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Pets that are missing are a major concern among pet owners. There are websites and social media pages dedicated to reuniting missing pets with their owner.. The clinic where I work at frequently get calls about missing pets and we have a bulletin board that is dedicated to missing pet posters. So there is a concerted effort to ... Read more

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Vaccines play an important role in animal health by reducing disease prevalence in our pets. Even though vaccines are common in pets there still seems to be common misconceptions associated with them. Listed is the most common misconceptions noted with vaccines. Vaccines provide %100 protection Many people believe that if their pet is vaccinated against ... Read more

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Yes, it is true you can test for DNA in dog feces. I discovered this while having a conversation with  a relative of mine who recently moved to my area. They mentioned that they had to submit a DNA sample from their dog as part of their lease requirement.  I  was surprised by this information  so I decided to ... Read more

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So has this happened to you? You take your pet to the veterinarian and he or she is spending a lot of time with the stethoscope over the heart. Then the next statement you are told is “your pet has a heart murmur “. So what does that mean? Does that guarantee your pet has heart ... Read more

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In the blogosphere, there are quite a few controversial topics regarding animal health. Some of the most common controversial topics include pet food diets, vaccines, spay/neuter, declawing and medications. While I am not too bothered by those who have different opinions on the subject, my pet peeve is when they bring up as an absolute ... Read more

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I knew that a discussion regarding raw diets was sometimes a contentious issue, but I never knew how controversial it was until I started blogging. Whenever a popular veterinary website or blog site posts something about raw diets the comment sections goes crazy. People on both sides of the issue sling mud as political candidates ... Read more

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How many times have you noticed a skin mass on your pet and it worried you? Have there been times that you have decided just to watch it or have you been so worried that you decided to have your veterinarian look at it? For those who have taken their pet to the veterinarian, were you ... Read more

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I still consider myself a novice blogger. As of this date, I have been blogging for just under a year. What I have learned with my brief experience so far is that you never know if your article will be received as it is intended. I am not sure if this article will come across ... Read more

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I admit my favorite part of my job is seeing puppies for their first vaccination visit. They are often full of energy and many times have the friendliest disposition. Puppy breath, who doesn’t love puppy breath. It is also interesting observing the different personalities of these puppies. While most puppies are friendly on their first ... Read more

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As you probably already know, the new canine flu strain (H3N2) is spreading rapidly throughout the United States since the first diagnosed case in Chicago. In Georgia, the state where I practice, many boarding facilities and shelters have had to close their doors to allow for decontamination because of the virus. Veterinary clinics statewide are ... Read more

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