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In the flood zone

August 1, 2010

Belle Meade, Tenn. — The Sunday morning deluge continued unrelenting as two clinic staffers arrived at the Animal Hospital of West Nashville to check on boarded patients.

Complete coverage of the Deep Water Horizon/BP oil spill

August 1, 2010

The millions of gallons of oil spilled from the Deep Water Horizon site in the past few months have wreaked havoc on the Gulf of Mexico ecosystem. Here you'll find dvm360?s complete news coverage of this ongoing crisis.

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Number of animal victims grows as Gulf cleanup continues

August 1, 2010

Gulf of Mexico — The number of birds, sea turtles and mammals injured or killed as a result of the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico continues to swell, according to a new estimate released by the Unified Area Command in the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

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Photo package: Veterinary hospital rebuilds after catastrophic flood

July 28, 2010

The Animal Hospital of West Nashville was in harm's way during a "1,000-year" flood event in May.

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Vet dies trying to save dog after hit-and-run accident

June 1, 2010

Knoxville, Tenn. — Clients are filling the lobby of Dr. Kathryn Gilpatrick's former practice's small lobby with flowers and well wishes.

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Inside the black market

March 25, 2010

The black market dog trade is vast and some believe it's growing.

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Understanding overpopulation

March 25, 2010

Do we have a problem with pet overpopulation or pet distribution?

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States crack down on puppy mills

March 1, 2010

At last count, 287,000 dogs crossed U.S. borders, and officials fear importation problems are getting worse.

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Haiti's hard recovery

March 1, 2010

Port-au-Prince, Haiti — In the good times, before the earthquakes pounded the impoverished island, thousands of dogs roamed free.

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