Summer 2013

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The Biggest Losers

Deborah Linder, diet doctor to portly pooches and fat cats, helps them shed those unhealthy pounds

Doggone DNA

Understanding the risks of inherited health problems in pets

Thoroughbred Doc

Along the backstretch of Belmont Park, Russell Cohen, V87, is having the time of his life

Itching to Know

Advice for dealing with all things lumpy, bumpy, red and splotchy on your pet's skin

Creature Comforts

Our special relationships with the animals in our lives sustain, soothe and heal us

Work Perk

Massachusetts firm subsidizes specialized care for employees’ pets

Women of Change

Disease prevention on the African continent begins at the village drinking well

Cat Nappers

If your kitty sleeps too much, it could be a sign of poor health

Juggling Act

Keiko Petrosky, mother of three, scientist and vet, recasts her career to encompass human and animal medicine

Backyard Hunters

A recent report says our feline friends are killing wildlife at an alarming rate, but the issue is much more complex

Time to Grow

We’re expanding our hospitals to better serve you and your pets

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A New Tick Disease

What looks like Lyme could be a completely different illness transmitted by the same bug

Spotlight on Cancer

Experimental technique can detect tiny bits of malignancy after surgery

Food as Medicine

Veterinary resident studies the role of diet in chronic kidney disease