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This week: A police dog gets busted for theft, firefighters rescue a dog who literally chased a cat up a tree, and a shelter dog gets some much-needed dental relief.
This week: Escaped minks could spread coronavirus to people in Denmark, face masks pose a health risk to animals in an unusual way, and veterinary colleges save exotics.
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.
NEWStat talked to veterinary oral surgeon Jennifer Tjepkema, DVM, DVAVDC, about how GPs can optimize their relationship with dental specialists.
Veterinary surgery simulation offers a safe space to practice anesthesia and team communication.
This week: Coronaviruses are extremely widespread in the wildlife trade, postal workers are getting along better with dogs, and a celebrity street cat dies.
Penn Vet is testing a new tool that does real-time veterinary diagnostic testing at the point of care. The technology could be a gamechanger.
This week: Dogs teach machines to scent disease, unlicensed pet surgery caught on tape, and the fight to save the elusive fishing cat.
The authors of a new study say their findings further support the connection between persistent infecton and some types of cancer.