Pandemic-related pet adoptions are definitely up in the US . . . but maybe not as much as some news reports suggest.
Where do worried pet owners go when they can’t see their regular vet? Since curbside started, many are going to the nearest emergency hospital—whether it’s an emergency or not.
This week: Frank talk about racial discrimination, the USDA beefs up guidelines for dog sellers, and pet ambulance in name only.
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: The FDA approves chewable tabs for canine congestive heart failure, a new veterinary school is slated to open next year, and COVID has changed the way people and pets shelter during a hurricane.
Fears about the possible transmission of SARS-CoV-2 from humans to pets and vice versa are obscuring the proven dangers of clear and present zoonotic threats. The hurricanes aren't helping.
Only a handful of states have authorized veterinarians to administer the COVID-19 vaccine. This Colorado veterinarian was one of the lucky few.
The past year has been called the “Great Resignation.” People are quitting their jobs, often with no new ones in sight. Here's how to keep it happening to your staff.
This week: Some medical students get out of school early to join the fray, human medical workers told to keep mum on COVID-19, and good news on the testing-pets-for-coronavirus front.
Veterinarians are seeing a rise in cases of cannabis poisoning in pets as the legalized use of marijuana for recreational purposes continues to spread.