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Fluralaner has been used successfully to treat canine generalized demodicosis, but long-term follow-up has not been reported. Find out what happened to these dogs one year after treatment.

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When evaluating a dog with a low tT4, be sure to take clinical signs and other laboratory findings into account.

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Feline OA is usually a primary disease process, rather than secondary to disease, and routine screening is recommended.

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