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Medical management of liver shunts

Because the liver is responsible for removing toxins from the blood, liver shunts result in a buildup of toxins in the bloodstream, causing illness.
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Urinary obstructions in dogs and cats

Urinary obstructions are common conditions that we see in both cats and dogs, but male cats are particularly prone due to their narrow urethra.
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Osteochondritis dissecans in dogs

In dogs with the orthopedic condition OCD, there is a disturbance in the development of the cartilage layer of growing bones.
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Balancing act: electrolyte imbalances – part 2

Let’s discuss the signs that something is amiss, and I’ll tell you about treating the condition.
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5 benefits of laser therapy for pets

A growing number of veterinary practices are incorporating the use of Class IV lasers, or therapeutic lasers, into their protocols for pain management.
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The SNAP fPL test

IDEXX laboratories has developed a diagnostic tool called the SNAP fPL test that measures the levels of lipase in your cat’s blood that is specific to the pancreas.
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All ears: music therapy for pets

Can PETS benefit from music therapy, or is it all just a bunch of noise to them?
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Acanthosis nigricans in Dachshunds

This condition is not very common and is most associated with short-haired dachshund canine companions.