Anne Fawcett, BVSc, MVS, MANZCVS, DECAWBM, shares how brachycephalic conformation is associated with multiple health problems, some of which can be life threatening and most of which are lifelong.
Feeding cats more often might actually make them hungrier. Here's why.
This week: The Tasmanian devils’ triumphant return, blinking slowly can help you communicate with cats, and dogs may like each other’s faces more than they like yours.
Despite common wisdom, a new study out of Cornell suggests that the presence of lubricin might actually be a predictor of osteoarthritis.
This week: Applications to veterinary school are way up, American Humane’s 2020 veterinary heroes, and where do pets go when they pass?
Dogs like A, E, I, O, and U. They also like Y, but we don’t know for sure how often. Here’s the science behind dogs’ affinity for vowels.
This week: A protein that protects against Lyme disease, a clue to the cause of canine lung disease, and the pandemic leads to pet theft in the UK.
Researchers have identified a new species of Rickettsia bacteria—and a new vector for Rocky Mountain spotted fever in dogs.
Penn Vet is testing a new tool that does real-time veterinary diagnostic testing at the point of care. The technology could be a gamechanger.
This week: Escaped minks could spread coronavirus to people in Denmark, face masks pose a health risk to animals in an unusual way, and veterinary colleges save exotics.