This week: More veterinary colleges go online, glimmers of hope on the COVID-19 vaccine front, and pet fostering gets popular as people stay home
This week: The AVMA names this year’s Bustad Companion Animal Veterinarian of the Year, social distancing is good for animals in the wild, and what sounds like a setup for a bad joke about animals in the Australian outback.
Stay-at-home restrictions aren’t slowing down pet scammers much. In fact, they’re helping.
This week: Big changes in veterinary school classrooms this fall, walking benefits shelter dogs and veterans alike, and juggling kids and work during a pandemic.
This week: Dogs will return to the White House, minks are declared a danger in Denmark, and bug-based pet food debuts in Europe.
Even in a postpandemic world, will we ever kick curbside to the curb? “The majority of folks I've spoken to are eager to eliminate curbside as soon as they can,” said veterinary consultant Josh Vaisman.
If that headline gives you déjà vu (“Didn’t the first dog in the US already test positive for SARS-CoV-2? Like, a month ago?”), you’re probably thinking of Winston.
This week: Frank talk about racial discrimination, the USDA beefs up guidelines for dog sellers, and pet ambulance in name only.
The FDA announced a recall of a sedative commonly used in the treatment of human COVID patients—and by some veterinarians as an anxiolytic.
This week: A cat in the UK tests positive for COVID, a vet loses his license to practice medicine, and the pandemic inspires more people to adopt pet chickens.