“When the ambulance came, I started to freak out a little,” said Heather Loenser, DVM. Loenser, AAHA’s senior veterinary officer, was volunteering at a free street clinic for people and pets experiencing homelessness alongside a number of other Connexity by AAHA attendees in Indianapolis, Indiana, last month when she heard the siren.
“We’re seeing it show up in all sorts of products,” said Ahna Brutlag of the Pet Poison Helpline. “Products that aren’t even edible.”
This week: A new air travel option for pets, CBD research gets gifted at Colorado State, and travelling the world with a ferret.
“Every veterinarian can tell you a story about how, if you stop short in your car, an unrestrained dog will go flying forward,” says Michelle Mayers, VMD. For Mayers, it's the story of Annie.
This week: Great apes vaccinated against COVID, the world’s oldest pet cemetery, and a new blindness gene is uncovered in a canine study.
Unruly behaviors cause significant distress between clients and their pets, and can significantly increase the risk of relinquishment. But common unruly behaviors can be addressed by interventions and are often easily treated in compliant households.
A veterinarian who said an ex-client’s negative online reviews cost him his practice was awarded damages of nearly $30,000 after a six-year court battle. Was it worth the wait?
A new study by researchers at Tufts University sheds light on the connection between canine dilated cardiomyopathy and diet. And peas are still a possible culprit.
New research indicates that commercially available dog food made with human-grade ingredients results in less fecal output than kibble-based dog food.
Each month in NEWStat , we highlight an article from the upcoming issue of Trends magazine. As pet parasite problems pop up all over, experts suggest that everyone needs to up their game on what’s happening. But what is happening? Is global warming the cause? Global temperatures in 2018 were “only” 1.5 degrees Fahrenheit warmer than the 1951 to 1980 mean.