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Welcome to Episode 98!

Listen in as we broadcast from sunny but chilly Lawrenceville, GA! 

Our word of the week is subcutaneous, or SQ, which means applied under the skin. We'll talk about other abbreviations such as IM, IP, and more. We'll also talk about how we in our practice use each type as well. 

The abbreviation IU will also bring us into our Case of the Week. We talk about how we were concerned about hormonal issues and obstruction after a pet possibly ingested a hormonal IUD. Thankfully the pet is 100% okay! 

In our Healthy Pet, Happy Life segment, well talk about how hiring is a crucial part of providing the best possible care to our patients and how we train our new staff. 

In the News, we will talk about the snowstorms in Texas and how people are not taking care of their pets as well. This leads us to talk about how different pets can handle the cold and just because a pet outside does not mean it is being mistreated as long as there are proper facilities available to them. We will also talk about how a group has saved a group of turtles off the coast of Texas. And lastly, we will talk about the dog who was saved off the coast of Lake Michigan after it ran into the water off the coast of Chicago. 

Do you have a medical condition you'd like Dr. Miller and Angel to talk about? Let us know! Email us at [email protected] or message us on Instagram or Facebook!

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