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Study: Chihuahuas bite vets most; Lhaso Apsos inflict worst injuries

July 1, 2009

Lakewood, Colo. — Chihuahuas are most likely to bite veterinarians. Lhaso Apsos deliver one of the most severe bites.

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Win, place and show

July 1, 2009

Elmont, N.Y. — At least the victory stayed in the family. Mine that Bird, this year's Kentucky Derby winner, finished third in this year's $1 million Belmont Stakes.

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New Ruffian Equine Medical Center serves Long Island, region

July 1, 2009

Elmont, N.Y. — Ruffian was considered by many to be the finest Thoroughbred filly in racing history. It is on the site of her burial that the Ruffian Equine Medical Center opened this year.

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AVMA's hard line too hard?

July 1, 2009

Seattle — The Utah Veterinary Medical Association wants the AVMA to lay off the "hard-line slant" it took when the policy on ear cropping and tail docking was changed late last year.

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A dog day afternoon

July 1, 2009

Philadelphia — The waiting room was full at the Radbill Animal Hospital when a man walked behind the reception desk and confronted a technician.

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N.Y. bill would require DVMs to certify some animal breeders

July 1, 2009

Albany, N.Y. — New York veterinarians may have to certify some animal breeders if a bill is passed by state legislators.

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Aches, pains just part of the job

July 1, 2009

Hawkes Bay, New Zealand — If you think your job is a pain in the neck, you're not alone.

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ASPCA: Inappropriate application of spot-on flea products poses greatest risk to cats

June 4, 2009

New York -- Misuse of spot-on flea-and-tick control products poses the greatest risk to cats, according to ASPCA?s Animal Poison Control Center.

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AAFP releases senior-care guidelines on May 29

June 1, 2009

National Report — New Senior Care Guidelines, just released by the American Association of Feline Practitioners, address complex disease management, pre-emptive testing, nutrition and a host of other areas to help practitioners when treating senior care.

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