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A 2-year-old Yorkshire terrier exhibits diminished respiratory effort during induction for ovariohysterectomy. No obstruction is found. What went wrong?
Canine hip dysplasia is a disease of the coxofemoral joint in which laxity of the joint leads to degeneration of articular cartilage and development of osteoarthritis.
Perineal hernias result from progressive weakness and ultimate unilateral or bilateral failure of the pelvic diaphragm.
Senior pets can benefit from massage for ache relief, more frequent walks for cardiovascular health, and strength. An expert provides example exercises with step-by-step instructions.
Should you treat asymptomatic, nonproteinuric Lyme-seropositive dogs with antibiotics? Two experts share their opinion.
What constitutes end-of-life care for senior pets? An expert answers.
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