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Building the Bond
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Big love comes in small packages, too

March 1, 2006

When a young couple brought their guinea pig to see this doctor, she gave them another year with Daisy. And they reminded her that every petno matter how big or smalldeserves high-quality care.

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A wave of compassion

January 1, 2006

In the wake of the 2004 tsunami, Dr. Kerry Levin did the almost unthinkableshe put her solo practice, North State Animal Hospital in Ukiah, Calif., on hold and ventured across the world to volunteer. Armed with a passport, some past veterinary experience in third-world countries, and a desire to help, she traveled alone to Sri Lanka in February.

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Here's to your health

December 1, 2005

Even veterinary teams sometimes overlook the power of the love and support pets provide. But now and then you may get an important reminder that a pet can lend hope and support healing--just as this veterinary student did.

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The small, the mean, and the ugly

October 1, 2005

Putting his own needs aside, a man risks snaps and bites and offers outcast dogs unconditional love.

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The most rewarding job

October 1, 2005

One technician found volunteer work was a perfect solution to renew her love for the profession.

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Boomer's big break

August 1, 2005

A stray dog in a small Alabama town found a home and a calling visiting nursing homes with a young veterinarian.

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Here's to your health

May 1, 2005

Even veterinarians sometimes overlook the power of the love and support pets provide. But now and then you may get an important reminder that a pet can lend hope and support healing—just as this veterinary student did.

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