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Welcome to 2018. We hope you had a safe and relaxing holiday period and wish all our listeners the best for the coming year.
2018 is off to a flying start, though perhaps not for birds in Brighton, England, where residents have installed spikes in trees. In other news, sea stars (starfish) make a comeback, a new species of spider is named after a famous musician, and brain surgery is performed in a fur seal.
Mark chats about trazadone use in dogs for anxiety based behaviour disorders in a product review.
In our main topic this episode we get to the bottom of anal gland disease in dogs. Mark and Brendan discuss their preferred treatment regimes for this common condition in pet canines.
Bird spikes in trees ruffle feathers in England
Sea stars make a comeback in California
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Outro music courtesy of Canadian Lee Rosevere from happypuppyrecords.ca