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Although it is the most basic form of health care, horse owners
should be aware that horses need first aid care just as much as
people do, if not more. There are many situations that a horse
owner might run into such as soft tissue injuries like lacerations
and puncture wounds, ophthalmic injuries, strains, sprains, other
acute lameness issues, colic, fever, depression... (Read More)
An ounce of prevention may be worth a pound of cure, but when it
comes to your pet's health, practicing good dental hygiene may make
a significant difference.
In fact, an animal's teeth may be more important to its overall
health than most pet owners realize, says Dr. J.R. "Bert" Dodd, a
board certified veterinary dentist at Texas A&M University's
College of Veter... (Read More)
Strayed or lost ... what to do? When you find an animal
wandering, what steps should you take to reunite them with their
owner and keep yourself safe? "One should be careful when
approaching a stray animal," says Dr. M.A. Crist, a clinical
assistant professor at the Texas A&M University College of
Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences.
"If the animal is... (Read More)
As pets become more of an integral part of the family, the
demand for skilled veterinary technicians continues to rise.
Veterinary technicians play an integral role in your pet's health.
If you're a self-motivated, personable individual who likes working
with animals and people, you may want to consider a career as a
"A veterinary technician is ... (Read More)
Winter is gone, spring is finally here and most of us cannot
wait to get outdoors and explore what nature has to offer!
Springtime weather is perfect for hiking, trail riding, water
skiing, fishing, and floating the river. During these activities,
we need to be especially careful about certain creatures that have
been hiding away all winter long, because they also want... (Read More)
Baby animals are a symbol of spring and renewal. Every year,
feed and pet stores sell chicks and bunnies to parents as Easter
presents for their children. While these animals are adorable, they
are pets and must be taken care of for the rest of their lives.
"An impulse pet is always a bad purchase," warns Dr. Mark
Stickney, Director of General Surgery Services at the ... (Read More)
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