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Pet food recalled due to Salmonella
Pet food recalled due to Salmonella
Three months after its country-wide aflatoxin-related recall, Midwestern Pet Foods has pulled several varieties of dog and cat food, citing possible Salmonella contamination.
Did you know we have GI diets for puppies and kittens?
Did you know we have GI diets for puppies and kittens?
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Can shockwave therapy help canine back pain?
Can shockwave therapy help canine back pain?
Researchers at The Ohio State University have launched a pilot study to evaluate the use of extracorporeal shockwave therapy as an affordable way to treat lower back pain in dogs.
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Test your knowledge with our April Brain Teaser!
Test your knowledge with our April Brain Teaser!
A six-year-old male neutered Dachshund presents with hind limb paralysis and intact deep pain. Can you answer these three questions?
Canine health and wellness focus of advocate committee
Canine health and wellness focus of advocate committee
PIJAC has established its new Canine Care Committee to help support dog-related legislation at local, state, and federal levels.
Stem cell therapies: Are we leaping before looking?
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