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Sniffing Out Coronavirus: Working Dogs Can Detect COVID-19

When it comes to dogs, the nose knows. That’s why, early on in the pandemic when COVID-19 tests were scarce and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) was still tinkering with mask guidance amid a critical shortage of personal protective equipment, small groups of researchers around the world started searching for canine alternatives to traditional COVID-19 screening.

BONUS: Videos

Injections involving the eyes can be tricky. The videos below demonstrate safe techniques for: 1) Performing a retrobulbar nerve block injection using a modified needle 2) Injecting the Nocita block after they eye has been surgically removed  Both videos are courtesy of Mike Petty, DVM. 

Pet Insurance: Cases and Clarity

Pet insurance has been around for decades, but is still widely misunderstood. So much so that even with a more than 20% growth rate over the past five years, only 2% of Americans have this benefit for their family pet. This article explores a few cases and seeks to offer some clarity on the subject as well.  

September 06, 2021

How Accreditation Will Change End-of-Life Veterinary Care

The first veterinary practice to seek and receive AAHA end-of-life care accreditation is Colorado-based Caring Pathways, which specializes in mobile euthanasia services and hospice consulting in the Denver area. 

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