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Diabetes Mellitus In Dogs And Cats

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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Dehydration In Animals

Dehydration In Animals

Dehydration in animals is potentially life-threatening. More than just thirst, dehydration is medically defined as low circulating blood volume. Many factors contribute to dehydration in animals. Veterinarians consider patient and environmental factors along with...

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When A Dog Needs ACL Surgery

When A Dog Needs ACL Surgery

The Cranial Cruciate Ligament (CrCL) is one of the most important stabilizers inside the canine knee joint, which is the middle joint in the back leg. The CrCL may also be known as the Anterior Cruciate Ligament or ACL because this is the equivalent in humans. In...

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Celebrating World Veterinary Day

Celebrating World Veterinary Day

World Veterinary Day falls on April 28th. While it’s kind of always Veterinary Day around CARE, the holiday reminded us why we chose veterinary medicine and what inspires us in our careers. Cardiology Dr. Peggy Sayer: I became a vet because I was interested in working...

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