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What You Need to Know About Pet First Aid

April 26, 2022

Building a first aid kit, caring for a wounded pet, and knowing when to get help. By Rachel Halpin, DVM, DACVECC Criticalist at Care Center and NVA Compassion-First Specialty Advisory Board (SAB) Vice-Chair As a ...

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CBD and Our Pets: Veterinary Experts Review the Science Behind the Use of CBD Products in Pets

January 20, 2022

By Melissa Turner, DVM, CVA and Eric N. Glass, MS, DVM, DACVIM (Neurology) Red Bank Veterinary Hospitals, Hillsborough and Tinton Falls, NJ Cannabinoid products have grown in popularity with pet owners over the past decade ...

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10 Ways to Keep Your Pet Safe During the Holiday Season

December 8, 2021

Over the holidays, we celebrate the joy of coming together in health and happiness. But sometimes in the midst of the hustle and bustle of the season, we let our guard down and allow our ...

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National Pet Cancer Awareness Month: Insights From a Veterinary Oncologist

November 2, 2021

A cancer diagnosis for your best friend may seem like devastating news, but veterinary oncology has come a long way, and pets with cancer can now often be helped. Advances made in human cancer diagnosis ...

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Animal Pain Awareness Month – Acupuncture

September 9, 2021

Veterinary Acupuncture: Getting to the Point of Your Pet’s Pain By Michel Selmer, DVM, MS, CTCVMP LIVS | Plainview, NY Many common pet medical conditions, from osteoarthritis to dental disease, cause pain that can interfere ...

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