3 Emergency Complications to Look Out for After Your Dog's Spay Procedure

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The vast majority of female dogs recover perfectly well from their spay procedure, but some will inevitably have complications. Some post-surgical health problems can be dealt with at home, and your veterinary surgeon will advise you on how to do this. However, others are more serious and require a visit to the emergency vet to solve. Here are 3 such complications to look out for when your beloved pooch comes home from being spayed:…

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Not-So-Evil Eye: Is Your Dog Suffering From True Cataracts Or Nuclear Sclerosis?

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Any good dog owner will do anything and everything they can to preserve their dogs eyesight, especially when their dog reaches old age and becomes more vulnerable to various sight-depriving conditions such as cataracts. Many good dog owners will also immediately panic and take their dog to the vet when if they spot the slightest amount of cloudiness in their dog’s eyes – however, in many cases this clouding is not caused by true cataracts, but by a much less serious form of occlusion known as nuclear or lenticular sclerosis.…

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How Stem Cell Therapy Could Save Your Event Horse's Career

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Event horses are the ultimate all-round equine athletes, requiring fitness and endurance levels beyond most other competitive disciplines.  Due to the strain placed on the non-elastic tendon tissues in the horse’s forelimbs, serious tendon strains are commonplace.  This can mean a long layoff and the very real possibility that the horse’s career as an eventer will be over.  However, revolutionary stem cell therapy techniques now offer hope to eventers with damaged tendons.…

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