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What follows is an excerpt of an article from a popular pet health site. In it the author discusses the importance of being fully informed when deciding what is best for your pet. My comments (as well as my response to a comment to my comment) can also be read there.

Every year continuing education seminars and journal articles provide us with more and more knowledge about more and more diseases, diagnostic procedures, and treatments.

Published in Health Maintenance

Thrombocytopenia is a common disorder in small animals.There are several causes, which can be grouped into four categories.

I am a very strong advocate of obtaining any indicated non-invasive diagnostic information when treating a sick pet. 

Friday, 04 March 2011 03:24

Bone Tumors In Dogs and Cats

Most primary bone tumors in dogs are malignant, and approximately 85 % are osteosarcomas.

Cough is a common problem in dogs but occurs less frequently in cats. Cough is caused by irritation of the throat, airways or the lungs.

Inquiries about various issues relating to Western blot (WB) testing are frequently posted to the Lyme disease discussion groups on the Internet. Among the most commonly asked questions are:

Published in Infectious Diseases

Hyperthyroidism is the overproduction of thyroid hormone by the thyroid glands. Hyperthyroidism occurs most commonly in older cats and is rare in dogs.