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A 3-month-old, 12.4-kg intact male English bulldog was presented for a 2-week history of left forelimb lameness.
Both corticosteroids and nonsteroidal antiinflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) are known to cause adverse effects in dogs and cats.
Learn how to decrease short- and long-term postoperative complications of onychectomy.
Blacky, a 3-year-old, female mixed-breed dog, presented for preoperative evaluation prior to scheduled ovariohysterectomy.
As we educate pet owners to turn to their veterinarians for help with behavior problems, we should educate ourselves about how to answer their questions regarding these problems.
What is the treatment strategy for dogs with acute flares and chronic signs of atopic dermatitis? An expert answers.
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