Features March 2015 Issue

Get Your Dog's Bloodwork

Blood tests can tell your vet a lot about what’s wrong with your dog, but they are also useful for reassuring you that everything is all right!

Get Your Dog's Bloodwork

All veterinarians agree bloodwork is important, though opinions differ on when your dog would most benefit from these tests.

When it comes to that most primitive part of us, there’s nothing as basic as blood. In virtually every culture across the planet, blood represents the stream of life itself. Because its looping path always leads it back to the heart – that great repository of emotion – blood has come to represent all that truly matters to the human spirit: passion, heritage, mortality, atonement, commitment, sacrifice, even our connection to the divine.

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