Editorial September 2006 Issue

WDJ Resources for Canine Health Problems

This issue fixes issues.

I think if I was a dog with a health problem, I would want to live with Mary Straus. A gifted researcher and devoted dog owner, Straus has the ability to climb mountains of medical journals and emerge with the key points that can make a difference in the diagnosis, care, and treatment of a sick or compromised dog. I’m thrilled to have her writing for WDJ. Straus’ article on the next page, “Drips Dried,…

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