What do you do when COVID-19 divides your tightly knit team? The team at AAHA-accredited North Royalton Animal Hospital is taking monstrous measures to defend against the coronavirus while ensuring continuity for staff, clients, patients, and the practice itself.
Got spare PPE? Ready to give it away? That’s what Andrea Moore, DVM, co-owner and medical director of AAHA-accredited Pinnacle Animal Hospital in San Jose, California, wanted to do.
That seems to be the general consensus when it comes to companion animals and COVID-19. Reports that a dog in Hong Kong repeatedly tested “weak positive” for the COVID-19 virus fueled worldwide concern that pets could indeed get the new superbug. While that concern appears to be groundless (at least so far), it does raise a question.
Transforming current anxieties and fear into strategic growth, progress, and achievement is the objective for this manual from Dan Sullivan. The 10 strategies he shares can support your creative thinking, communications, and actions as you navigate the months ahead.
As many as half of human healthcare workers don’t remove personal protective equipment (PPE) correctly, according to a 2015 study from the University of Wisconsin.
This week: More dogs are being trained to sniff out COVID-19, new veterinary schools are determined to open despite the pandemic, and driving with a dog in the car could reduce road rage.
This week: Treating COVID-19 in people with a drug developed for cats, seizure-prone dogs may have tells, and London cat’s evening stroll ends with armed police and helicopter.
Minks at fur farms in Utah have tested positive for SARS-CoV-2, marking the first time the virus has been found in minks in the US.
Canada has 200 AAHA-accredited hospitals. Canada also has Covid-19: 27,540 confirmed cases as of April 15, and just under 1,000 deaths. How are your colleagues north of the border dealing with the pandemic?