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Common conditions in veterinary medicine may go unnoticed

February 9, 2014
Dr. Rebekah Frost , The OBSERVER

Our pets are an important part of our families and we treat them as our children. We love them unconditionally and we almost always know when something is ailing them. Many diseases have tell-tale signs that help veterinarians diagnose what is affecting the pet. Examples include skin allergies (itching), upper respiratory infections (sneezing/coughing), arthritis (lameness), or urinary infections (urinating frequently).

 
 

 

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