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The Incredible Dr. Pol Prepares to Celebrate 200 Episodes of Helping Others Learn About Animals
For over ten years, veterinarian Dr. Jan Pol has given animal lovers an inside look at his veterinary work on the Nat Geo WILD show The Incredible Dr. Pol
U.K. Vets Suggest Pet Owners Stop Buying Bulldogs After Conducting Dog Health Study
A study from experts at the Royal Veterinary College has found that English bulldogs have twice the health risks of other dog breeds because of their distinctive features
Pug Puppy Born with Upside Down Paws Dies During Corrective Surgery: 'She Was So Loved'
Mila, a seven-week-old pug born with bilateral luxated elbows, died Monday of cardiac arrest under anesthesia, The Oliver and Friends Farm Rescue and Sanctuary announced
Pugs Not Considered 'Typical' Dog Breed from Health Perspective, New Study Finds
Pugs, bred to have flat faces, have severe health problems linked to their physical appearance, a study of U.K. dogs found
Birmingham Zoo's Oliver the Orangutan on the Mend Following Surgery to Remove Tumor
After Birmingham Zoo officials noticed swelling between Oliver's legs, an ultrasound revealed the orangutan had a testicular tumor, which two surgeons later removed
Florida Man Dedicated to Helping Animals Donates 68 Wheelchairs to Pets with Disabilities
John Cox, a retired deputy from the Sarasota County Sheriff's Office, has donated wheelchairs to 64 dogs, three cats, and a goat over the last year through his organization Ruck9

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Expert Advice on How to Protect Pets from Ticks, Allergies, Fireworks and Other Summer Dangers
Jenna Stregowski, a registered veterinary technician and the pet health and behavior editor at Daily Paws, shared her tips for keeping pets safe and happy during the season ahead
Phaedra Parks Shares How She Picks the Perfect Vet: It's Someone 'Who Fits Your Personality'
The attorney and Real Housewives of Atlanta alum recently visited the veterinarians of Critter Fixers: Country Vets
Vet Expert Explains Why the Current Avian Flu Outbreak Has People Removing Their Bird Feeders

The Department of Natural Resources in Michigan and Illinois both recommended that residents temporarily remove their bird feeders and birdbaths from outside