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Infectious Tracheobronchitis, Known As Kennel Cough

A common phone call: ‘My one-year-old dog has this honking cough, while she be ok?” In many respects dogs are like small children, they...

District Veterinary Opens Third Location

Four-legged family members will feel at home immersed in a variety of couches, floor level windows and friendly smiles at District Veterinary. The practice's...

Don’t Eat That Plant!

Many people enjoy having houseplants and pets in their home. It is possible to have both coexist safely. A number of plants are dangerous...

Lessons From the Dogs of Lucca

When walking down the street, I note every dog in front and behind me. I note their gait, their body condition score, their weight,...

Ticks: Perennial Problem for Human and Animal Health

Ticks are a perennial problem for human and animal health, as they are vectors of transmission of various potentially debilitating ailments. Utilizing flea and...

The District Vet: About Heartworm

Heartworm disease is endemic to the United States, and most of the dogs in Washington, DC, are taking a preventive to ward off this...

The Cicadas Are Back

They're ba-ack. The cicadas are about to emerge. Cicadas are stout-bodied insects with broad heads, clear-membraned wings, and prominent compound eyes. The species which inhabit...

A Pandemic Year for Veterinarians

For everyone 2020 presented numerous challenges and even some opportunities. Daily routines were rapidly altered, creating a new reality. The practice of veterinary medicine...

For Pets and People, Liver Care is Essential

You can’t live without a liver. Spleen? Sure. Only one kidney? You bet. But the liver? Nope. It serves myriad functions, which cannot be...
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