At The Laboratory With My Pet’s Doctor, Chemistry Profile II

In our ongoing series about how and why your pet’s doctor chooses laboratory tests, and what the results mean, we continue our look at the Chemistry Profile.  Click here to read Part 1.  Click here to read about the Complete Blood Count (CBC).   Click here to read about urinalysis. Glucose. Everybody knows glucose. It’s also […]

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Xylitol Poisoning In Dogs

I was at lunch today when I saw Touloulou’s owner and asked how she was doing. “I’m glad I ran into you because I had an epiphany the other day talking to my daughter. She said, ‘Touloulou isn’t eating my gum since school has been out.’ I asked what she meant and she said, ‘She […]

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Would You Like A Fork With That Chihuahua?

The name “Smokey” took on a whole new meaning at a London, KY, backyard cookout as this little Smokey got too close to the cooking action. Look at this photo of Smokey with a giant grilling fork impaled, not just in his head, but in his brain! His veterinarian, Dr. Keaton Smith, of the Cumberland Valley […]

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