Social Media Calendar: February 2018

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This Week: February 12-18

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Don't miss these signs of neurologic disease in your cat. http://goo.gl/KOABLR

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This condition is a common cause of lameness in large breed dogs. https://goo.gl/6knUqE

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Dementia or just old age? Here's how to tell the difference in your cat. http://goo.gl/0j5X4x

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Questions about seizures? Find the answers here. https://goo.gl/p5cu3Q

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In dogs, falling can be a sign of something serious. http://goo.gl/QTp1ix

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Being bad has never been so adorable. http://goo.gl/aZkZEf

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So your pet is having a neuro examination? Here's what to expect. https://goo.gl/enxWik

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