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Glaucoma in pets

Take a look at one of the few eye conditions that is a true veterinary emergency.
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Clearing up the confusion on cataracts

Cataracts are opacities in the lens of the eye.
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Corneal ulcers in pets

Redness, pain, a blueish tint to the eye (caused by swelling in the cornea) and squinting are common signs of an injury to the cornea.
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The importance of urinalysis tests

Analyzing your petÔÇÖs urine is an important diagnostic tool in the prevention of many health problems.
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The basics of blood work for pets

Learn the basics of blood work for your pet. Dr. Kim Smyth provides the basics of bloodwork for your pet including complete blood count, blood chemistries, and thyroid levels.
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Canine prostatic disease

The prostate gland serves the same function in dogs as it does in man, and just like humans, older dogs are prone to prostatic disease.
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Clearing the air on feline asthma

Cats who exhibit difficulty breathing may be suffering from inflammatory airway disease, otherwise known as feline asthma.
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Vestibular disease in dogs

Despite our pets' lack of language skills, some diseases are so distinctive that a diagnosis is obvious. Vestibular disease is one of them.