Video: Big city cats, universal veterinary care

Video: Big city cats, universal veterinary care

Many things are different in an urban practice—care of pets is not one of them.
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Nov 19, 2010
By dvm360.com staff

Although the roots of veterinary medicine are embedded in country soil, the profession has followed pets into the urban core. And while cost of labor and real estate—and the nature of the clientele—may differ significantly in a city setting, Dr. Peter Soboroff says the medicine and clinic goals are the same.



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