Where pets are like people

Burns, Susan
July 2000
Sarasota Magazine;Summer2000, Vol. 22 Issue 10, p48
Features the specialized veterinary clinics of Sarasota, Florida. Advanced medical treatments; Endoscopic procedure for an intermittent vomiter dog; Ear surgery for the spaniel with chronic ear infection; Eye treatment for cats and dogs with glaucoma and cataract; Animal medicine becoming compartmentalized as human medicine.


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