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September 05, 2019

Kibbles ’n Bits (of insects)

At least 2 billion people worldwide eat insects regularly as part of their diet. There’s no telling how many cats and dogs do. But one thing is certain: More and more pet owners are feeding their pets insects. 

September 04, 2019

Weekly News Roundup 8/30 to 9/5

This week: A malingering dog proves faking pain pays, restaurant customers don’t care about animal welfare, and pig ears continue to cause problems 

September 04, 2019

Is your hospital disaster ready?

As Hurricane Dorian churns relentlessly up the eastern seaboard, veterinary hospitals in the storm’s path are putting their emergency plans into place. If Dorian made landfall near your practice, would you be ready? 

June 26, 2019

Osteoarthritis and obesity in pets go hand in hand (slowly)

Cases of osteoarthritis (OA) in pets have increased at an alarming rate in the past decade, and that increase corresponds with rising rates of obesity in companion animals.That’s the conclusion reached in Banfield Pet Hospital’s 2019 State of Pet Health Report.

June 24, 2019

Study: Dogs evolved to make us go all mushy inside

Which one do you want to cuddle? If you picked the one on the right, there’s a reason. In the first detailed study comparing the anatomy and behavior of dogs and wolves, researchers at the University of Portsmouth’s Dog Cognition Center in the UK examined the heads of six dogs and two wolves.

June 17, 2019

Study shows a change in feline diet could curb cat allergies in people

“You’re allergic? Whoops.” Cat dander, which holds the allergens that set off the sneezing, the itching, and the runny eyes and nose, is also the smallest dander. About one-tenth the size of a dust allergen, it’s smaller than pollen, smaller than mold, smaller than dust mites, or any other animal dander. But new research says we can curb those allergies

June 06, 2019

New study identifies most damaging dog bites by breed

Nearly five million people in the US are bitten by dogs each year. The most common victims are children, most of whom are bitten by family pets. But which breed bites the most? That’s hard to say, because according to a new study, “unknown” tops the list.

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