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.
In the spring, when COVID first hit, facemasks of any type were in dangerously short supply. And N95 masks were the rarest of all . . .
Tighten up, double up. That’s the latest word from the CDC on wearing masks to reduce the chances of transmitting or contracting COVID-19.
Scientists have long known—and the public is learning—that coronavirus outbreaks aren’t rare, and it’s likely that we can expect a new one to pop up and jump from animals to people every 10 years or so. One just did.
One veterinarian at an AAHA-accredited hospital was recently bitten by a five-month-old Labrador. She attributes it—at least in part—to the pandemic.
Because it’s possible they’re worried they’ll give it to their cat. That added stress is the last thing they need. Here's what to tell them.
For J. Scott Weese, DVM, DVSc, DACVIM, social distancing equals social responsibility. Inside the hospital and out.
Nearly everyone has faced COVID-related hardships in the past year. But there are several challenges unique to veterinary professionals.
If you’re noticing more angry clients feeling put out by the change in your pet-care protocols, you’re not alone. Here's what to do about it.
As states continue to relax social distancing requirements across the country, many clients are anxious to get back in the exam room with their pets during appointments. How will you decide when it's time?