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Veterinary Viewpoints: Look out for your pets during holidays

The holidays are a great time to share some cheer. Sometimes, our four-legged friends feel left out and sometimes they are just curious. Either way, they may get into some mischief during the holiday season.
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Best Gift for Pets

Mon, Dec 07, 2020

This holiday season, give your pet the best gift — a collar with identification tags and a microchip.

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When Your Pet Needs Anesthesia

Mon, Jul 06, 2020

Tens of thousands of pets undergo general anesthesia every year in the United States. It may be scary to think of your pet under anesthesia, but it’s generally very safe: Recent studies show only 0.17 percent of dogs and 0.24 percent of cats die as a consequence of anesthesia.

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Bubbles – Knocking on Death’s Door

Wed, Jun 17, 2020

It’s 1 a.m. on Tuesday, June 2, when Marion Campeau of Fairfax, Oklahoma, pulled up to the emergency entrance of the Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine’s Veterinary Medical Hospital. Bubbles, her 12-week old Pekinese, had literally taken her last puppy breath. Bubbles was in cardiopulmonary arrest.

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Pete’s Pet Posse reinvents itself with virtual therapy

Wed, Apr 22, 2020

America’s dogs have grabbed the spotlight in a world turned upside down by COVID-19. They are becoming digital stars on social media and video conferencing applications such as Zoom, where canine voices and faces are becoming part of a new normal.

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The Use of CBD in Dogs and Cats

Wed, Feb 12, 2020

Over-the-counter hemp CBD products are marketed as all-natural treatments for a plethora of ailments in both humans and pets. Many pet owners look to hemp CBD as an alternative treatment for medical disorders such as anxiety, pain and seizures.

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