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PET U EXPLORES PET-SAFE PLANTS AND TREATMENT FOR TOXIC PLANT EXPOSURE

Ever wonder if the plants in and outside of your home could be dangerous to your pet’s health? Join us for Pet U on April 9 and hear Dr. Tina Wismer, medical director at the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center, explain which indoor and outdoor plants are toxic, why they are, and what to do if your pet eats or becomes exposed to a toxic plant. Register by March 28 and save $5 off the $13 registration fee.

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RECENT PET COLUMNS

* Watch Dr. Amber Labelle discuss keratoconjunctivitis sicca, better known as "dry eye," on WCIA's Pet on the Set segment.

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FEATURED VIDEOS

Horse owners, have you ever wondered what a lameness exam really entails? Watch equine veterinarian Dr. Santiago Gutierrez demonstrate the exam's components.

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Interested in scheduling an on-farm appointment? Call 217.333-7232.

RELIVE THE WILDNESS WITH PIX FROM THE 2012 ANNUAL DOODLE FOR WILDLIFE

owlPurple potions, painted faces, and reptilian meet-n-greets. Yes, the 2012 Doodle for Wildlife certainly was a wild time. Thanks to everyone who came out to support the Wildlife Medical Clinic. Nearly $50,000 was raised to continue the Clinic's ongoing work.

Relive the fun on Flickr. Become a fan of the Wildlife Medical Clinic on Facebook and get the latest updates from the Clinic.

Did you know you can sponsor a day at the WMC? Find out more, including how to sponsor a day in honor of a birthday, anniversary, or other special date or milestone.

 

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