Veterinary / Professional Health Care
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Articles of Interest
- Teach Your Dog to Handle an Exam Your dog is never too young to learn how to be a good patient. In fact, the younger, the better. With the right training and socialization, medical exams will be less traumatic for you, your pup and your veterinarian. Read More (Added: 24 April 2012)
- How to Choose a Vet for Your Puppy Your puppy's relationship with his veterinarian is one of the most important in his life. Therefore, choosing the right veterinarian is essential. This article includes a checklist of some of the factors that should be considered when selecting a veterinarian. (Added: 24 April 2012)
- Top 10 Questions for Your Dog's Veterinarian Make the most out of your dog's next veterinary visit by knowing the right questions to ask.(Added: 24 April 2012)
- Who Works at Your Dog's Veterinary Office? Do you know the difference between a Veterinarian, Veterinary Assistant, and a Veterinary Technician? All of these individuals, and more, may work at your local vet's office.(Added: 24 April 2012)
- Stem Cell Research and Your Dog From cloning to possible cancer cures, stem cell breakthroughs can both frighten and amaze. But how might such research affect your dog and what should you do so that your pet might benefit? (Added: 25 May 2012)
- Can a Pain Management Center Help Your Dog? From dealing with arthritic hips to recovering from a recent surgery, dogs nationwide are benefitting from new interest in animal pain management centers. These veterinary practices specializing in pain alleviation are now available to help you and your dog, no matter the situation, whether you have an elderly dog or one that suffers from a more chronic condition. Note: Although this article is written with a U.S. audience in mind, there are veterinary practices across Canada as well that specialize in pain management.(Added: 24 April 2012)
- Alternative Health Care for Dogs Acupuncture, homeopathy, holistic medicine, Chinese herbs and chiropractic techniques are just some of the alternative health care options that are now widely available for canines. But when are these methods the right - or wrong - course of treatment? (Added: 24 April 2012)
- Canine Physical Therapy: Helping Dogs Heal By Dr. Tracy Dewhirst (Added: 25 May 2012)
- New Health Trend: Dog Fitness Centers A new Orlando, Florida fitness center for dogs offers armatherapy, massage, aqua therapy and other services. Could this growing trend benefit your dog's health? By Kim Boatman (Added: 25 May 2012)
- Identifying Vet-Worthy Dog Health Problems The Internet and other resources can help in diagnosing dog health problems, but when is a vet the right answer. By Brad Kloza (Added: 25 May 2012)
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