Medicine

Please note: there are more graphics and numbers in this post than I usually get into on this blog. But hang in there… this is important for our dogs… and for us! There hasn’t been a whole lot of *new* in veterinary medicine in northeast Ohio over the past couple of decades as it relates

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Dear Valued Client, Recent developments in the pharmaceutical world have set up conditions where the cost of treatment for canine hypothyroidism, levothyroxine, will increase. For a long time, various manufacturers of levothyroxine sold their product without any regulatory oversight. These manufacturers reverse-engineered their product from the patented levothyroxine on the human market. The Food and

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A 6 year old female-spayed Collie presented to me in September of 2013 with a growth in the mouth, right out in front of the left incisors. It didn’t respond to initial antibiotic and anti-inflammatory therapy, so surgery was scheduled to get a biopsy. The result: Acanthamatous amelobastoma From IDEXX Laboratories: Oral mucosa: The submucosa

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Chronic kidney disease is becoming one of the more common end-of-life problems that our pets, especially our kitty friends, struggle with. We have lots of experience treating chronic kidney disease and we welcome the opportunity to care for your pet and provide the help that they need.

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