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UF/IFAS Scientists: Keep Your Dogs Out of Warm Lakes

Animals, including dogs and horses, can contract pythiosis from swimming spores. About 10 cases of humans getting sick from this disease have also been reported in the U.S.

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Interior Architecture, Veterinary Medicine Using 3-D Printing to Help Treat Animal Patients

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A research project by a Kansas State University interior architecture & product design student is using 3-D printing on bone fractures in animals.

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Test Offered by Kansas State University Veterinary Diagnostic Lab May Help Decrease Yearly Pet Vaccines

Scientists in Kansas State University's Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory have modified a test that measures an animal's immune response to the rabies virus, a change that will cost pet owners less money and may help reduce the number of yearly vaccines for pets.

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On the Go with Fido or Fluffy: Kansas State University Veterinarian Has Tips for Traveling with Pets

Keep in mind your pet's safety and comfort if they will be traveling with you this summer, according to a Kansas State University veterinarian.

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Cat Pheromones May Cause Increased Scratching, Focus on Scratching Devices

A study by animal behavior expert John McGlone theorizes cats scratch more due to pheromones left behind from previous cat scratching.

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How the Gill Heart Institute (& a 116-lb Dog Named Sarge) Saved Myrl Sizemore’s Life

Without 116-pound Sarge the dog, Mryl Sizemore would have probably died of his heart attack. But Sarge needed the Gill Heart Institute's help as well in order to save Mryl's life.

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Kansas State University Veterinarian Travels to Israel to Study Black-Tailed Prairie Dogs

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A Kansas State University veterinary medicine researcher is conducting a study on a group of black-tailed prairie dogs and collaborating with veterinarians from the Tisch Family Zoological Gardens in Jerusalem.

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Tweet This! – Animals Use Their Own Version of Facebook/Twitter

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Veterinarian Warns of Parvo Risk for Puppies at Parks

The Kansas State University Veterinary Health Center is seeing more cases of parvovirus and cautions pet owners to keep puppies from crowded areas like dog parks until fully vaccinated.