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Happy Labor Day 2011

Labor Day. What does it mean to you? OK, one person says you mustn’t wear white after Labor Day.  And, you are correct. You, in the back. You’re right, it’s a Monday off from work. And, you over there, with…

Deworming Schedules For Dogs And Cats

Dewormings come in pairs. Deworming medication can kill only adult worms, so if your pet is diagnosed with hookworms, whipworms or roundworms, common intestinal parasites, treatment must follow the proper schedule in order to be effective. If the “first deworming”…

Lenticular Sclerosis In Dogs And Cats

Lenticular sclerosis, also called nuclear sclerosis, appears as a greying of the lens of the eye. Most commonly pet owners first see it when light hits a pet’s eyes just right and some of the light is reflected back, cloudiness…

Speed Dating For Homeless Animals II

An error occurred in sending Tuesday’s post to subscribers and some did not include the video that was to accompany the story.  By clicking this link you may access the post and see the video, as well. Enjoy, Dr. Randolph

Cataracts In Dogs

Cataract is defined as “an opacity of the crystalline lens of the eye” (credit Dorland’s Illustrated Medical Dictionary, 25th Edition). This definition is often expanded to include the capsule, or outer covering of the lens.   Throughout life the canine…

More Antics Of Emmylou And Willie

Thank you for indulging Brenda and me as we continue the saga of Willie and Emmylou. For the scary start we got off to with Emmylou yesterday, things were unbelievably different by the time I got home from work. Even…

Willie Has A New Friend

Frankly, it was scary. Not just a little scary, but really scary. We opened the crate our new puppy came to us in, and she stared off into the distance like a zombie. My mind reeled. “Are you sick? Are…