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Jaclyn

Jaclyn is a Licensed Veterinary Technician (LVT) who has a bachelors degree in journalism. Combining her two interests of writing, and veterinary medicine is a true passion. Jaclyn has already created her own blog called The Four Legged Nurse (@thefourleggednurse) and looks forward to contributing to I Love Veterinary! Jaclyn is blessed with two children, a wonderful husband, and four devoted fur babies. In her free time she loves spending time with her family, reading, and riding horses.

Why These Are The 9 Best Dog Clippers For Canines

Why These Are The 9 Best Dog Clippers The Importance of the Right Dog Clippers for The Right Job  Whether you’re a professional or a newbie, one thing is certain; you need the right and best dog clippers to groom your dog. With that said, not all clippers are created equal. To make things easier …

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Interesting Elephant Facts You Musth Know

Today we will be unpacking elephant musth. Elephants are a fan favorite when it comes to animals. Not only are they adorable, and smart but they also represent good luck.  They do exhibit some interesting behaviors that many people are unaware of. One, in particular, is when elephants are in musth. Read on to learn …

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The History of the Elizabethan Collar

Everyone knows the Cone of Shame.  Its real name is the Elizabethan collar (a.k.a e-collar), and it is actually a very crucial and vital part of the veterinary world. The giant plastic protective device to keep your dog/cat from self-mutilating.  The Birth of the Collar of Shame The Elizabethan Collar gets its name from mimicking the …

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The Way Forward for Veterinarians to Combat the Covid-19 Disease

Combating the disease is obviously not a veterinarians’ main job, but it does cross over a bit. It does this because Covid-19 was a disease that started off in an animal and mutated in a person. By educating the public on the dangers of zoonotic diseases, we can hopefully combat and prevent another pandemic from …

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Sebaceous Cysts on Dogs – Causes, Types, Signs and More

When you pet your dog, you often feel their silky fur, cute wet nose, and sometimes a few bumps. Because you’re not sure what it is, you find yourself inspecting it closer. The size, shape, location are all noted. But, what is this small, raised bump? This bump can be many things, but luckily after …

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