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    Veterinary Cardiology: What to Expect

    February 2, 2023

    You have learned that your pet needs to see a cardiologist and made an appointment. Now what? Here’s what to expect leading up to your pet’s appointment:

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  • 6 Common Dental Emergencies in Pets

    February 1, 2023

    While dental disease is the leading cause of chronic oral pain in pets, dental emergencies can result in acute pain and injury that requires immediate treatment.

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  • Mansfield EMTs Learn How to Treat Police Dogs Under the New Nero’s Law

    January 26, 2023

    MANSFIELD — When a Cape Cod K9 police officer was killed and his partner Nero was critically injured helping with an arrest in 2018, EMTs were prohibited by law from taking the dog by ambulance to an animal hospital. Now, local EMTs and paramedics and 20,000 others around the state, are undergoing training to treat

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  • Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) in Dogs and Cats

    January 18, 2023

    Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is one of the most common causes of chronic gastrointestinal symptoms in dogs and cats.

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  • Megaesophagus in Dogs

    December 21, 2022

    Megaesophagus in dogs is an enlargement of the esophagus causing food and water to be easily regurgitated, putting pets at risk for aspiration pneumonia.

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    How to Gift a Pet Responsibly

    December 7, 2022

    We all love our pets, so it is no surprise that many people enjoy seeing the look of excitement on a family member or friend’s face when they are gifted one of their own! Although gifting pets is not preferred, if you are thinking of gifting one this holiday season, please keep these tips in mind to make sure the pet is being gifted responsibly.

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  • How to Help with the Overpopulation of Dogs, Cats, & Critters: Adopt!

    November 28, 2022

    Animal shelters and rescue groups are constantly inundated with dogs, cats, and critters that need homes. These are animals that have often been through a lot and need a place to lay their head at night for the rest of their lives, not just temporarily.

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  • MIMIC: Real Patient Story from A Real Pet Owner

    November 23, 2022

    Whiskey was disqualified from the many options for osteosarcoma treatment due to her lung metastases. Then they found Ethos Discovery.

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    Veterinary Oncology

    November 15, 2022

    Hearing your pet has cancer can be devastating, but advances in veterinary oncology are prolonging pet lives and improving their quality of life. In the last several years, veterinarians have made significant progress in better understanding how to approach cancer treatment, and this knowledge helps affected pets have better outcomes.

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  • Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Mammary Tumors in Dogs & Cats

    October 25, 2022

    Did you know that mammary cancer is rated the third most common cancer in cats? It also accounts for 42% of all diagnosed tumors in female dogs, with a lifetime risk of 23-34%.

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  • Celebrating Ethos Veterinary Technicians

    October 16, 2022

    Every veterinary technician has heard, “I would love to have your job. You get to wear scrubs and play with puppies all day.” However, this does not accurately represent the challenging job duties of these devoted individuals.

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  • Preparing for Your Pet’s Surgery

    October 12, 2022

    Feeling anxious and overwhelmed when your pet needs surgery is understandable but knowing how to prepare for their procedure can help. Calm your worries by taking steps to ensure your pet is ready for surgery and to prepare your home for their recovery.

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