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This step-by-step outlines 4 ways to obtain diagnostic samples for skin cytology, with expert tips and needed supplies.
Proper use of heartworm preventives can help avoid risky treatment. Take this quiz to refresh your knowledge about disease prevention and treatment.
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This simple surgery is a first line treatment for feline inflammatory polyps. Watch this exclusive video for expert training.
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