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Brucellosis in a dog, raw meat origin By Scott Weese on May 20, 2018 A recent report from the Netherlands in Emerging Infectious Diseases (van Dijk et al 2018) describes a new twist on raw feeding concerns, Brucella suis infection.  Here’s the short version of the story: A dog in the Netherlands developed fever, ascites […]

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 Published: 2018.05.09 11:15 AM  A new consumer study that reveals that there are knowledge gaps among U.S. pet owners related to the identification, prevention and treatment of fleas and ticks. Conducted by The Harris Poll on behalf of Merck Animal Health, the online study of more than 1,300 pet owners, defined as those who own […]

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Canine Influenza Virus (CIV)

I was going to write about ticks but the canine influenza is spreading like a wildfire, so this post is about that. This is part of an article about the flu spreading in Ontario, Canada but it’s all over California and the west coast. So….. Here are some key messages (for dogs anywhere, but particularly […]

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Who’s still worried about rabies?

I know what you’re thinking: “Didn’t we get rid of rabies?” It depends on which domesticated species we’re talking about. In dogs, we’re doing great! In cats, not so much. Aug 14, 2017 By Jenifer Chatfield, DVM, DACZM VETTED “I am!” “I am!” “Me too!” (Shutterstock)Rabies has been a public health issue in the United […]

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Veterinary Nurse ~ How does this sound to you?

The NAVTA and the powers that be are campaigning – neigh they have passed- an initiative to turn our hard-earned credentials into bed pan cleaners. WHAT? I’m sorry, but I do NOT like the idea of being called a veterinary Nurse, even if I am not actively practicing as a tech. Here is their logic: […]

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First identical twin dogs confirmed

http://veterinarynews.dvm360.com/first-documented-identical-twin-dogs-delivered. Irish Wolfhound puppies Cullen and Romulus were confirmed genetically identical after discovering they shared the same placenta during a Cesarean delivery.   Kurt de Cramer, BVSc, MMedVet (Gyn.), of Rant en Dal Animal Hospital in Mogale City, South Africa, noticed distress and prolonged abdominal straining during a Cesarean section on a female Irish wolfhound […]

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Flea and Tick season is upon us all!!

Have you heard about the newest line of defense against fleas and ticks? Check out new Simparica: http://www.simparica.com/ There is also Bravecto: http://us.bravecto.com/ Revolution for cats: http://revolution4cats.com/ Vectra: http://www.vectrapet.com/#!pests and Nexguard: http://www.nexgardfordogs.com/   Get informed. Ask your vet about the best flea and tick prevention for your pet!

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Blue Buffalo chew bones sold in Washington recalled

Originally published November 26, 2015 at 3:08 pm Blue Buffalo is recalling some of its Cub Size Wilderness Wild Chews Bones that were sold in PetSmart stores in Washington and eight other states because they may be contaminated with salmonella. By Seattle Times staff The Seattle Times Blue Buffalo, which makes natural foods and treats for […]

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New Danger Lurking in Peanut Butter

Surprise! Xylitol appears in products you’d never suspect. At Pet Poison Helpline (PPH), we’ve discovered that xylitol, a sweetener that causes hypoglycemia and hepatic necrosis in dogs, is showing up in some very unexpected places. New products on the market such as nasal sprays, OTC sleep aids, multi­vitamins, prescription sedatives, antacids, stool softeners, smoking-cessation gums […]

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Puppy dies from acute nicotine poisoning after chewing up its owner’s E-CIGARETTE inn ENGLAND

Nicotine cartridges/filters can contain anywhere from 6-36 mg of nicotine–about the same amount as in a cigarette. The bottles of liquid used to recharge the cartridges (e-liquid, e-juice) contain up to 36 mg nicotine/mL and come in 10-30 mL bottles (30 mL was largest I was able to find), so can contain as much as […]

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