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Vet Talks: How To Care For Rabbits

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Rabbits are becoming a very popular pet and rabbit owners are demanding quality veterinary care more than ever. Rabbits are very social and curious animals, who thrive on attention and social interaction and can be great companions. Taking proper care of them, however, can demand some extra effort and patience. Rabbits, like all animals, have […]

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Difference between B-cell and T-cell lymphoma

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The immune system is made up of cells that form lines of defense to fight foreign threats like bacteria and viruses. In this “defense army” we have the innate immune cells and the adaptive immune cells. T-cells and B-cells are also called lymphocytes and they are part of the adaptive immune cells which travel around […]

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Vet Talks: Mast Cell Tumors In Dogs

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What Is A Mast Cell? Mast cells are important cells of the immune system and are present in connective tissues throughout the body and in the bloodstream. They play important roles in the maintenance of many physiological functions, like vasodilation and vascular homeostasis, and are the ones involved in allergic inflammatory responses and gastrointestinal disorders. […]

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Vet Tech Rounds: Worms And Parasites in Cats and Dogs

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There are many different parasites that our pets are predisposed to in the environment. All cases of intestinal parasites should be treated and diagnosed by a veterinarian. Worms and parasites in cats and dogs can become profoundly serious and often fatal if not treated. Worms and parasites feed off the tissue in the GI tract. These […]

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Vet Talks: Dehydration In Pets

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Water is essential to all of us, humans, and pets, and we directly depend on proper daily water intake to maintain appropriate health and replace fluids that are routinely lost through urine, feces, respiration, and transpiration. Water is an essential element that allows the cells in the body to absorb nutrients. It makes up 80 […]

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Vet Talks: How To Recognize If Your Pet Is In Pain

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When our pets are in pain, we are in pain. It can be incredibly frustrating when you don’t know what is wrong with your pet and you don’t know how to help. Animals can experience pain even if they cannot identify or communicate it the same way people do. Just like in humans, their pain […]

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Vet Talks: What Is Polydactyly In Cats

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What Is Polydactyly In Cats? The term polydactyly, meaning “many fingers” in Greek, is a condition that comes from extra fingers on the cat’s paw, which can manifest in one or all the paws (front and hind paws). It is an inherited “genetic defect” and generates additional little fingers to the kitty’s paw that vary […]

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Vet Talks: How To Help Your Pet Stop Farting

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We feel like we should start this article by managing expectations, your pet will never stop farting. It is a natural part of life, and, unfortunately, we’re stuck with it! That being said, while a little gas is normal in our pets, there is such a thing as too much gas. Sometimes, symptoms such as […]

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Vet Tech Rounds: Top Three Pet Health Monitoring Devices For Dogs And Cats

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As time goes on, technology advances. Using technology to monitor our own health is a huge market and has been incredibly beneficial to our society in many ways. We are now able to undergo faster procedures with fewer health risks and with more research and advancing technologies, doctors and veterinarians can now diagnose conditions much […]

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Vet Tech Rounds: Aggression in Cats – How Matricalm Can Help

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Many kitty parents can relate when it comes to aggression in cats. For those who are experiencing cat aggression, they can guarantee you that it is no laughing matter. Kitty aggression can become so intolerable, that many pet parents will end up seeking professional guidance regarding the issue. It is important to remember that this […]

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