Can SAM-e Do for Dogs? Dr. Sarah Wooten SAM-e is an antioxidant normally in the liver. When the liver is unhealthy or injured, it cannot keep up with the production. The supplement form is made to mimic the natural compound. SAM-e supplementation is us...
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Top Veterinary Articles of the Week: Addison's Disease, Gut and the Immune System, and more ...
What Dog Owners Need to Know about Addison’s Disease Dr. Marty Becker Dr. Becker's article does not offer exhaustive information on the subject of Addison's disease in dogs. What makes it unique is the personal experience with his own dog. Quora, Dr. Becker...
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Top Veterinary Articles of the Week: Coat Color and Health, Diabetes, and more ...
My Pet Has Diabetes, Now What? Dr. Anna Coffin November is a pet diabetes awareness month. Did you know that approximately one out of every three hundred dogs have diabetes? That's an awful lot. There are strong arguments as to what is behind this epidemic....
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