Cute But Deadly

September 28th, 2022 · 50 mins 16 secs

About this Episode

Lauren and JJ welcome Licensed Veterinary Technician Elena Graves back to the podcast to discuss a case of epistaxis in a dog.

This episode includes an in-depth discussion of nasal aspergillosis.


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