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The second article by Fraser Hale about dental truths states that once there's a problem tooth - almost always the on...
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Oh, you mentioned brushing teeth. I wanted to share a surprising fact from new research: If you brush your pet's te...
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Using an iv or im drug prior to isoflorane is the best medicine. I would not worry about the propofol - that's good ...
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Please see your veterinarian. The skin can only respond to problems in a limited number of ways and cats can react t...
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I agree with Dr. Goldman. I am a member of the American Veterinary Dental Society and am working on my specialty deg...
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85% OF INAPPROPRIATE URINATION PROBLEMS IN CATS ARE MEDICAL. Rarely is it behavioral. Please see a veterinarian agai...
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Xray, as many fractures can feel like a dislocation, but actually be a fracture. Xray can tell the difference.
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Consider switching to a different type of prescription food for inflammatory bowel disease. Some of the best I have ...
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Good job for noticing problems. Many pets don't show a problem in the mouth until it has been there a long long time...
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Holistic remedies are best suited when an origin of problem is known. Doing bloodwork, xrays, etc will get you a mor...
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