Dr Gabriel Manu DVMDr Gabriel is a graduate from two Universities. He first graduated in 1991 from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine Timisoara Romania, where he worked for 5 years as assistant professor. In this time he was co-author for a pathology book and published several articles in various veterinary magazines. He also had an article published in the illustrious World Veterinary Toxicology Congress magazine.
He graduated for the second time in 2002 from the College of Veterinary Medicine Stillwater Oklahoma USA.
He is also registered with Chi Institute of Chinese Veterinary Medicine from Reddick, Florida.
Presently he is enjoying healing pets as a veterinarian in Sarasota, FL USA.
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Does My Dog Need A Social Life? The question sounds rather absurd. After all, we are discussing an animal, not a person. Yet, the truth is that dogs do require a certain amount of socialisation in order to be well-adjusted, … Continue reading
There are ever so many reasons why people wish to train their dogs. Some hope to win awards, while others realise that dog obedience is vital to maintaining a proper relationship with their dog. Dog training should begin as early … Continue reading
Similar to humans, dogs have an instinctive need to communicate. It is a basic way to convey emotions, express feelings, make requests or simply say something. While a dog’s language is unintelligible to most people, it is a language, nonetheless. … Continue reading