NAVC News Nugget
Forget popular media tropes like avocado toast, apps, and rosé. What really sets millennials apart from other generations is their obsession with their pets.
Everybody loves treats, including pets. That’s partly why the market for pet treats in the US is expected to reach $6.7 billion dollars by the end of 2019, up from $6.5 billion in 2018, according to a new report.
Given the popularity of tramadol among opioid addicts and how often pet owners doctor shop for veterinarians willing to prescribe it, sending home oral opioids such as tramadol may not be the best option for managing canine pain at home. Especially if it doesn’t even work all that well.
Treating an anxious dog? Now you have options you didn’t have before.
The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), released their 2019 AVMA Report on Economic State of the Veterinary Profession last month. And the economic state of the veterinary profession is strong, thanks to the expanding economy. But. . .
Some situations in multi-cat households where asking cats to share may create stress and possibly lead to behavior problems, writes Pam Johnson-Bennett, certified cat behavior consultant.
PetSmart started a trend in 1994 by partnering with Banfield Pet Hospitals to open in-store veterinary clinics in many of its retail locations. Today, that trend is creating what pet market analysts call an erosion of the boundaries between pet store and pet health services provider.
2019 was an interesting year for human telehealth. A framework is starting to emerge, and while it’s not fully mature, it is no longer the nascent healthcare delivery approach it once was. Understanding and monitoring the human telemedicine developments is important for animal health companies
Keep it kind! That’s one way of summing up the findings of a new study by Portuguese researchers on the long-term negative effects of aversive training.