Diagnosing and treating alopecia in dogs
 
 
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Ambiguity, shorthand can lead to med errors, FDA warns
While medication errors happen for pets just as they do for humans, there are ways veterinarians can help mitigate the risk, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration says.
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Tibial-plateau-leveling osteotomy (TPLO) is one of the most common surgeries to address a torn anterior cruciate ligament (ACL). Can you answer these three questions about TPLO?
Veterinary knowledge strengthens human-animal bond
Veterinary knowledge strengthens human-animal bond
When it comes to the human-animal bond, veterinary professionals continue to play a vital role in educating the public on the health benefits of pet ownership.
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Diagnosing and treating alopecia in dogs
When a dog has an alopecic area, either the hair is not re-growing due to a hair cycle issue or it is falling out due to folliculitis. Nearly every inflammatory condition of the skin can have some aspect of alopecia.
Enter Veterinary Practice News' 2021 They Ate What?! X-ray Contest
Enter Veterinary Practice News' 2021 They Ate What?! X-ray Contest
Pets eat the darndest things, so much so, we are still amazed at what veterinarians find on their X-rays—even after all these years of running our They Ate What?! X-ray contest. Share your most outrageous X-rays with Veterinary Practice News and the veterinary community.
Current lifespan patterns in dogs
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Current lifespan patterns in dogs
How long should a dog live? The obvious answer for any dog lover is, of course, “Forever!” Unfortunately, since this does not appear possible, we must settle for trying to understand the current patterns of longevity in dogs.
 
 
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