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Careless Dog Owners Could Be in Mess of Trouble

A Tennessee company will register London dogs’ DNA to identify owners who fail to clean up after their pets.

Why the Basics Still Apply to Canine Skin Allergies

Even important tools like Apoquel don’t replace diagnosis and management.

Why Ticks Are Looming Large for Dogs and Cats

The spread of parasites won't be slowing this year.

Study Confirms Benefits of Pedicle Tie Spays

Compared to PDL, PT procedures are safe and reduce a patient’s anesthesia time.

Vet Fired After Bragging of Killing Cat

‘My first bow kill’ was how Dr. Kristen Lindsey allegedly described a cat’s death.

Henry Schein Unleashes Puppy Gift Boxes

Volunteers with Canine Companions for Independence can get free dog products from their veterinarian.

U.K. Vet Techs Ready for 2016 Microchip Law

Veterinary technicians in England and likely in Wales and Scotland are deemed adequately prepared to implant microchips in dogs.

NexGard Approved to Fight Brown Dog Ticks

Monthly preventive NexGard is indicated to kill four tick species as well as fleas.

Canine Infectious Respiratory Disease or Canine Influenza hits Midwest

The Chicago Veterinary Medical Association (CVMA) recommends dog owners take immediate measures to prevent exposure, while the AVMA has released an overview of canine influenza.

Why the Slow Trend to 3-Year Protocol in Core Vaccines Continues

When did the shift away from the annual vax start?

Reminder: Keep Chocolate Away From Dogs

More than half of U.K. veterinarians treated cases of chocolate poisoning last Easter.

Canine Cancer Lab TVAX Gets $2 Million

TVAX Animal Health has a large bankroll to draw from for its research into cancer immunotherapy.

Heart Drug Effective in Canine MMVD

Pimobendan performed well in a clinical study of dogs suffering from myxomatous mitral valve disease.

3,000 Goldens Enrolled in Lifetime Study

Morris Animal Foundation’s longitudinal health study is the first of its kind in the veterinary world.

Why Feline Kidney Insufficiency is Still Tricky to Treat

Find out the latest.

What You Need to Know About Jaw Locking

Open-mouth jaw locking: You may not have learned this in vet school.

Purina: ‘No Quality Issues With Beneful’

A potential class-action case claims Beneful dog food killed or sickened animals across the United States, an allegation the company denies.

AKC Updates Website, Logo

The American Kennel Club’s new website is optimized for mobile devices.

Putney Releases Injectable Carprofen for Dogs

All three dosage forms of Zoetis’ Rimadyl are now available as Putney generic drugs.

Voyce Dog Monitor Available for Purchase

An award-winning vital signs collar is marketed to dog owners and veterinarians as a way to “connect the dots between visits.”

Registration Opens in April for Free Eye Exams

Thousands of eligible service animals will likely be tested under ACVO’s eighth annual eye screening program.
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