The television series Animal Practice was apparently as popular with critics as it was with real veterinarians. That’s not a good thing for the show.
Veterinarians: The spotlight is on you in an upcoming fall TV show on NBC called "Animal Practice."
Harbor, a black and tan coonhound from Boulder, Colo., has the distinction of having the "Longest Ears on a Living Dog."
A mutt, famous in his day more than 100 years ago, is commemorated this week in the form of a new stamp and an updated museum exhibit.
Pennsylvania state officials killed a rabid beaver in a Phildelphia park last week.
Every couple of months, the staff at AAHA-accredited Veterinary Center of Parker (VCP) in Parker, Colorado, sterilizes a couple of dozen used single-use, disposable endotracheal (ET) tubes and hands them over to Project V.E.T.S. To be used again.Yes, It’s an AAHA best practice that single-use, disposable endotracheal tubes be thrown away, not recycled, but that standard doesn’t apply to Project V.E.T.S.
Man’s best friend comes in third on the list of America’s deadliest animals. He’s right behind venomous insects, which are number two. So who takes the top spot on the list of America’s deadliest animals? It’s not mountain lions, rattlesnakes, or grizzly bears. It’s farm animals.
Meet Benedict “Benny” Cumbercat, the new spokescat for Ceva Animal Health’s Catego for Cats flea and tick control. Together, they have some powerful fundraising mojo. With a little assist from Benny, Ceva helped raise more than $10,000 for the Chris Griffey Memorial Feline Foundation at AAHA-accredited Nova Cat Clinic in Arlington, Virginia.
Or, more to the point, she’s ready to stop rolling. Because 7 a.m. is when Dr. Kelly’s Mobile Surgical Unit opens for business. And first she needs to find a place to park the clinic.
For pet lovers and practice staff, shopping the day after Thanksgiving will invariably include pet-related gifts. And for friends and family who, by choice or circumstance, don’t have a pet, there are some furry alternatives. The toy company Hasbro’s Joy for All brand launched a new, life-like robotic dog on Oct. 3, reported Business Wire. And Paro, an interactive therapeutic robotic seal developed by Japan’s National institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, is being used across the United States in hospitals and senior living facilities, reported CNN Wire on Oct. 4.