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Ferrets Make Good Pets?

Ferrets as Pets Third Most Common Pet tramadol online no prescriptionBehind dogs and cats, ferrets are the third most common mammalian free roaming pet in the United States. Pros They are cute and cuddly and a lot of fun to

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Do You Have a New Reptile Pet?

Thinking of Getting a New Reptile Pet? There is a lot to consider when obtaining a pet reptile.  Diet, housing, lighting, bedding, foods, and handling are just a few of the considerations. Take a look at this article by Dr.

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Kennel Vaccinations

Dr. David Landers Makes Rounds Every Tuesday and Friday to Local Kennels for Vaccinations   Do you board your pet at a local kennel or pet hotel?  Ever get there and realize that your pet is past due on a

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House Call Vet

Dr David Landers DVM, House Call Vet in Dallas, TX Dr. David Landers makes house calls in Dallas Texas. Who Uses a House Call Veterinarian? Many people that are busy, work from home, have kids, have multiple pets, or just

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When to Spay or Neuter?

When to Spay or Neuter? That is the question.     History of Spay / Neuter   In the 1940’s and 1950’s, veterinarians had primitive anesthetics, monitoring equipments, and surgical tools.  Anesthetics were not terribly safe, especially for young animals;

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Why Spay or Neuter?

Why Spay or Neuter? Having your pet spayed or neutered is a part of responsible pet ownership. Is there a pet population problem? Every year, millions of unwanted dogs and cats, including puppies and kittens, are needlessly euthanized. The good

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Sugar Glider Veterinarian

Sugar Gliders The sugar glider is native to northern and eastern Australia, New Guinea, and surrounding islands. This arboreal, nocturnal creature spends its days in leaf-lined nests in tree hollows. They are extremely social and vocal and can be found

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Pet Medications Need Veterinary Oversight

Why is it important for a Veterinarian to monitor your pets’ medications? When your pet needs medication it is important that your veterinarian in consulted.  There are many reasons that pet meds can cause problems for your dog or cat

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Heartworm Prevention for Dogs

Canine Heartworm Prevention: Why it’s important for every dog. Heartworm prevention is important for all dogs in the South and in most of the United States.  Heartworm disease is transmitted by mosquitos and thusly even indoor only dogs are susceptible. 

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Suprelorin (deslorelin) Implant for Ferret Adrenal Disease

Suprelorin (deslorelin) implant for Ferret Adrenal Disease SUPRELORIN® F Implant is now available in the United States so ferret owners have a simple, convenient, medical alternative for controlling the clinical signs of the adrenal disease in ferrets. Suprelorin is a new

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