jenna stregowski
jenna stregowski

Jenna Stregowski, RVT

Jenna is a registered veterinary technician with a range of veterinary experience that includes small animal internal medicine, oncology, neurology, emergency, alternative medicine, and practice management. As the Pet Health and Behavior Editor for Daily Paws, Jenna is living the dream as she combines her veterinary knowledge and passion for animals with her love of writing and education. Before Daily Paws, Jenna was a pet expert and contributor for The Spruce Pets. When she's not working, Jenna enjoys exploring Cincinnati with her pitty-mutt Rhyme, visiting dog-friendly breweries, and cuddling with her super kitty: RBG, AKA Ruthie.
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For vomiting and motion sickness, Cerenia can calm a troubled tummy.
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Early detection and treatment are the best ways to combat this aggressive form of cancer.
Blood in dog pee can mean different things, but it usually calls for a visit to the veterinarian.
This common supplement can do more than just help dogs sleep.
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