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How This Mexican Shelter Is Doing ‘What it Takes’ for Pets

SPCA Puerto Vallarta gives dogs and cats a great life until they find their new homes.

Cat-Friendly Practices Happy With Results

A survey conducted by the American Association of Feline Practitioners found that nearly 7-in-10 hospitals designated as cat-friendly practices attracted new clients because of the status.

Study: Labs More Interested in Food Than Other Breeds

Researchers found links a gene alteration specifically found in Labs and related flat-coat retrievers to greater food-motivated behavior.

OVC Takes Part in Bone Cancer Clinical Trial

The University of Guelph’s Ontario Veterinary College is taking part in a clinical trial headed by the U.S. National Cancer Institute’s Comparative Oncology Trials Consortium, the first such collaboration between the two groups.

NC University Researchers Design Hardware, Software that can Train Dogs

The technology can be used to train dogs efficiently and effectively.

Study Shows that Canine AD Shares Significant Features of Human AD

The study from the schools at the University of Pennsylvania suggests changes in skin "microbiome" during canine atopic dermatitis could lead to antibiotic-free therapies for human and canine disease.

Study: Seniors Can Benefit from Having a Dog

A new study finds that seniors walking their dogs have a lower body mass index, fewer doctor visits and get more exercise.

NovaVive Goes All In on Veterinary Therapeutics

Canadian company is working on immunotherapy treatments for three canine health issues.

How to Recognize Animal Abuse

And knowing when to intervene as a veterinary professional.

Vet Explores the Funny Aspects of Cooking for Dogs in New Book

Coauthored by Judy Morgan, DVM, "Canine Kitchen Capers: A Humorous Look At Preparing Food for Dogs (& Spouses)" is a collection of funny stories about the misadventures of creating homemade dog food.

Clients Like to Travel? Why You Should Talk to Them About Pet-Friendly Destinations

Some facilities are “pet-tolerant” and some are “pet-welcoming.” Knowing which is which, and helping your clients prepare their pets for their trip, can make you look like a hero.

Canine Flu Was Transmitted to Four Cats

The cats were diagnosed at a northwest Indiana animal shelter.

KSU Vet Researchers Successful in Treating FIP

Researchers from Kansas State University have developed an antiviral compound for feline coronavirus associated with feline infectious peritonitis.

Funds Raised to Help Dog Whose Legs Were Broken on Purpose

Iris is in need of orthopedic surgery as her legs haven't healed after four months.

Florida Dog Impaled While Playing Fetch

BluePearl veterinarians successfully dealt with an unusual case.

Pro Plan Adds Dry Urinary Food for Dogs

UR Urinary Ox/St Canine Formula comes a year after the launch of a canned version.

Dogs Found Shot With Arrows are Now Recovering Thanks to Vets

Dogs Kitchi and Cheveyo were rushed to the McKnight 24 Hour Veterinary Hospital in Calgary, Canada, after being found injured.

Vet Assistant Saves Choking German Shepherd

Veterinary Assistant Justin Rouse is being praised for saving German Shepherd, Nadia, who had a ball stuck in her throat.

ConsumerAffairs, VETgirl's Justine Lee Partner Up to Create Dog Dangerous Foods Tool

Created using guidelines from the ASPCA, the free tool helps consumers determine the affect a perceived dangerous food can have on their dog.

Virginia-Maryland Steps in to Fund Lifesaving Surgery

When 8-week-old mixed breed puppy named Marylou needed care, the costs of her surgery and were underwritten by the Compassionate Care Fund.

Texas Vet College to Offer Voyce Pro Wellness Monitoring Program

Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences will be the first veterinary college and teaching hospital to offer the Voyce Pro Wellness Monitoring Program.
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