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A few weeks ago, my dog died of kidney failure. While I had known it was coming, the onset of the disease a month prior was sudden. She went from being my happy, active 13-year-old pup to kidney failure in almost no time. It was devastating, in part because if we had known her kidneys were failing sooner, we might have taken steps that would have prolonged her life. This is one of the worst-case scenarios that Whist... Source: gigaom.com

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