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Perineal Hernias

Perineal Hernias

Perineal Hernias By Jacqui D.Niles, BVetMed, Cert SAS, Diplomate ACVS Perineal hernias occur most frequently in older, non-castrated male dogs, although there are a few reports of perineal hernias in female dogs and an increasing number of reports describing perineal…

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Common Toxins to Dogs and Cats

By Robert Gaunt, VMD - Emergency Clinician Common Toxins to Dogs and Cats Unfortunately pets ingestion toxins fairly frequently and depend on the type and amount of toxin that is ingested the signs can be minimal to very severe. If…

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Employee Spotlight – Dr. Corinne Durand

Employee Spotlight Dr. Corinne Durand - Dentistry Are you a native to Pennsylvania?  I am originally from “Looong Guyland” New York.  I moved to Pennsylvania a year and a half ago and I love it. When did you know you…

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Does my pet really need this special food?

Does my pet really need this special food? By Leslie A. Kuczynski, VMD, DACVIM An important part of medical management of many diseases can be dietary therapy; however, special prescription diets are higher in cost and can be less convenient…

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Emergency Blog Post: Common Toxins

By Robert Gaunt, VMD Common toxins: Unfortunately pets ingestion toxins fairly frequently and depend on the type and amount of toxin that is ingested the signs can be minimal to very severe. If your pet does ingest a known toxin it…

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Does my pet really need this special food?

By Leslie Kuczynski, VMD, DAVIM Does my pet really need this special food? An important part of medical management of many diseases can be dietary therapy; however, special prescription diets are higher in cost and can be less convenient to…

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