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The Horror of Hormones

Hormones are important for growth and development, but as our pets mature they can result in many unwanted side effects....
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Case Study: A Teste of Our Skills

Spaying and neutering your pet is almost always advised, especially with rabbits. Today we had a very special little guest....
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Into The Dragon

Dental and Oral Disease in Lizards February is Pet Dental Health Month.  While dogs and cats usually take the spotlight,...
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PE Or Not PE? It’s Not Even a Question!

Every day, we get calls from loving pet owners wanting to have their rabbit, guinea pig, rat, or other pet...
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Working to Help Wild Bobcats – the Kiawah Island Bobcat Project – Katie Rainwater, DVM

A sedated Kiawah Island bobcat has his picture taken prior to recovery and release after receiving...
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Wild Wools and Where to Find Them

Madame Matilda here again. The weather is getting chilly and everyone wants to be warm and cozy! While not all...
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You CAN Handle the Tooth! – Elissa, Client Services Representative

My chinchilla "Mama" was shrinking. She’s 10 years old and compared to her daughter "Bebe", only 1 1/2 years younger...
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Top Ten: Reasons To Let Baby Raccoons Grow Up Wild

Spring is coming, and with it the season of baby wildlife. Every year we receive dozens of calls from people...
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Exotic Felid Diets – Abby Duvall, DVM, DABVP (Avian Practice)

Captive exotic felids are obligate carnivores and require a balanced diet to ensure proper nutrition which meets both metabolic energy...
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Holiday Hazards and How to Avoid Them

Madame Matilda’s Midwinter Maladies  - OR - Holiday Hazards and How to Avoid Them 'Tis the season for bringing trees...
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