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Fully Vetted: Managing mange in dogs and cats

Mange is the term used to describe the condition caused by mite infestation.  Mites are a type of ...

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Fully Vetted: Treating feline urinary disorders

Urinary problems are common in cats, and they are often complicated to diagnose and treat.  Most abnormal urinary ...

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Fully Vetted: Why does my pet’s breath stink?

One of the most common questions we veterinarians hear is, “Why does my pet’s breath stink?”.  There are ...

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Fully Vetted: Obesity also affects our pets

The obesity epidemic in the United States not only affects people, it also affects our pets. It is ...

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Fully Vetted: FeLV and FIV: The Feline Retroviruses

Feline leukemia virus (FeLV) and Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV) are viruses that all cat owners should be aware ...

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Fully Vetted: Holiday pet health hazards

We are well into the holiday season, and for most of us, this means celebrating with family and ...

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Fully Vetted: Common causes of red eyes in pets

Red eyes are a common reason for veterinary visits. Red eyes may have many causes, from mild allergic ...

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Fully Vetted: Heart murmurs in pets

Heart murmurs are common physical examination findings in pets.  A heart murmur is an abnormal sound that is ...

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Fully Vetted: Ear infections in pets

External ear canal infections are a very common diagnosis in veterinary medicine.  Yeast is the most common cause ...

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Fully Vetted: Halloween candy hazards

Halloween is right around the corner. For many of us, this means carving pumpkins, picking out costumes, and ...

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