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All eyes on conjunctivitis

Our pets are susceptible to developing conjunctivitis, and although it’s not quite the same as it is in humans, it is still an unpleasant condition to endure.
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The dangers of septicemia in pets

Septicemia, or sepsis, is a dangerous condition in pets in which infective organisms invade the bloodstream.
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Tips for treating frostbite in pets

Believe it or not, but frostbite occurs relatively frequently in cats and dogs.
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Osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis in pets

Osteoarthritis is a chronic, irreversible disease of the joints. It can happen any place that two or more bones meet.
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Fluid therapy for pets

When we discuss treatment options for the various illnesses that may affect our pets, invariably fluid therapy comes up.
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It’s electric! Dr. Kim Smyth explains electrocardiograms

An electrocardiogram (also known as an ECG or EKG) is a very useful tool in your veterinarian’s arsenal for assessing your pet’s heart rhythm and rate.
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Bone marrow suppression in pets

Bone marrow suppression causes a disruption in the production of one or more of these blood lines, and it can cause severe consequences can result.
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Cancer cures: radiation therapy for pets

We are lucky that veterinary oncologists are out there – ready to help our furry patients when we need them!