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Amid veterinarian shortage, pet docs seeing flurry of furry patients

OGDEN — When Oreo the cat goes to the vet, he prefers to sit on the windowsill and watch the traffic go by on Wall Avenue. That’s OK with Dr. Eleanor Jenson, who likes to accommodate her patients, examining them where they’re most comfortable. During another recent appointment, the Brookside Animal Hospital veterinarian sat on the floor eye-to-eye with a black Labrador mix, feeding him cheese for being such a cooperative patient. Such interactions with pets, meeting them where they’re most at ease, are one way Jenson tries to inject calm into the busy and often stressful ...

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Letter: First they want to change the Utah flag, then what?

This is for all of our State Senators, Secretary, the Judiciary Court, Court of Appeals; including all 3 trial courts. Our Supreme Court, Distric Court & all 3 federal courts. I don't care if it's 1 step or 5 steps from being approved why change it just because there's some crybabies that ...

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