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today? Chronic diseases, especially diabetes mellitus type 2 precipitated by obesity, is at the top of the list. Still, too many of us are spending too much effort on traditional diseases such as rabies. I am not saying we should ignore rabies; I

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development of diabetes mellitus, heart disease, and even Alzheimer disease in COVID-19 patients have been raised. Endotheliitis and vasculitis underlie disease development following infection with either SARS-CoV-2 or FCoV. 1,5 From a one

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, veterinarians are advocates for disease prevention and health maintenance. Veterinarians need to think of breed identification in terms of any other information entered into the medical record. Even if all clinical signs were to point to a diagnosis of diabetes

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include an increased risk of prostatic cancer in males, increased risks of bone cancer and hip dysplasia in large-breed dogs neutered before maturity, and increased incidences of obesity, diabetes mellitus, urinary tract infections, urinary incontinence

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suffer unnecessarily when their owners put them on some over-the-counter weight-management diet rather than first seeking a veterinarian's advice. The same can be said for cats, many of whom have concurrent diabetes mellitus along with being overweight or

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