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Tips For Treating Injuries to a Dog's Genitals

By Dr Adrienne Mulligan | Updated October 02, 2017

Learn what to do when your dog has an injury to his genitals, in this free emergency pet health care video with tips from a veterinarian.

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Dr. Adrienne Mulligan started her lifelong dream to be a veterinarian at Oakridge High School in Oakridge, Tennessee. She graduated in 1977 and moved on to the University of Tennessee at Knoxville where she graduated in 1981. Her veterinary career was delayed slightly by marriage but she renewed her education and graduated from veterinary school at North Carolina State University in 1993. <P> Determined to practice out west she packed her bags and didn’t find out she had passed her California boards until she passed through Las Vegas. She started her career at a 24 hour clinic in Laguna Niugel, California and worked for Bandfield Hospitals for 4 years. In 2003 she met her husband Jerry Mulligan and moved to Camp Verde, Arizona, where she bought the Camp Verde Veterinary Clinic. She and Jerry live comfortably on 3 acres with 2 horses, 3 cats and 3 dogs. <P> Dr Adrienne Mulligan,DVM <br> Camp Verde Veterinary Clinic <br> 100 S Montezuma Castle Highway <br> Camp Verde, AZ <br> 928-567-9400

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