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  • Introducing the Dog to Your New Baby Open link in new window
    Begin desensitizing your dog to things that may occur with a baby
  • Skin Disease in Horses Open link in new window
    Many equine skin diseases appear similar to the eye. There are multiple causes of lumps and bumps on the skin, and many of them require different treatments.
  • Dental Disease of the Incisors and Canine Teeth in Horses Open link in new window
    A new condition affects a horse's incisors, and sometimes the canine teeth, called equine odontoclastic tooth resorption and hypercementosis, or EOTRH for short.
  • Cutaneous Lymphangitis in Horses Open link in new window
    Cutaneous lymphangitis in horses is inflammation of lymph vessels of the horse's skin, usually below the hock, that leads to a leg swelling commonly called big leg.
  • Conditioning Horses on Water Treadmills Open link in new window
    Horses training on water treadmills had a 17% increase in average speed over horses trained on a treadmill without water.
  • Deciding to Breed your Mare Open link in new window
    Breeding your mare involves numerous decisions, including your goal for a foal and expenses.
  • Tremoring or Shivering in Dogs Open link in new window
    Tremors can involve only certain muscles or body areas or the entire dog. Finding the reason behind tremors is tricky as tremoring occurs for many reasons.
  • Elbow Dysplasia Causes Front Limb Lameness in Young Dogs Open link in new window
    Elbow dysplasia is the most common cause of front limb lameness in the young dog, especially of the larger breeds. Elbow dysplasia can take several different forms.
  • Strangles in Puppies Open link in new window
    Puppy strangles is a classic but fortunately uncommon disease of puppies less than 4 months old. It causes acute swelling of the muzzle as well as blistering pimples on the face and inner ear flaps. If left untreated it can be fatal and despite the extreme inflammation, infection is not the problem.
  • Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation (DIC) in Dogs and Cats Open link in new window
    Disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC) is an extreme complication of numerous already life-threatening conditions leading to the deregulation of the body's natural mechanisms of blood clotting and blood clot dissolving.

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