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Anemia: Does Your Pet Have IMHA?

Is your dog slowing down? Have you noticed that his or her gum color looks a little pale? Does your furry friend just not seem like his or herself? Could s/he be anemic? Anemia is a common disease that we treat in veterinary medicine and can be caused by...

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Canine Arthroscopy

Arthroscopy is a minimally invasive surgical technique performed on a joint. During the procedure, the surgeon inserts small cameras to evaluate and treat a multitude of joint diseases. The cameras, which generally range in size from 1.9 to 2.7 millimeters, provide...

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Dry Eye In Dogs

Did you know that dry eye, a common problem in people, also ails animals? It is, in fact, commonly diagnosed in dogs. Also known as KCS (Keratoconjunctivitis Sicca), dry eye occurs when the lacrimal gland and the third eyelid gland do not function properly to produce...

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Diabetes Mellitus In Dogs And Cats

Diabetes Mellitus, a somewhat common hormonal disturbance in dogs and cats, occurs due to either a lack of insulin production or the development of insulin resistance. The majority of diabetic dogs have Type 1 Diabetes, meaning they are insulin-dependent. While all...

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