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PUPs

abbreviation for previously untreated patients, usually infants participating in clinical trials.
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Where possible we prefer to leave seal pups where they are found and monitor them but if they are injured or underweight they need treatment.
AN injured seal pup which may have been bitten by a dog was rescued by the RSPCA.
When she explained to me what her goal was--rearing these pups to protect chickens--I cautioned her, as fowl are typically the most difficult to train LGDs on.
But their protective mothers can get aggressive when the pups are painted so rangers have to take care.
To encourage pup to punch out farther for retrieves, start in a large field with short grass that will allow retrieves of a decent distance.
The breeding season for seals on the Farnes can start as early as midSeptember, with the majority of pups being born in October and November.
Our Pups are the perfect summer treat," said Alice Crowder, Vice President of Marketing at The Krystal Company.
The National Trust says gray seal pups have been washed from a beach at Horsey in the county of Norfolk.
One of the excuses you can't see mum is that she isn't getting on with the pups so has been taken to a relative's house.
The group has secured foster homes for the three-month old pups.
Polar Pups is a small business offering all natural frozen treats for dogs located in the Chicago area.
They found that in both the moms and pups, flaxseed oil induced a change in this chemical modification in the Fads2 gene.