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Monthly Archives: July 2017

The Stiles Files: It’s a Privilege

It’s a Privilege – by  Dr. Enid Stiles  I consider my time on this earth as a veterinarian a privilege. And the reason why is simple, and yet for some people, it may seem odd. I hear myself and my colleagues using words with clients like ‘it is our duty’, ‘we are always considering the welfare of the patient’, ‘we have …

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Dr. Amanda Glew: A Dog Will Be A Dog

A dog will be a dog – by Dr. Amanda Glew  Every once in a while, something completely out of the ordinary occurs while working in a vet clinic.  A few months back, I was thrown into a situation which was confusing and uncomfortable – but needed to be addressed. While seeing regular clients, I was pulled out of consultation …

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Guest Post: One Dog’s Journey from Kibble to Raw

How I Improved my Dog’s Nutrition, One Dog’s Journey from Kibble to Raw – Guest Post by Orly Leitner  DISCLAIMER: This is our personal story of which I am happy to share with you. Everything I keep learning is from hours and hours of research, experimentation and of course, common sense. These instalments will provide you with insight into the …

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Moms to be! How to deal with pregnancy and your pets

Pregnancy - dont neglet your furry babies cats and dogs

Congratulations on your pregnancy!  Now, what are you going to do about your other babies (the furry ones)? It’s a beautiful time especially when it’s your first child, going through all the experiences and challenges of learning what to buy, what you need or don’t.  Essentially, how to care for this child having no experience or background doing so!   …

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