Monthly Archives: July 2016

Corticosteroids In Veterinary Practice? Think “CIA”

It really depends on who you talk to.  The use of corticosteroids in veterinary medicine can be a blessing or a curse.  A wise old veterinarian once shared with me that “although antibiotics may be the heart of your practice, … Continue reading

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Let’s Talk Turtles…….

I don’t know about you, but for the past month and a half, turtles have been just about everywhere around here.  My dogs can’t take a walk without sniffing them out and yes, even putting one in their mouths when … Continue reading

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10 Reasons Why Joint Damage Can Get Worse Without Attention

We see it just about every week in practice:  A hurt shoulder, hip, knee, elbow or ankle.  Most joint injuries are sprains, thank goodness.  Yet, dislocations, fractures or ligament tears that affect joints have a need to be surgically repaired … Continue reading

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