1. Establish a relationship with your veterinarian. When your pet is ill, you want to be able to call your veterinarian and schedule an examination appointment as soon as possible. During this Chicago Canine Influenza crisis, no current Animal Medical Center of Chicago client was ever told that we would not see his/her coughing pet the same day.et sick from spending time …
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Ten Lessons I Hope Every Pet Owner Learned from the Chicago Canine Influenza Outbreak
Channing Seideman of Mount Lookout has epilepsy. But in living an independent life, she also has a defender: a 7-year-old goldendoodle named Georgie.
“She’ll never leave my side. She can go as far as she wants, but she always keeps me in sight,” said Seideman, 21. “I need that comfort. My parents need that comfort. And after I have a seizure, I get to wake up to that fuzzy nose.”
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