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All About Vet Supplies and Equipment

Hi there. My name is Taylor Polk. Welcome to my website. I am here to talk to you about the supplies and equipment used by vets in taking care of dogs, cats and other animals. I will share information about the diagnostic equipment used to identify the illnesses and injuries affecting animals of all kinds. I will also cover the supplies used in the treatments of all the most common conditions handled by veterinarians. Please feel free to come by my site daily to learn all you need to know about vet care equipment and supplies. Thank you for coming by.


Dewclaw Trauma In Dogs: What Owners Should Know

2 September 2021
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Vestigial features are when certain parts of the anatomy are present without serving any real purpose. Many creatures (including humans) have them. After all, nobody really needs an appendix. Also consider the fact that many flightless birds (such as ostriches, emus, and kiwis) still have wings. When it comes to your dog's dewclaw (the inward-facing claw slightly above where the leg meets the paw), there's some debate about whether the feature is actually vestigial. Read More …

Three Specialists Dogs Should See As They Enter Old Age

9 July 2021
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Dogs are considered to have entered "old age" when they're about eight to 11, depending on the breed. Many dogs live well past this age, but in order to enjoy good health in their later years, they do require more care and attention. One way to ensure your older dog remains in good health is to seek care from specialty veterinarians. Here are three veterinary specialists your older dog can benefit from seeing. Read More …

Finding An Animal Hospital And Getting The Emergency Pet Care That You Need

11 May 2021
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Veterinary medicine is a field that holds a value of $29.2 billion right now, and it is growing quickly at rates of about 7.4 percent. Animal hospitals and emergency pet care make up a big part of this industry, and so many people take advantage of both each year. Whether you have a dog, cat, reptile, bird, or any other pet, it's important that you have their medical needs taken care of. Read More …

3 Tips To Make Dental Care Easier On Your Cat When Visiting The Vet

8 September 2020
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Visiting a vet doesn't need to be a daunting experience, even when you're bringing your cat in for dental care. If you're bringing your cat to a vet for dental care for the first time, you could be concerned about both the costs of getting dental work done and what you can expect for making sure that the visit to the vet is an easy experience for both you and your cat. Read More …

Ways That Your Vet May React After You Get A DNA Test For Your Dog

21 October 2019
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You've likely heard about DNA testing that will provide answers about your ancestry, and it's possible that you've even taken one of these tests. A type of DNA test that you may not be familiar with is a canine DNA test. This test takes place in a similar manner — you get a kit in the mail that contains a swab, which you run along the inside of your pet's mouth and return to the testing company. Read More …