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July 06, 2015
AKC National Owner – Handled Series Finals Judging Panel Released

July 06, 2015
Canine Influenza Infographic

July 03, 2015
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The 3-step mantra ingrained into my brain during my residency in medical oncology was to “name it, stage it, and treat it.” The philosophy is simple: First you must identify the disease process you’re dealing with (name it). Then you search for where in the body you can find evidence of the disease (stage it). Continue Reading