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April 28, 2020

Free retrovirus toolkit now available

Do you have the bandwidth for another feline virus? How about two Because while SARS-CoV-2 is the new kid on the block, FeLV and  FIV haven’t gone anywhere.

April 30, 2018

Reassure your clients: Ignore the anti-vaxxers, vaccinations won’t give their pets autism

Dogs cannot get autism. The British Veterinary Association (BVM) took the unusual step of making that definitive announcement last week to counter the impact of the antivaccine movement led by “anti-vaxxers.” Although their views are widely refuted by the medical communities in both Great Britain and the United States, anti-vaxxers maintain that immunization can have harmful side effects that may cause autism in children.The BVM isn’t so much worried about homegrown antivaccination fears as they are imported ones.

April 01, 2019

New strain of distemper virus breaches North American borders

You try to do the right thing. In this case, the right thing was an animal-rescue group saving dogs from a Korean meat market and shipping them to North America last October so they could be adopted out to forever homes. Only one of the dogs turned out to be something of a forever home himself: He was likely acting as host to the Asia-1 strain of canine distemper virus (CDV), which had not previously been reported in North America.

October 01, 2013

Canadian TV program on veterinary bills offers opportunity for improved client communications

An upcoming episode of Marketplace titled "Barking Mad" on CBC Television is posing a question to pet owners across Canada: "Are you paying too much at the vet?" Although the program might suggest that some veterinary clients are paying too much, it is actually an opportunity for veterinary hospitals to better communicate the value of their services, says Jost am Rhyn, executive director of the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association.

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