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Follicular dysplasia in dogs

Follicular dysplasia is an inherited condition in which there is abnormal hair growth.
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Are medications for behavioral issues covered by pet insurance?

If your pet has developed any type of behavioral affliction, your vet might prescribe a medication to help ease his symptoms and keep him safe. 
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Immunodeficiency disease in Weimaraners

Weimaraners with immunodeficiency disease have one or more defects in their immune system, making them more susceptible to infections.
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Lighten up: Slentrol for pets

Slentrol works by tricking the brain into feeling full after a smaller than “normal” meal.

When tail wagging can be a bad thing

“Happy tail” is the name we give to a frustrating condition that affects the tip of the tail in particularly waggy dogs.
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Histiocytic sarcoma in dogs

Malignant histiocytosis is the result of the uncontrolled proliferation of histiocytes.
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5-fluorouracil toxicity in pets

The FDA has issued a statement warning pet owners about the use of the prescription medication 5-fluorouracil (5-FU).
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What to do if your dog has a seizure

For pet owners, seizures caused by epilepsy or other medical conditions can be a frightening problem.