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Dear Dogster Member, March 8, 2011
Five Ways to Improve a Vet Visit for Your Dog
Five Ways to Improve a Vet Visit for Your Dog

Too often, dog owners find themselves coaxing their frazzled, wild-eyed pups into the vet's office. But bringing the dog to the clinic really shouldn't have to be a scary thing. Veterinarian and behavior specialist Colleen Koch recognizes this, and at her Illinois office, both staff and vet make it a goal for their canine visitors to leave in a better emotional state than when they came in. Today, Dr. Koch shares her top five tips for a better trip to the vet.

See Dr. Koch's vet visit tips »

Hollywood Dog Lovers

Hollywood Dog LoversMany movie stars have a soft spot for animals, and we love them for it. Check out columnist Julia Szabo's picks for the "Top 5 Dogsters of the Silver Screen" over here »

When It's Time for Tough Love

When It's Time for Tough LoveBad things can happen even to the healthiest pets. Dogster vet Dr. Barchas encourages dog owners to think about how they would handle a potential scary situation well in advance. Here's why »

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