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Vaginitis in dogs: A simple approach to a complex condition
A definitive cause of vaginitis, which can range from anatomical abnormalities to systemic conditions, often cannot be determined. But this theriogenologist's clear diagnostic and treatment plan can help you eliminate the condition's irritating effects.


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