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Dog Owner's Home Veterinary Handbook
by James M. Giffin, Liisa D. Carlson
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The Veterinarians' Guide to Your Dog's Symptoms
by Michael S. DVM GARVEY
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UC Davis Book of Dogs :
The Complete Medical Reference Guide for Dogs and Puppies
by Mordecai Siegal
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Eye Care and Disease
Diarrhea and Vomiting
Although gas production is a natural part of the digestive process, some pets produce more than others and are not always fun to be around. Here are a few ways to reduce flatulence in dogs:
Intestinal Gas:
Controlling the Problem
Race Foster, DVM
Drs. Foster & Smith, Inc.

Raised pet feeder 7" tall
in beautiful natural finished wood.
Promotes healthy digestion
Includes two hygienic and dishwasher safe Stainless Steel bowls.
Ideal for Medium size breeds.
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