BLUE Natural Veterinary Diet GI Gastrointestinal Support Cat Food

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One of the main reason cats purr is because they are enjoying delicious cat food that meets their cat nutrition needs. What cats eat makes all the difference! Keep your kitty looking good inside and out with BLUE Natural Veterinary Diet GI Support cat food! Their prescription diet cat food comes in both wet and dry healthy cat food formulas to appease those who enjoy some variety in their diet. Formulated by scientists and veterinarians, BLUE cat food for GI support is a hypoallergenic cat food that contains no corn, wheat or soy and offers a special protein and fiber blend to balance microflora and promote gut health. You won’t have to go fishing for supplements either, BLUE is packed with essential minerals and vitamins, plus fruits with antioxidants. BLUE Natural dog food also contains essential fats with great health benefits to keep your furry friend healthy inside and out. So, exactly what are essential fatty acids? Also known as omega fatty acids, they include omega-3 and 6 that work to keep cat skin moisturized and their coat looking shiny and new! Cats can’t make omega fatty acids themselves, so healthy dogs need to get it from the food they eat. Whatever your cat-tastic pal’s needs are, BLUE Natural Veterinary Diet GI Support cat food will take care of your cat’s digestive health with a taste to keep them satisfied!

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Women employees level harassment allegations against govt veterinary officer

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Gross irrigation in Construction of Veterinary building in Chapar.

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Gross irrigation in Construction of Veterinary building in Chapar.
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Key Brands of Veterinary CT Scanner Market

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Veterinary CT Scanner Market categories the Global market by Application (Neurology, Oncology, Orthopedic, Traumatology), Animal (Small Animals, Equine, Livestock), Type (Multi Slice CT Scanner, Portable CT Scanner), End User (Animal Hospital, Clinic) & Geography.

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Veterinary Insights from Across Canada

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This webinar was held January 15, 2019 from 5-6:30pm MST. Find more information about this topic and other BCRC webinars at

The Presenters were
Dr. Lisa Freeze, Provincial veterinarian with the New Brunswick Provincial Government

Dr. Mackenzie Littlejohn with Kirkton Veterinary Clinic in Kirkton, Ontario

Dr. Craig Dorin, managing partner with Veterinary Agri-Health Services in Calgary, Alberta.

Dr. Roy Lewis, technical services veterinarian with Merck Animal Health in Spruce Grove, Alberta.

Video Guide:
00:00 – 02:47 : Welcome comments and agenda
02:48 – 18:56 : Neonatal calf disease – Dr. Lisa Freeze
20:41 – 35:19 : Pink eye and digital dermatitis – Dr. Mac Littlejohn
35:38 – 48:53 : Care of the newborn calf – Dr. Craig Dorin
48:58 – 1:06:55 : Bull Breeding Soundness Evaluation – Dr. Roy Lewis
1:07:33 – 1:31:00 – : Question and Answer session
1:31:00 – 1:32:24 : How to stay connected with the BCRC and closing comments