“They Ate What?!” every year for the past decade, Veterinary Practice News has hosted the annual “They Ate What?!” competition, where veterinarians send in the most eye-popping radiographs their practices have encountered. Below is one of the entries.
Zeus, a 1-year-old neutered Doberman Pinscher wound up at the vet after some vomiting. He seemed to be OK — he had an appetite and his belly palpitated normally. But a couple days later Zeus’ condition had worsened. His appetite waned and his stomach appeared to bother him. Read the rest of this entry »
Thanksgiving is such a wonderful and meaningful holiday. Friends and families gather, ovens work overtime and delicious holiday aromas fill the air. It’s a time for sharing and giving thanks. The best way to give thanks for your pets is to keep them safe! Give them some extra attention and even a little extra food. But, please be careful about which foods you share. The best foods to share are not scraps, but the same foods you and I eat.