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Canine health help
Rating: 3 / 5 (28 votes)  
Posted: 2012 Oct 12 - 00:09

Photos by Randy Barber/staff photographer

Veterinarians Dr. Thomas MacPhail and Dr. Deborah Ulbrich of the DeLand Animal Hospital donated 21 aid kits for all the Volusia County Sheriff's Office K-9 handlers in case of an on-duty injury to their canines at the K-9's training site near Deland, Oct.2. K-9's face many dangerous challenges when dealing with criminals in a variety of situations. The kits contain everything from wound dressings, bandage wraps, cotton balls, hydrogen peroxide, and more.




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