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Healthy Aging in Cats – What Changes Are Normal?

As a veterinarian, I often hear clients talk about their older cats “slowing down” or showing other signs of their advancing age.

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Quick Facts: What You Need to Know About Diet-Related DCM in Pets

You may have heard over the past year or so about pets – mostly dogs – developing a heart disease known as Dilated Cardiomyopathy (DCM) after being fed “grain-free” diets as their primary food source.

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The Real Heroes of the Veterinary Team: A Day in the Life of a Veterinary Technician

How many of us can think back to our childhood and remember wanting to be a veterinarian?

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End of Life Decision Making

Pets quickly become a cherished member of the family and it can be hard to imagine life without them. However, part of life is aging and pets generally have much shorter lives than their owners.

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Bloat — what you need to know

When you buy a dog, it’s a life-long commitment. You have to make sure they are fed properly, taken to the veterinarian many times during their lives, make sure they get walked, etc.

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