Researchers have a found a way to breed Toxoplasma gondii in mice, and that’s going to save the lives of a lot of cats. Toxoplasma gondii (or Toxo for short) is a very sneaky single-celled organism that can infect and survive in a variety of animals, including humans, but only reproduces in cats.
A rare genetic mutation could result in some canine patients being exposed to dangerously high levels of certain anesthetic agents.
When researchers at the University of Pennsylvania Matthew J. Ryan Veterinary Hospital (Penn Vet) shipped off a set of animal isolates to the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for testing at the end of 2018, it was business as usual. The results they got back were anything but.
Because what he costs is one thing. What he’s worth is quite another. And according to a new paper, he’s worth around $10,000.
Kössi and Lucky knew the people had COVID-19 before the people did. More remarkably, they knew before the people even began to show symptoms.
SARS-CoV-2 is transmitted person-to-person through respiratory droplets when an infected person coughs or sneezes. But what other bodily fluids might it lurk in?
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.
This week: FDA announces dog food recall, the secrets of FeLV revealed, and singing dogs in the wild are very much alive.
Cases of canine housemate aggression spiked when pet owners tried to integrate their new pandemic adoptees into a household where another dog already ruled the roost. Here's how to help clients solve the issue.
This week: An inspirational league of veterinary superheroes, a cloned horse could save a species, and the ratio of labra to doodle in labradoodles.