Veterinary Referral Center of North Texas

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Biomedical Academy students learn first-hand, Carrollton Leader, 12/22/04
Some R. L. Turner High School students are taking what they learn in the books to the hospital. Jennifer Cook and Becca Wyatt are part of Turner's Academy of Biomedical Professions and have spent the last six weeks studying at the Veterinary Referral Clinic of North Texas in North Dallas ...

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Clinic Treats Hard-Luck Pets, Bent Tree People, 12/17/04
Becca Wyatt and Jennifer Cook look younger than they are. The 16-year-old R.L. Turner juniors are dressed in scrubs, eager to start their rounds at the Veterinary Referral Center in Bent Tree ...

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Future vets get a leg up, The Dallas Morning News–Northwest section, 12/17/04
It might be gross anatomy for some, but to Jennifer Cook and Becca Wyatt, watching dogs and cats undergo surgery is what they've been wanting to do since they were kids ...

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Veterinary Referral Center of North Texas, I Love Cats, November/December 2004
Pet owners living in Texas as well as surrounding states are lucky ducks. If their pet needs specialized veterinary care that cannot be performed by their general practice veterinarian, there is a stat-of-the-art facility in Dallas where almost ...

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Only the Best, United Press Syndicate for Cox News Service–Pet Connection column by Gina Spadafori, 09/13/04
The other day, I noticed one of my dogs had developed that most common of summer aliments, a gooey skin infection commonly known as a hot spot. I shaved the area to get a good look at it, then cleaned and flushed the mess. I knew it was infected enough to ...

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Disabled Felines Share Inspiration and Their Appreciation–CatFancy magazine–August 2004 issue
Stevie has been blind since birth, but you'd never know it to watch her. The 17-year-old domestic shorthair does almost everything a sighted cat can do, including frolicking outdoors, stalking insects and racing around the house.

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Health Care Success Story –Dr. Reid Garfield, The Dallas Morning News Job Center, 07/4/04
Dr. Reid Garfield owns the Animal Dermatology Referral Clinic in Dallas.

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Dogs, heat make an unhealthy mix – "Tales from the Pet Side," The Dallas Morning News, 06/5/04
This is a difficult subject because it involves a tragic situation. But, we'll discuss it because it may save some dogs.

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Health Care Success Story – Dr. Robert Radasch, The Dallas Morning News Job Center, 05/23/04
Dr. Robert M. Radasch wants employees who are self-directed but also compassionate.

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Health Care Success Story –Dr. Robert Munger, The Dallas Morning News Job Center, 2/29/04
Dr. Robert Munger of the Animal Ophthalmology Clinic in Dallas says there aren't enough veterinary ophthalmologists, and the situation is worsening.

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A View from the Top: Vet radiology a small but growing field, The Dallas Morning News Job Center, 2/01/04
Veterinary graduates who wish to combine their love of pets, medicine and technology are increasingly specializing in veterinary radiology, a field that is growing as the medical treatment of animals advances.

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A Different Kind of Pet Clinic, Dallas Morning News Collin County Edition, 1/30/04
Cataracts? Chemo? Veterinary center handles it all. Trooper lay on a towel that Peggy and Terry Thomas used to carry him into the office, waiting for a neurologist to explain why he had fallen paralyzed two days before.

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Health Care Success Story – Dr. Douglas C. Bronstad, Dallas Morning News Job Center, 1/25/04
Dr. Douglas C. Bronstad began practicing veterinary medicine in 1982.

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Surgery goes to the dogs, Fort Worth Star Telegram, 7/30/03
At a north Dallas clinic, canines -- and cats -- are treated by ophthalmologists, dermatologists, oncologists and other surprising specialists

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