It was a lightning strike heard ’round the world. And the man it struck is alive and well today (along with his three German shepherds) thanks to the quick thinking and CPR training of staffers at AAHA-accredited Stuebner Airline Veterinary Hospital in Spring, Texas, just north of Houston.
This week: The passing of the world’s first cloned cat, face mask theft skyrockets, and where do cats go when they’re out and about?
This week: Smuckers announces cat food recall, jerky-treat still suspect, and Blue Pearl reports a pandemic-related parvovirus outbreak.
Burst pipes are the biggest problem: “There are still a lot of people without water. You can’t get parts.”
This week: A clue as to how dogs got to America, new info on a gene defect that affects canine muzzle length, and a bill to protect animals during disasters.
Everyone’s seen the photos, but not everyone knows the whole story. Read on . . .
Read all about it in NEWStat ’s exclusive interview with veterinary superstar Temple Grandin.
New research suggests that simple changes in activity levels and diet can reduce free-roaming cats’ predation.
Bravo Packing, Inc., has expanded a voluntary recall of two frozen raw pet food products after samples tested positive for Salmonella and Listeria monocytogenes .
An Illinois man who woke up to find a bat nestled on his neck in mid-August has died of rabies. In a bitterly ironic twist, his death was announced on Tuesday—World World Rabies Day.