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Deer Run Animal Hospital is located in the Deer Run Plaza near the intersection of Hwy 30 (Lincoln Hwy) & Austin Ave in Schererville, IN. 
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West Nile Virus

*A recent article (Austgen et al. Experimental Infection of Cats and Dogs with West Nile Virus, EID, Vol. 10, no.1 Jan 2004) in the journal Emerging Infectious ...

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Signs of Chocolate Toxicity

MostĀ pet owners know that chocolate is bad forĀ dogs and can cause significant problems for a dog; cats are usually too finicky to eat it. But what signs of choc ...

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Profusion of pet food choices cooks up confusion

Photo courtesy of Dr. Kamran Khan A veterinary practice owner in Wisconsin, Dr. Kamran Khan worked as a certified veterinary technician for four years before ...

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Company pursues first lymphoma drug for dogs

Photomicrograph courtesy of Dr. Jan Bellows Cancerous lymphoblasts, resembling grapes, appear amid normal red blood cells in a 6-year-old beagle.

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