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MAST CELL TUMORS IN CANINES & FELINES – WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

Jun, 20

What are Mast Cells? Mast cells (AKA mastocytes) are white blood cells involved in the process of regulating a variety of bodily functions. White blood cells are immune system cells having responsibility to control inflammation, fight infection, clean up the breakdown products of day-to-day cellular function, and more. The liver, spleen, bone marrow, and lymph nodes are organs where white...

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Peanut Butter Oaties: Make Your Own Dog Cookies

Jun, 17

Peanut Butter Oaties: Make your own dog cookies With these 5-ingredient, easy-to-make Peanut Butter Oaties, you and your pup can share cookies you whip up in less than half an hour! Dogs love cookies nearly as much as people do! With all-natural ingredients and no filler products, you can feel good about giving your dog these treats. The Peanut Butter...

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Can Small Dogs Get Hip Dysplasia?

Jun, 02

The unfortunate answer to this question is yes, small dogs can get hip dysplasia. While it’s certainly more common in large and giant breed dogs, certain breeds of small and medium sized dogs are also prone to developing the disease. In ascending order from most affected (Pugs) to least affected (Tibetan Terrier) Small dogs that are affected by hip dysplasia include:...

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Farrah: Hind Limb Lameness and Obesity Case Study

Apr, 24

Farrah: Hind limb lameness and obesity case study Background Farrah, a 1.5 y FS Labrador, presented with a 6-month history of left hind limb lameness and more recent history of right hind limb lameness. She had possibly sustained an injury to her left tarsus when she was a puppy. Functional Limitations: Jumping up (bed and car), going downstairs, getting up...

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Applying Nonsurgical Treatment Options in Management of Osteoarthritis

Apr, 23

Conservative management of OA can be very effective Surgical approaches for our patients include joint prosthesis, alteration in joint mechanics with osteotomies, and less invasive approaches using arthroscopy. However, there is increased interest and a significant amount of research being done on less invasive forms of managing osteoarthritis (OA), controlling pain, and restoring function. These include rehabilitation, nutritional management, regenerative medicine,...

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