Pets And Wildlife With Dr. Katy Nelson

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Pets And Wildlife With Dr. Katy Nelson

Fish's Head Takes the Lion’s Share: A lion-head fish in Washington, D.C. can’t eat because of an enlarged head that prevents it from seeing food. Dr. Brad Krohn, department chair of veterinary technology at Portland (Oregon) Community College offers a solution.

Rottweiler Relief: In Alexandria, Virginia, a 3-year-old dog’s companion seeks suggestions for treating valley fever fungus.

Music: “Purus River” by Uakti; “Fireflies” by Owl City

Fish's Head Takes the Lion’s Share: A lion-head fish in Washington, D.C. can’t eat because of an enlarged head that prevents it from seeing food. Dr. Brad Krohn, department chair of veterinary technology at Portland (Oregon) Community College offers a solution.

Rottweiler Relief: In Alexandria, Virginia, a 3-year-old dog’s companion seeks suggestions for treating valley fever fungus.

Music: “Purus River” by Uakti; “Fireflies” by Owl City

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I actually have this breed before and it was under my care for about 3 years until it died. - BentleyForbes

June 15, 2014 - 12:23am