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Our First Doggy Rescue

We pulled our first dog and cat from Waukegan Animal Control on Friday, March 20th. The dog we pulled is a one year old Pit bull who was surrendered when her family had to move and unfortunately could not take her with. 563 more words


Vaccinating Your Horses - What, When, and Why?

For an equine vet, springtime is extremely busy – foaling, breeding, vaccination, Coggins, etc.  Our clinic typically vaccinates over 100 horses per week from March until May.   1,099 more words


Helpful Tips for Keeping Your Exotic Pet Safe During Cold Weather

Storms and cold temperatures are never fun to deal with, but if you live any place where the seasons change, you will undoubtedly have to face inclement weather at some point this winter. 1,078 more words

Pekin Il

C-reactive protein

Measurement of low concentrations of C-reactive protein (CRP) in dogs has previously been performed with non-automated assays. The aim of a study conducted at the Department of Clinical Sciences at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences in Uppsala Sweden was to validate an automated high sensitivity CRP (hsCRP) assay.  212 more words

Scott Reed DVM

Coffee with a Dollop of Yogurt

“Good morning, honey.”

I glance up from my journal and exchange a greeting with my dad. He silently settles into the wicker chair to my left as we listen to the salty waves tumble over the sand. 627 more words