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Everything You Need to Know About Cerebrovascular Accidents (Strokes) in Dogs

Oct, 27

The term 'stroke' when used in relation to dogs generally refers to a vascular accident (sometimes cerebrovascular accident or CVA) that has occurred within the body and has affected the brain. For many years vets thought that strokes in dogs were rare, but recent advances in veterinary medicine have changed this perspective and we are now beginning to learn how...

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October is National Pitbull Awareness Month

Oct, 26

National Pit Bull Awareness Month: A Story about Coming Together to Rescue One Sweet Pitbull October is National Pitbull Awareness Month. Let's celebrate bully breed dogs and help to fight the negative stereotypes and myths that still surround these amazing dogs (myths such as they are aggressive, they have “locking jaws”, they are more likely to attack or bite, etc.)....

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What is Canine Hip Dysplasia?

Oct, 26

Canine Hip Dysplasia typically develops because of an abnormally developed hip joint, but can also be caused by cartilage damage from a traumatic fracture. With cartilage damage or a hip joint that isn’t formed properly, over time the existing cartilage will lose its thickness and elasticity. This breakdown of the cartilage will eventually result in pain with any joint movement....

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Five Basic Commands That Every Dog Should Learn

Oct, 25

  Plus, tips on how to teach them, according to professional trainers. It’s important to you that your pets lead healthier, happier lives. Whether you want veterinary advice, behavioral insight, or the best-in-market pet essentials that make every day more joyful, for both you and your cat or dog, The Well-Balanced Pet offers practical tips you can use. If you thought you...

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Physical Rehabilitation for Veterinary Practices

Oct, 24

Physical rehabilitation for veterinary patients expedites return to normal function, pain relief, and encouragement of optimal health for patients suffering from orthopedic, neurologic, and chronic diseases. Patients that use rehabilitation programs range from overweight pets and those recovering from injuries and surgeries to senior pets with chronic, debilitating conditions and agility, field trial, hunting, and service dogs. Physical rehabilitation can...

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