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Iowa State University Veterinarian

Authors

G. M. Miller

Document Type

Article

Abstract

On June 23, 1958, a 3-year old male Scottish Sheep Dog was presented for examination. This dog had been treated three times the previous year for a nonspecific dermatitis and one month before successfully for an otitis externa. The owner reported that the dog was listless, had a poor appetite and made frequent attempts of vomition. The dog's temperature was 103.2.

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