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1. REPTILES Vet Columnist Douglas Mader Honored
REPTILES vet columnist Dr. Douglas Mader honored by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service for conservation efforts.
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2. News Flash: I’m A Reptile/Amphibian Specialist!
REPTILES' own Douglas R. Mader, M.S., DVM is one of only 12 recognized ABVP reptile/amphibian specialists in the world.
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3. Dr. Douglas Mader Bids Farewell: Thank You REPTILES Readers
After 23 years answering over 350 questions in over 250 columns and writing numerous columns, Dr. Douglas Mader bids farewell.
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4. Bearded Dragon Aneurysms
In beardies, aneurysms can occur in many different locations.
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5. Snake Health 101 article 100 %
6. Douglas Mader - Contributing Author article 100 %
7. How To Recognize And Prevent Medical Ailments In Amphibians article 100 %
8. The Vet Report: Working On Hot Herps article 100 %
9. Fibropapilloma: A Devastating Sea Turtle Disease article 100 %
10. The Vet Report: A List of Common Internal Parasites in Reptiles article 100 %
11. The Vet Report: Sulcata Tortoise Spine Abnormality article 100 %
12. The Vet Report: Inclusion Body Disease article 100 %
13. The Vet Report: Fluid Therapy In Reptiles article 100 %
14. Metabolic Bone Disease In Reptiles
MBD is not actually a single disease entity, it is a collection of medical disorders affecting the integrity and function of bones.
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15. The Vet Report: Reptile Vomiting and Regurgitation
The two most common causes of vomiting or regurgitation in snakes are low-environmental temperature and handling the animal too soon after eating.
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16. The Vet Report: Don’t Diagnose Your Herps Via The Internet. Find A Good Reptile Vet
Long-distance medicine is a reality, but it requires trained individuals on both ends of the cyber connection to collect all the data and formulate a diagnosis and plan.
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17. The Vet Report: Puka, The Sea Turtle With A Hole
When Puka came to the Turtle Hospital, the director at first wanted to euthanize her. My first thought was that I had to agree. A hole in a sea turtle —not good.
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18. The Vet Report: Salmonella In Reptiles
In the 1970s, red-eared sliders were so popular in the pet trade that they were actually raised in human sewage ponds —hence the source of the Salmonella
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19. Reptile Medicine Behind Bars At The Monroe County Sheriff’s Animal Farm
The Monroe County Jail in Florida is home to a variety of animals, cared for by inmates.
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20. Mites in Reptiles
Mites can be both a nuisance and a costly problem in any reptile collection.
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