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Fetal Resorption in Animals– Animals (SWALLOWING) Their Babies

How is Fetal Resorption in Animals Different from Humans? Fetal resorption, or also known as resorption of the fetus, is a process during which the maternal body disintegrates and assimilates one or more fetuses inside the uterus.In animals, for example, small companion animals, this process will happen in the first half of the pregnancy, or …

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Lymphangiectasia in Dogs, Causes, Signs, Symptoms and MORE

Lymphangiectasia in dogs can be caused by a wide variety of diseases or conditions. Most of these conditions are idiopathic (without a known cause), congenital, or acquired due to a secondary cause.  The most common and frequently encountered secondary cause of lymphangiectasia is Protein Losing Enteropathy. Even though the name sounds scary, lymphangiectasia can be …

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Interview with Dr. Meg Barnes – The difference between working in Australia and the UK

Hi Dr. Meg, please introduce yourself to our readers. My name is Meg. I’m 27 years old and qualified as a veterinarian in 2015, where I worked as a small animal and equine vet for 2 years. I currently live and work as a locum in the United Kingdom, having been lucky enough to have …

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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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Portosystemic Shunt in Dogs – What to Watch Out For

A portosystemic shunt in dogs (PSS further in this article) is a condition that explains an uncharacteristic connection between the systemic circulation of the body and the portal vascular system in dogs and cats. In this article, we will talk about this condition in dogs, as it is rarely seen in cats. When this condition …

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Everything You Need To Know About Cat Kidney Diseases

Cat Kidney Diseases This article is dedicated to unpacking everything about cat kidney diseases. Cats are awesome and surprisingly very resilient creatures. That is why in all cultures, our feline friends have nine lives.  But, quite often, cats will experience some kidney issues, some of them self-inflicted (eating household plants, for example), and some genetically …

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13 of The Best Cat Carriers For Your Feline in 2021

The Usefulness of a Cat Carrier  Whether that is to the vet, a new home, or maybe something else, the best cat carrier is essential for transporting your cat. Any cat owner will know that sometimes you need to transport your cat. While some cats are okay with being leashed and walked, for their safety, …

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A Career Spotlight on The Animal Psychology Field

What is an Animal Psychologist? Animal Psychology, also known as Comparative Psychology, is an interdisciplinary field that studies animals’ behavior and cognitive processes. The philosophy of this field is drawn from several related areas of inquiry.  The areas of inquiry include Ethology, General Psychology, and Evolutionary Biology, among others. The findings and inquiries related to …

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