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Clients, Pets Win Big in Big Loser Contest
By Kristin Davis

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Keeping Pets Safe During Summer Heat
By Marissa Heflin

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Companies Answer Call for Dental Care
By Steve Eddy

Fluid Therapy Demands Meticulous Analysis
By Lori Luechtefeld

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Acupuncture May Augment Seizure Control
By Narda Robinson, DVM

Killer Calici May Not Be So Rare
By Gary D. Norsworthy, DVM

Finding a Common Ground in Pet Recovery
By Marissa Heflin

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Mobile Equine Practitioners Go Digital
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