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Canine Indolent Ulcers (SCCEDs – Superficial chronic corneal epithelial defects)

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Canine Indolent Ulcers (SCCEDs – Superficial chronic corneal epithelial defects)

By: Robert L. Peiffer, DVM, PhD and Martha Low, DVM Indolent ulcers—also known as Boxer ulcers, recurrent epithelial erosions, or SCCED—are common in middle to older aged dogs of all breeds but most commonly, as one might suspect, Boxers. Pathogenesis is thought to involve a defect in stromal-epithelial adhesion; sliding with blinking and eye movement […]

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Expanding Excitement

We have had to let our seams out and stretch a bit as we have grown into and through our existing space! We are very excited about our current expansion project! We have broken through the walls of the attached and adjacent 6,000 square feet of space, and are in the home stretch of  finishing […]

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CARES Offers Free Service Dog Eye Exams

SERVICE DOGS THROUGHOUT THE TRI-STATE AREA TO RECEIVE FREE SIGHT SAVING EYE EXAMS CARES takes part in the ACVO®/Merial® National Service Dog Eye Exam Event.   Registration begins April 1st for May 2012 event. Langhorne, PA – “A service dog having sharp, clear eyesight is one of the most important elements”, says Gina King of Bristol […]

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Caring for a pet with cancer: Nutrition
Nutrition plays an important role in a cancer patient’s overall health and fitness. In general,...
Caring for a pet with cancer: Quality of life
Our two primary goals are to give our patients the best possible life quality for as long as we...
Caring for a pet with cancer: How do I know if my pet is in pain?
Admittedly, it’s harder in pets. They can’t tell us what’s wrong, but we can observe...
Two Canine Cancer Clinical Trials Now at CARES
Evaluation of a Novel Adjuvant Therapy for Canine Hemangiosarcoma Patients Treated with...
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