Veterinary Drug Handbook (VDH) is the reference veterinarians turn to when they want an independent source of information on the drugs that are used in veterinary medicine today.

How choosing your new cat

How choosing your new catCats make great companions - they are cute, fluffy, funny and give great hugs. Everyone should be able to enjoy owning a cat, but before you get your first cat there are a few things to consider.First, there is the time commitment. Many cats can live up to 20 years, so consider your lifestyle and... ↪ Read more

How choosing your new dog

How choosing your new dogWith so many breeds suited to different lifestyles, your homework will pay off when it comes to housing a new dog.Dogs really are the best friends you could ever have. They have amazing individual personalities, they will quickly become part of your family and love you unconditionally.The presence... ↪ Read more

Pay attention to your pet's teeth to prevent deadly diseases

Pay attention to your pet's teeth to prevent deadly diseasesNational Pet Dental Health month, celebrated every February, is designed to raise awareness about the importance of oral health for pets. In addition to bad breath, poor oral health can contribute to damage to the teeth and gums and periodontal disease, which can negatively impact the kidneys,... ↪ Read more

How can you improve your cat's Life

How can you improve your cat's LifeThe leading cause of death for cats is euthanasia. This is due to unacceptable behavior in the household. This includes behaviors such as fighting, destroying furniture with claws, and inappropriate urination and defecation. When these behaviors become unacceptable, the cat is either put outside or... ↪ Read more

Minimizing Stress In Cats

Minimizing Stress In CatsCats are interesting creatures when it comes to their social life. They are very sensitive to stress, especially in households with more than one cat. This stress can cause a chronic disease, especially of the urinary tract.There is even speculation that excessive stress causes a "Pandora Syndrome"... ↪ Read more

People are really getting to know their pets at home during quarantine, poll says

People are really getting to know their pets at home during quarantine, poll saysOne of the major benefits of spending more time at home: Infinitely more time with our pets.And it looks like all that time is paying off in the pet-owner relationship. A survey of 2,000 cat and dog owners found that seven out of 10 pet parents feel they know their animals more.As a pet owner... ↪ Read more

COVID-19 hits U.S. mink farms after ripping through Europe

COVID-19 hits U.S. mink farms after ripping through EuropeCOVID-19 has now struck mink farms in the United States, too. Yesterday, roughly 10 days after farmers in Utah reported a rash of mink deaths, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) confirmed the SARS-CoV-2 virus had infected the weasellike mammals, which are raised for their fur.Infections of... ↪ Read more

Cut Cooling Costs Without Sacrificing Your Indoor Cat’s Comfort

Cut Cooling Costs Without Sacrificing Your Indoor Cat’s ComfortDuring the hot summer months, it goes without saying that you need to take precautions for your outdoor pets to protect them from heat stroke and other heat related problems, but even indoor cats require special attention, especially if you’re trying to save on cooling costs by turning the air... ↪ Read more

Our dogs are becoming `overly bonded`. Time to start separating

Our dogs are becoming `overly bonded`. Time to start separatingIt's been months since many of us started working at home, which means it's been months of our dogs living in their own personal heaven. Company at all hours, unlimited pets, maybe even increased walks around the neighborhood. My dog has been in paradise."Dogs are becoming 'overly bonded,' which... ↪ Read more

What`s the weirdest food your pet can`t get enough of?

What`s the weirdest food your pet can`t get enough of?Earlier this week, Aimee Levitt shared an illuminating study that found the majority of pets do not subsist on pet food alone. Anyone who is shocked by this has not been around a dog, cat, or guinea pig for more than five minutes in their entire lives. We love our animals, and love is often... ↪ Read more

How to Help Your Cat Cope with Thunderstorms

How to Help Your Cat Cope with ThunderstormsThunderstorms can be extremely stressful for cats. While cats may not show their fear in quite the same way as dogs (in severe cases of thunderstorm anxiety, panicking dogs have been known to destroy furniture, jump through windows or otherwise harm themselves during storms,) they may still... ↪ Read more

Quarantine the cat? Disinfect the dog? The latest advice about the coronavirus and your pets

Quarantine the cat? Disinfect the dog? The latest advice about the coronavirus and your petsWhen a Pomeranian in Hong Kong tested positive for SARS-CoV-2 last week, pets quickly became part of the coronavirus conversation. The case raised the alarming possibility that pets could become part of the transmission chain for the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2, which could... ↪ Read more

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Packed cell volume (PCV, hematocrit) Reflex ovulator Microfilaricide Bronchodilator Glucocorticoid Mucolytic Hematocrit Monoamine oxidase inhibitor (MAOI) ↪ All veterinary diagnose

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Dermatophyte Descenting Diabetes Diestrus (also Diestrous) Dietary indiscretion Digestibility Digitalis glycosides Dilated cardiomyopathy

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VCA Welborn Animal Hospital Rutland Veterinary Clinic & Surgical Center Craig Road Animal Hospital Colorado State University Society Hill Veterinary Hospital Animal Emergency Clinic of Deerfield Beach VCA Paradise Valley Emergency Animal Hospital Connecticut Veterinary Center & Pet ER ↪ All veterinary clinics

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Lincoln Avenue Cat Hospital Clifton Dog And Cat Hospital North Jersey Animal Hospital Valley Animal Hospital Midland Park Veterinary Hospital Cedar Grove Animal Hospital Maywood Veterinary Clinic Arlington Dog & Cat Hospital

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AHL Chlorhexidine Solution Bloat Guard® (poloxalene) TYPE A MEDICATED ARTICLE Bloat Guard® (poloxalene) Liquid Type A Medicated Article CLTC® 100 MR (chlortetracycline hydrochloride) TYPE A MEDICATED ARTICLE Antizol-Vet Avatec® Isoflurane, USP Inhalation Anesthetic For Veterinary Use in Horses and Dogs Bovatec® 91

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Subalbinotic Steatis Uteroverdin Paradoxical CSF acidosis Ovariohysterectomy Abrev OVH Nerve root signature Dacryocystorhinography Urodeum ↪ All veterinary term

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Nosodes Notobiotic environment Novel protein Noxious stimulus Nuclear sclerosis Nuclei (nucleus) Nucleus Number-averaged molecular weight

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