Shelter adoptions and one dog's personal story

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Once upon a time there was a dog named Bobo. Bobo was born to a Lab mix in a lush Miami backyard and by the time he was six weeks old he had... Read more

What Congress' Passing of the Veterinary Mobility Act Means for You and Your Pets

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Great news emerged recently from the U.S.. House, which passed an act that is very important to veterinarians, our clients, and our patients:... Read more

Regular Exams Can Save More than Your Pet's Life

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As doctors, we tend to think of preventative medicine in a very concrete way. It’s the underlying mantra behind our recommendation for... Read more

How to Get Your Cat to Take Medicine

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Medicating a cat is sometimes one of the most challenging tasks a cat owner must face. But with a little advance preparation, it doesn’t... Read more

Traveling by Air with Your Dog

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Air Travel with Your Dog By Victoria Heuer With the season for vacations fast approaching, it’s time to consider whether you will... Read more

Progress is Slow in New Treatments for Pet Cancers

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A few months ago I wrote an article describing a developing monoclonal antibody treatment option for treating B-cell lymphoma in dogs —... Read more

Puppy Strangles — A Potentially Devastating Skin Disease

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Puppy appointments are one of the great perks of being a veterinarian. It’s hard to be in a bad mood when faced with an adorable bundle... Read more

How to Get Your Cat to Take Medicine

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Medicating a cat is sometimes one of the most challenging tasks a cat owner must face. But with a little advance preparation, it doesn’t... Read more