Palliative Treatment Options for Cancer

The Daily Vet is a blog featuring veterinarians from all walks of life. Every week they will tackle entertaining, interesting, and sometimes difficult topics in the world of animal medicine – all in the hopes that their unique insights and personal experiences will help you to understand your pets. Aug 07, 2013 Palliative Treatment Options for Cancer by Dr. Joanne Intile Share Save to mypetMDThus far I’ve discussed various methods we use to diagnose dogs with osteosarcoma and the staging tests required …

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Keeping the Peace in a Multi-Cat Household

The Daily Vet is a blog featuring veterinarians from all walks of life. Every week they will tackle entertaining, interesting, and sometimes difficult topics in the world of animal medicine – all in the hopes that their unique insights and personal experiences will help you to understand your pets.
Provide ample resources for all cats in your home. At first glance, this advice may seem simplistic. But what you consider to be ample resources may not be what your cat would prefer.

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Zoonotic Diseases in Cats

Zoonotic diseases can pass from pets to people or people to pets. View the video to learn more
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Platelet Enhancement Therapy (PET)

Like their owners, a large number of pets will develop arthritis as they age. In fact, veterinarians estimate that more than 15 million dogs already suffer from this disease. Thankfully, a new protocol that uses platelet rich plasma from your pet’s own blood may provide some hope to veterinarians and pet owners.

Deadly bobcat fever: Another reason to protect pets from ticks

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How Holistic Treatments Helped a ‘Cat From Hell’ Lead a Better Life

The Daily Vet is a blog featuring veterinarians from all walks of life. Every week they will tackle entertaining, interesting, and sometimes difficult topics in the world of animal medicine – all in the hopes that their unique insights and personal experiences will help you to understand your pets. Jul 16, 2013 How Holistic Treatments Helped a ‘Cat From Hell’ Lead a Better Life by Dr. Patrick Mahaney Share Save to mypetMDI was enthused to be requested again by Jackson Galaxy, of the Animal Planet …

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Seven Most Common Illnesses in Senior Cats

The Daily Vet is a blog featuring veterinarians from all walks of life. Every week they will tackle entertaining, interesting, and sometimes difficult topics in the world of animal medicine – all in the hopes that their unique insights and personal experiences will help you to understand your pets. Jul 15, 2013 Seven Most Common Illnesses in Senior Cats by Dr. Lorie Huston Share Save to mypetMDToday, our cats are living longer than ever before, thanks in part to advances in veterinary medicine, pet …

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The Difference Between a DACVIM and a DVM

The Daily Vet is a blog featuring veterinarians from all walks of life. Every week they will tackle entertaining, interesting, and sometimes difficult topics in the world of animal medicine – all in the hopes that their unique insights and personal experiences will help you to understand your pets. Jul 17, 2013 The Difference Between a DACVIM and a DVM by Dr. Joanne Intile Share Save to mypetMDFrom time to time I’m asked, “Can my regular veterinarian do the treatments?” Or, “What’s the difference …

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Foundation is Giving Firefighters the Tools to Save Pets

It all started with “Fido,” a firefighter’s pet. Residential fires are terrifying – and often deadly – to both people and their pets. It’s estimated that more than 40,000 companion animals lose their lives in home fires each year. But an Arizona firefighter designed an emergency bag for pets, named it the “FIDO Bag” (after his own dog), and a new tool in the arsenal…

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Experts share tips for keeping pets cool in summer heat

Summer means taking extra care to keep pets from overheating, an especially dangerous situation for brachycephalic breeds inc -More-

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