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Sugar, sugar: Dr. Kim Smyth details the different types of diabetes

We’ve talked before about diabetes, but now let's talk a little more about the different types of diabetes that affect pets.
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Shedding light: how dog hair can help diagnose disease

Could the key to analyzing your pet’s health lie in the hair we vacuum from our floors each day?
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Dr. Kim Smyth explains coccidioidomycosis

Coccidioidomycosis, also known as San Joaquin Valley Fever, is a fungal disease that affects humans, dogs, and sometimes cats.
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Bronchoscopy for dogs and cats

Bronchoscopy can show us tissues that we are unable to see otherwise, and can help us treat stubborn respiratory cases by giving us an accurate diagnosis.
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How to tell if your pet is overweight

Worried your dog might be more than just “big-boned?” A simple way to tell is to perform this basic three-step check.
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The truth about rage syndrome

Sudden Onset Idiopathic Aggression (SOIA), or Rage Syndrome as it is more commonly known, is a rare but serious genetic behavioral problem in pets.
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Brain injuries in dogs

For the most part, canine brain injuries occur due to trauma.
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Diabetes in pets

Diabetes is the result of an insulin deficiency that leads to high blood sugar, and it affects pets in much the same way it affects as people.