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Not all dogs handle anesthesia the same way – here’s what you need to know.

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Generous woman creates a GoFundMe account for a dog whose homeless owner couldn’t pay for surgery.

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From minor cuts to major surgery, VETIGEL is the “Band-Aid of the Future.”

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Did you know that your dog can donate blood? It’s true! Here’s why letting your dog donate blood can save the lives of countless pets.

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Assemblymember Linda B. Rosenthal sponsors bill to make New York the first state to legally ban declawing in the U.S. If you have never heard of the controversy surrounding declawed cats, here is a little background: According to Wikipedia, declawing is “an operation to remove the animal’s claws surgically by means of the amputation of […]

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The facts on why declawing cats is cruel and unusual punishment. A cat’s claws are vitally important to his physical, emotional, and mental wellbeing, yet many pet owners choose to have their cats declawed so that they no longer have to worry about being scratched or having their furniture scratched up. But is declawing cats […]

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Confused about spaying? Let’s clear up a few things about spaying in dogs So you might have heard about spaying, but be wondering what all the fuss is about. Spaying can be a controversial issue. Some people swear by it – and it does have many benefits – whereas others believe that it’s unnecessary or […]

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Before your dog heads into surgery, here’s what you should know about the spay and neuter procedure If you’re going to have your dog spayed or neutered, you’ll also have to be prepared for the procedure itself. It’s a surgical operation that requires preparation, comes with risks and needs aftercare. Here are the basics about […]

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Helpful information to help you better understand Legg-Calve-Perthes In Dogs Legg-Calve-Perthes in dogs is a hip joint disorder that affects the blood supply to the femoral head (femur). This is the bone that joins with the pelvis to form the hip joint. You’ve probably heard of the hip being referred to as ball and socket […]

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