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    Chocolate Toxicity

    Jan 03 2017

    twinvalleyvet | Doctor's Articles

    Chocolate Toxicity Chocolate may be America’s favorite flavor. We like chocolate candy, ice cream, chocolate drinks, chocolate cakes, just about anything with chocolate. We may want to share our favorite…

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    Kennel Cough

    May 31 2016

    twinvalleyvet | Doctor's Articles

    Kennel Cough  If your dog has ever gone to a groomer, a dog park, into a kennel, or in a shelter he/she may be at risk for Kennel Cough.  What…

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    White Muscle Disease

    Jul 06 2015

    twinvalleyvet | Doctor's Articles

    White Muscle Disease           Enzootic Muscular Dystrophy, commonly known as White Muscle Disease, is a common syndrome in young calves freshly turned out on pasture in…

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    Navicular Syndrome #2

    Jul 06 2015

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    Navicular Syndrome #2             Last week we began to discuss Navicular Syndrome.  We learned that Navicular is a syndrome that may involve many different structures…

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    Navicular Syndrome

    Jul 06 2015

    twinvalleyvet | Doctor's Articles

    Navicular Syndrome            Lameness is a common problem in many horses.  As we previously discussed there are many different causes and types of lamenesses.  Navicular Syndrome…

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    Foot Rot

    Jul 06 2015

    twinvalleyvet | Doctor's Articles

    Foot Rot           Foot rot, or infectious pododermatitis, is a common condition in cattle and sheep.  It is also a term used incorrectly to describe all cattle…

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    Foundering

    Jul 06 2015

    twinvalleyvet | Doctor's Articles

    Laminitis   Laminitis, commonly known as founder, is an issue of prime concern to all horse owners.  Founder can be a devastating disease which has the capability of crippling a…

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    Black Leg

    Mar 26 2015

    twinvalleyvet | Doctor's Articles

    Blackleg is an acute, highly fatal disease of young cattle. It is caused by the spore forming, rod-shaped, gas-producing bacteria Clostridium chauvoei. The disease is infectious and may cause severe…

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    IBR

    Mar 26 2015

    twinvalleyvet | Doctor's Articles

    Infectious Bovine Rhinotracheitis, commonly called IBR or “Red Nose” is a highly contagious virus disease of cattle. The causative agent of IBR is Bovine Herpesvirus-1 (BHV-1). IBR is recognized as…

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    New Born Foal

    Mar 26 2015

    twinvalleyvet | Doctor's Articles

    New born foals are one of the most precious things that arrive every spring.  However, these new family members can cause their owners a lot of stress and fear.  It…