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Kelly Pebworth, VT

Kelly Pebworth, VT
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Kelly works as a veterinary technician in Austin, TX as well as regular animal rescue volunteer. She's been an animal lover and dog owner since childhood, and has worked in different dog related fields over the last twenty years. Currently she lives with three dogs and a cat.

Sebaceous Adenoma in Dogs: Diagnosis, Causes, Treatment

When you come across a lump, bump or strange growth on your dog, it can be a scary experience. The first thought that comes...

My Dog Has a Bump on Her Private Area (14 Possible...

Once bumps or lumps appear on the dog's private area, the first question pet owners have is what it could be and what to...

10 Signs of Diabetes in Dogs

Diabetes in dogs is similar to what humans experience. With Type I Diabetes, your dog’s body isn’t producing insulin, the hormone responsible for converting...

Spleen Tumor in Dogs: Signs, Causes, Treatment

Hemangiosarcoma (HSA) of the dog's spleen is highly metastatic cancer which affects pets of any age. Even though it is most commonly seen in...

Vitamin Deficiencies in Dogs: Causes and Treatments

Sometimes, an underlying health condition in the dog is the result of nutrient absorption in the body having been interfered with, and other times,...

My Dog Sounds Like He Has a Hairball: Why and What...

It is widely known that cats get hairballs, but what about dogs? If your dog sounds like he has a hairball, you might feel...

What to Feed a Dog With an Upset Stomach

Stomach upset in dogs is common, and most pet owners will have to deal with this at some point. Dietary changes will be key...

Entropion in Dogs: Causes, Symptoms and Treatments

Entropion in dogs usually affects both eyes, and if left untreated can lead to serious complications for your pet. If you have noticed you...

15 Reasons for Blood in Dog’s Stool

If you noticed blood in dog's stool, there could be a number of causes. Generally, there are two types of blood present in a...

Dog Leaking Urine: Causes and Treatments

It is not unusual that older, primarily female dogs, suffer from urinary incontinence (dog leaking urine) when they have no control over the bladder...

How Long Can a Diabetic Dog Go Without Insulin?

Diabetes in dogs is one of those chronic diseases that can be managed with certain precautions and drugs, particularly insulin. Insulin goes a long...

Dog Pregnancy Stages and What to Expect When Expecting

Your dog's pregnancy can be an exciting time for both of you, but it can also be a stressful time. Knowing all the dog...

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