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VETERINARY MEDICINE: Nov 25, 2014
Help clients see you as a resource for the health of their whole family.
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VETERINARY MEDICINE: Nov 19, 2014
These researchers are the first to examine this question in client-owned dogs.
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CUSTOM VETERINARY MEDIA: Nov 12, 2014
The management of newly diagnosed and complicated cases of diabetes in cats and dogs
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CUSTOM VETERINARY MEDIA: Nov 12, 2014
An overview of the diagnosis and treatment of common injuries that cause lameness in dogs
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CUSTOM VETERINARY MEDIA: Nov 12, 2014
What is known about common age-related changes in cats and what may be done to halt or reverse the decline in body weight that is apparently a predictable prelude to death
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VETERINARY MEDICINE: Nov 05, 2014
Find out in which situations these analgesics are most effective.
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VETERINARY MEDICINE: Nov 05, 2014
Tell owners to be on the lookout for this early indicator of worsening disease.
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VETERINARY MEDICINE: Nov 01, 2014
By dvm360.com staff
A picture perfect way to keep track of gradual skin mass changes.
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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Nov 01, 2014
Veterinarians agree that spaying and neutering pets is a good thing. Stop being so concerned about who provides the service.
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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Nov 01, 2014
By dvm360.com staff
Current evidence sheds little light on remission factors, authors say.
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VETERINARY MEDICINE: Nov 01, 2014
If not, Dr. J. Catharine Scott-Moncriefl explains why you should be.
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Pet Poison Helpline: Nov 01, 2014
Do you know the clinical signs of these tree-related toxicoses and how to help affected patients?
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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Nov 01, 2014
With close to a million reported cases annually, equine colic is responsible for more deaths than any other disease group. Learn how veterinarians are rapidly assessing and treating this condition.
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VETERINARY MEDICINE: Nov 01, 2014
A look at which factors might make spontaneous normalization of glycemic control more likely in one of your feline patients.