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Lexus the Miniature Schnauzer Has a Mast Cell Tumor

Lexus the 10-year-old Miniature Schnauzer Cross has a large mast cell tumor on her right shoulder.

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Bud the 10-Year-Old Yellow Lab Has an Extracapsular ACL Repair

Bud is a big, muscular 10-year-old Yellow Labrador who is lame in his right hind leg.

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Hope for Canine, Human Diabetes?

Reversing Type 1 diabetes in dogs and humans without the use of daily insulin injections or pumps may become a reality.

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Floor Project Updates Our Boarding Facility Upgrade

The Columbus Small Animal Hospital's already exceptional boarding facility gets an update with a new floor.

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Malia’s Tracheal Tumor is Removed With the Use of a Scope

Malia is a Chow-Lab cross who is breathing with difficulty. Through endoscopy, it is discovered that she has a tumor in her trachea. Doctors at Columbus Small Animal Hospital use a scope with a [...]

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Iris the Pit Bull Has an Intestinal Linear Foreign Body

Iris has a linear foreign body in her intestine, and a complicated surgical procedure is required to remove it.

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Flat-Footed Stance in Cats: A Sign of Trouble

Rear-leg weakness is a sign that something is wrong and is a symptom of many common feline ailments.

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A Broken Heart: Risk of Heart Disease in Boutique or Grain-free Diets and Exotic Ingredients

Earlier this year, Peanut, a 4-year-old male Beagle/Lab mix was diagnosed with a life-threatening heart disease.  Peanut had been lethargic, not eating well, and occasionally coughing.  The [...]

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Gus the Aussie Cross Has a Radius and Ulna Fracture That Did Not Heal

It truly did not look good, but instead of amputating the leg, doctors at Columbus Small Animal Hospital opted to give Gus a chance with surgery.