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Anatomy, Basic Science and Normal Values Lymphatic System Anatomy
The lymphatic system has three functions: maintaining fluid balance, immunity, and absorbing digestive fats. The main organs include lymph nodes, thymus, bone marrow, and spleen.
Anatomy, Basic Science and Normal Values Oral & Dental Anatomy
Learn more about the anatomy of the mouth of carnivores, including the tongue, gums, bones, salivary glands, and teeth. The parts of a tooth and dental formulas of cats, dogs, and ferrets are also described.
Feeding and Nutrition Measuring Pet Food
It's important to be careful how much you feed your pets, so take the time to check how much your pet food cup really holds.
Parasites Mosquito Control
Mosquito population control in backyard ponds and waterfalls is crucial to reduce the possibility of your pet's exposure to the diseases they may carry.
First Aid, Emergencies and Poisons Burns: First Aid for Pets
Burns are serious injuries in pets that require immediate first aid and, in most cases, veterinary care.

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