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Join our dog health chat Tuesday, May 13, at noon ET, with guest veterinarian Dr. Jessica Vogelsang to teach yourself some new tricks to keep your best friend healthy. Be a part of the conversation on Twitter using #DogHealth. We hope to see you there!


Our Guest Expert: Jessica Vogelsang, DVM
Vogelsang is a veterinarian, author, and speaker in San Diego, Calif. She writes a regular column for pawcurious.com and contributes to multiple outlets about pet health and the human-animal bond. She provides hospice care for dogs and cats at her practice Paws into Grace. Vogelsang received her DVM from the University of California, Davis and is also a certified veterinary journalist.

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