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  • Diaphragmatic Hernias in Dogs and Cats Open link in new window
    9/15/2020
    Diaphragmatic hernias result from abdominal organs (e.g. liver, stomach, intestines) being pushed through a hole in the diaphragm
  • Senior Dog Health Issues Open link in new window
    8/18/2020
    Just like people, dogs go through both mental and physical changes as they age
  • Cognitive Dysfunction Syndrome in Dogs Open link in new window
    8/17/2020
    Cognitive dysfunction syndrome (CDS) is essentially the dog equivalent of Alzheimer's disease
  • Twitch Use in Horses Open link in new window
    8/17/2020
    The twitch actually releases natural chemicals called endorphins inside the horse’s body, which have a sedative and pain-relieving effect
  • Lupoid Onychodystrophy in Dogs Open link in new window
    8/12/2020
    This nail disease usually affects multiple claws on all four paws
  • Husbandry and Health of Mice Open link in new window
    4/27/2020
    A well-outfitted mouse home includes numerous items for play and enrichment
  • COVID-19 in a Tiger Open link in new window
    4/6/2020
    Don’t over-react
  • Serious Lower Leg Wounds in Horses and Donkeys Open link in new window
    3/26/2020
    It's not a good idea to only treat a lower leg wound topically and see what happens 
  • Snail Bait Poisoning in Dogs Open link in new window
    2/4/2020
    Snail bait is commonly formulated in pellets and flavored with molasses or bran to attract snails, and unfortunately is attractive to dogs as well. Very little snail bait is required to cause poisoning (less than a teaspoon per 10 pounds of body weight).
  • Vitamin C Supplements for Guinea Pigs Open link in new window
    1/28/2020
    Guinea pigs who do not receive enough vitamin C in their diet can suffer from vitamin C deficiency (commonly known as scurvy in humans). What foods and supplements are best sources of vitamin C for your guinea pig?

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