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Hospitalization and nursing care

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Hospitalization and nursing care

From time to time your dog may be admitted to your veterinary practice for nursing care needs. This is usually when the care is intensive, specialized or if your dog is very poorly and needs 24-hour care. 

Why does my dog have to stay at the vets?

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