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  • Tritrichomoniasis in Cats Open link in new window
    Tritrichomoniasis is a major cause of diarrhea in cats.
  • Examining a Horse’s Gut with a Camera in a Capsule Open link in new window
    A tiny capsule with a camera inside allows visualizing a large portion of the GI tract for abnormalities
  • Bandaging Horse's Legs Open link in new window
    Results indicated that pressure wraps maintain effective pressure over a four-day (96 hour) period.
  • Estrous Behavior in Mules Open link in new window
    The increased estrogen and decreased progesterone hormones during heat can lead to aggression, anxiety and irritability.
  • Selamectin (Revolution, Revolution Plus, Paradyne) Open link in new window
    Selamectin is applied topically on the skin but penetrates to the bloodstream where it acts internally.
  • Wolf Teeth in Horses Open link in new window
     There is no scientific evidence that a bit causes pain with wolf teeth.
  • The Veterinarian and Farrier Relationship Open link in new window
    Choose a veterinarian and a farrier that can work together.
  • Nutrition for Horses Open link in new window
    The foundation of a horse’s diet should be forage, and many horses do not need additional feed other than added vitamins and minerals. 
  • Hypercalcemia in Dogs Open link in new window
    Elevated calcium starts with the bones. They receive an inappropriate message to mobilize their calcium. This message is either from excess parathyroid hormone or from high amounts of parathyroid hormone-related protein. When calcium is removed from the bones, all that is left is a fibrous scaffold, which is not really strong enough to support us. Our bones break, even fold.
  • Urinary Tract (Bladder) Infection in Dogs and Cats Open link in new window
    The urinary tract infection (UTI) is one of the most common ailments in small animal practices.

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