Maybe a lot. A new study out of Australia found that up to 40% of dog owners report their dogs are scared while being examined by a veterinarian.
The battle is on for control of the pet medications market—which recorded $9 billion in sales last year—but for the moment, it’s pretty one-sided in favor of veterinarians.
Everybody loves treats, including pets. That’s partly why the market for pet treats in the US is expected to reach $6.7 billion dollars by the end of 2019, up from $6.5 billion in 2018, according to a new report.
Given the popularity of tramadol among opioid addicts and how often pet owners doctor shop for veterinarians willing to prescribe it, sending home oral opioids such as tramadol may not be the best option for managing canine pain at home. Especially if it doesn’t even work all that well.
Keep it kind! That’s one way of summing up the findings of a new study by Portuguese researchers on the long-term negative effects of aversive training.
A new study from Brakke consulting indicates that veterinarians are missing out on a big piece of the online sales pie.
Pet owners are spending more than ever before on their pets, and time-saving, specialty pet care services account for a significant portion of that spending.
This week: FDA announces dog food recall, the secrets of FeLV revealed, and singing dogs in the wild are very much alive.
Antimicrobial-resistant microorganisms are one of the most serious global problems facing both human and animal healthcare. Antimicrobial stewardship is an important part of the solution
This week: Applications to veterinary school are way up, American Humane’s 2020 veterinary heroes, and where do pets go when they pass?