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USDA Statement on Microchips

Vsurance Rolls Out Health Plans

Consumer Watch: Safe Toys and Gifts

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What's Wrong with His Plumbing?
By Eric Lindquist, DMV

Small Animal
Feline Nutrition: In Search of Top Performance
By Lori Luechtefeld

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Studies Show CoQ10 Good for the Heart
By Narda Robinson, DVM

Cyber Solutions in Oral Radiology
By D.H. DeForge, VMD

Relief Is a Natural Component of Grief
By Alice Villalobos, DVM

Surgery Peek and Shriek: My Worst Nightmare 
By Patty Khuly, VMD

Management
The Practice Owner's Guide to Retirement
By Mark Crootof, DMV

Equine & Large Animal
Ulcer Studies Solidify Causes, Treatments
By Marcia King

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Changing the Status Quo
By Tamera Herrod

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