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Mast cells are normally found in the body. They are chemically active cells that are found in parts of the body that are environmentally exposed. Mast cell tumors are abnormal proliferations of the cell type. Although the tumor cells retain the chemical “abilities,” they lack normal constraints and can divide, spread, and invade without normal restrictions.

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I just spent $200 on blood tests at my vet’s office trying to figure out what is wrong with my dog. How…

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Is My Dog in Pain?

Ask the Vet By Dr. Chery Burke, DVM, CCRP Dear Doctor, My 12-year-old Border Collie, Lizzie, is getting stubborn about going…

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Treating Skin Problems by Dr. Cheryl Burke Dear Doctor, My 3 year old Pit bull rescue has been itchy, miserable and stinky…