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Treating odd creatures at all hours

Lodi veterinarian Richard Turner has opened a new emergency clinic that refuses to turn away even the strangest of animals. Snakes, birds, dogs, cats — even goats and the occasional ferret — can all find care during a normal clinic’s off hours

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Posted: Thursday, July 3, 2014 12:00 pm

With a blue fabric cone strapped around her neck, 11-week-old Zoie was having a bad day. The German shepherd puppy was all alone in a big metal cage, without food, water or her favorite person in the world. Her big brown eyes were sad as she let out a small whine.

But the veterinarian treating the dog for parvovirus had a different outlook.

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