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10 veterinary acronyms you never want to see

Acronyms have a way of making medical conditions sound a bit more menacing, especially when they are happening with your pet!
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Salmon poisoning in dogs

Salmon poisoning tends to occur more when the weather is warmer and pets are venturing outdoors more, but it can happen any time of the year.
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Are you walking your dog enough?

Unfortunately, there's a large part of the population who aren't hitting the pavement together, which can lead to issues such as obesity.
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Could a puddle make your pet sick? The answer may surprise you!

If your pet spends a lot of time outdoors, especially in late summer/early fall, it is important that you know about a disease that peaks around this time.
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Can dogs eat carrots?

Carrots: they’re not just for rabbits anymore!
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Can dogs eat grapes?

Grapes are often a popular and healthy snack for most people, so it only makes sense you would want to share some with your pet. But buyer beware.
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Could deadly black widow spiders be lurking in your house?

Black widow spiders are notorious for a reason—they are dangerous to us and potentially deadly to our pets.
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Read this before feeding your pet raw food

Is feeding raw food to our pets worth the risk? Many veterinarians don’t think so, and now the United States Food and Drug Administration agrees.