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Your daily dose of clinical tips and quips: Pet relinquishment.

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“Some veterinarians think that the animals entering shelters are not their patients. But in a national study of people relinquishing dogs and cats to animal shelters in four regions of the country, 70% of those relinquishing a dog and 50% of those relinquishing a cat reported having taken their pets to a veterinarian in the year preceding the surrender.”

-Janet M. Scarlett, DVM, PhD

From Leading Off: Are you doing all you can to reduce euthanasia of healthy, adoptable pets?

 

 

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