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.” GIVING REPTILES AND AMPHIBIANS THE BEST MEDICINE By R. Scott Nolen Ball pythons, bearded dragons, and Pacman frogs—though neither cute nor cuddly—are part of a menagerie of pet reptiles and amphibians, or herptiles, owned by millions of Americans. And

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describes diseases of reptiles and amphibians in the wild as part of collaborative efforts to help preserve species. The project to study box turtles is the largest and longest health study in this animal anywhere in the world, so far having collected

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externship in wildlife medicine in Australia, he practiced exotic animal medicine in the San Francisco Bay Area of California. Dr. Harkewicz later practiced at Berkeley Dog and Cat Hospital in Berkeley, California. He also served as a consultant in reptile

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Diseases. Three major groups of animals have repeatedly been associated with local, regional, and national outbreaks of zoonotic diseases in people in the United States: rodents, backyard poultry, and reptiles, according to the article, titled “A Review

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.org/microchip. The proposal is to rename the policy from “Microchips: The Objectives and Key Elements Needed for Effective Electronic Identification of Companion Dogs, Cats, Other Small Mammals, Birds, Fish, Reptiles, Amphibians and Equids” to “Microchip

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helped establish Project Noah's Ark to collect and preserve eggs, semen, embryos, and DNA from endangered mammals, birds, and reptiles. Distinguished Service Award : Dr. Victor Shille, Gainesville, Fla. A 1958 graduate of the University of California, Dr

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Department of Agriculture as a resource for reducing disease risks to commercial aquaculture. The databases incorporate all disciplines of veterinary medicine that involve any aquatic species, from crustacean and molluscan invertebrates to finfish, reptiles

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, marsupials, reptiles, fish, hoofstock, primates, and rhinoceros. Studies address such issues as population management, infectious diseases, disease transmission between species, and reproductive problems. Detailed information on studies funded by the

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. 3 in dairy practice. 4 in equine practice. 2 in exotic companion mammal practice. 4 in feline practice. 1 in food animal practice. 2 in reptile and amphibian practice. 2 in shelter medicine practice. 1 in swine health management

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, including pet dogs and cats, marine mammals, aquatic invertebrates, free-range reptiles and amphibians, and captive wildlife. The guidelines state: “When significant effort to save animals' lives has been exhausted, it is imperative that animals are

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