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Merck Launches H3N2 Canine Flu Vaccine

A conditional license is approved less than a year after the emergence of the influenza strain.

How to Remove Stubborn Tooth Roots

Tips from a veterinary dentist expert.

When Breeds Cross, Hybrid Dogs Appear

Border-Aussies, Royal Frenchels and Shepadoodles are not as rare as they seem.

A Deep Look at Basics of Wound Care

Find out what veterinary experts recommend for treating wounds.

Zoetis Unveils New Drugs for Dogs, Horses

A flea and tick preventive is coming to Europe, while U.S. vets will get an H3N2 flu vaccine and an equine Lepto vaccine.

Biogal Offers Rapid Distemper, Lepto Tests

75-minute test results are available using molecular detection kits.

U.S. Unveils Canine Brucellosis Best Practices

The zoonotic disease can disrupt dog-breeding operations and terminate pregnancies.

Smartphone App Helps Lost Dogs Get Home

VCA veterinary hospitals will promote Finding Rover, a free service already used in more than 200 animal shelters nationwide.

Basic Prices for Pet Vaccines

What to expect and why when it comes to vaccinating your pet, and how much it costs.

Elanco Introduces New Variety of Interceptor

Interceptor Plus, unlike the earlier Flavor Tabs, fights tapeworms.

Got a Spinal Cord Injury? Get Acupuncture!

Why it's important to include it in your patient's care.

Going Broke, UC Davis Fracture Program Needs Help

The Shelter/Rescue Fracture Surgery Program Fund has operated since 2008.

Jaguar Optimistic About Diarrhea Drug

Canalevia may be introduced in 2016 to control chemotherapy-induced diarrhea in dogs.

N.Y. Hospital Opens Pet Cancer Institute

A $5 million donation leads to a major upgrade at Animal Medical Center.

Ear Cropping Ban Spreads to Western Canada

B.C. veterinarians who perform medically unnecessary ear crops could be disciplined.

Vet Techs Say Sedation Is Underutilized

In certain cases, sedation can lower stress levels in animals and veterinary staff and make handling the pets easier.

After Dog's Recovery, Tufts University Reminds Owners About the Need for Genetic Testing

After a herding dog nearly died from severe ivermectin toxicity, Tufts University reminds owners to be more vigilant.

How to Repair Non-Invasive Jaw Fracture

There is more than one way to repair a jaw fracture. Here are some various methods.

What You Need to Know About Cardiomyopathy in Cats

The latest information.

Popular Ways of Treating Congestive Heart Failure in Dogs

A look at current treatments and drugs.

Skewer-Gobbling Boxer Wins Hambone Award

An annual contest sponsored by Nationwide recognizes the most unusual pet insurance claims.
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