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Source: VETERINARY MEDICINE

Tips for sedation and anesthesia in turtles and tortoises

June 25, 2014

Dr. Stephen Divers discusses anesthesia in chelonians using a drug that is on its way to being approved for use in the United States.

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Delineating the cause of a bearded dragon's anorexia and weight loss

March 1, 2014

A contrast enema study helped clinicians detect an intestinal stricture in this exotic pet. See how this diagnostic step can help your reptile patients with similar signs.

Source: VETERINARY MEDICINE

Poultry practice: From the backyard to your clinic

February 12, 2014

Follow this advice to expand your expertise in this area of avian medicine.

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Video: The latest trend in exotic pets

November 26, 2013

Look no further than a backyard for a few of the most popular exotic pets these days.

Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

Conference calls for collaboration between human and veterinary doctors

November 14, 2013

Organizers hope conference will encourage translational medical programs

Source: VETERINARY MEDICINE

Video: Cock-a-doodle-DON'T

September 30, 2013

Devoicing and debeaking are complex veterinary surgical procedures performed on roosters to keep them from making noise and fighting. Dr. Eric Klaphake offers his views on these techniques and how to explain them to clients.

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Video: Know your exotic pets

September 30, 2013

Dr. Lori Corriveau shares the common mistakes veterinary practitioners make when dealing with exotic pets.

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Pets and Vets: Veterinarians in Florida remove 4-pound hairball from tiger

July 1, 2013

Ingested fur proved too large to remove by scope.

Source: VETERINARY MEDICINE

Secure your stethoscope for hands-free monitoring

June 1, 2013

A way to make sure your stethoscope stays out of the way during anesthetic monitoring.

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