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    Handling an Injured Pet
    segunda-feira, 15 de março de 2010 12:00
    If your pet is injured, it's probably in a lot of pain, and scared and confused too. And that means it could unintentionally scratch or bite. In this podcast, Dr. Kevin Fitzgerald from Alameda East Veterinary Hospital in Denver, Colo., and a featured veterinarian in Animal Planet's television series E-Vet Interns, offers tips on how to care for an injured pet, without causing further injury

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