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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Sep 04, 2001
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The Association of Avian Veterinarians and the Alliance of Veterinarians for the Environment are spreading the word via posters that cat abandonment should be abandoned and that cats are best kept in-house.
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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Sep 04, 2001
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Washington - Nearly half of the total animal health product sales (45 percent) comes from the companion animal sector.
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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Sep 04, 2001
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Richmond, Va. - The health benefits of interacting with companion animals will be analyzed at a center launched by the Virginia Commonwealth University.
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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Sep 04, 2001
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West Lafayette, Ind. - With the help of an experimental procedure under way at Purdue University, a dog whose rear legs were paralyzed after being struck by a car has regained the use of the legs.
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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Sep 04, 2001
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Lake Tahoe, Nev. - Laughter is the best medicine - even dogs will tell you that, report researchers at Sierra Nevada College.
Sep 01, 2001
Dr. Byron Blagburn takes a look at the advancements made in heartworm prevention and the impact they have made.
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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Aug 20, 2001
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Vancouver, B.C. - In his opening remarks, an international animal welfare chair poked jabs at cosmetic surgery practices in the U.S. and Canada that are willfully defended by kennel clubs, dog shows, breeders and pet owners.
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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Aug 20, 2001
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Fort Collins, Colo. - Colorado State University's (CSU) pet loss support program, Changes: Support for People and Pets, has been renamed The Family Support Service.
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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Aug 20, 2001
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London - Scientists at the Waltham Center for Pet Nutrition have engineered a new pet food that could reduce the rates of canine cognitive dysfunction syndrome or "doggy Alzheimer's," cancer and other age-related diseases in animals.
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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Aug 20, 2001
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Madison, Wis. - University of Wisconsin researchers think they might have the answer to why some dogs die after receiving anesthesia for surgery.