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Paralyzed Dog About to be Euthanized Saved When Vet Intern Finds Tick in his Neck

Ollie the Collie is one lucky dog.

VetStem Celebrates Business Milestone

10 veterinarians have done 100 or more stem cell procedures.

Zoetis Declares End to Apoquel Shortage

More raw material and greater manufacturing capacity reverse a two-year problem.

Tough Decisions Await When Dogs Bite Kids

As veterinarians, what can you do when this happens?

FDA Approves Aratana’s Hunger Stimulant

Entyce and a previously approved therapeutic, Galliprant, will hit the veterinary market in the months ahead.

9 Years In, Jerky Mystery Remains Unsolved

Complaints of jerky treats hurting dogs are down to a trickle.

7 Phrases That Can Kill Dental Compliance

If you want your clients to understand the importance of dental care for their pets, avoid saying or doing these 7 things.

Researchers Discover Rare Human Disease in Dogs

Researchers say they have discovered a rare, severe form of pulmonary hypertension in dogs that up until this point had only been classified as a human lung disease.

Zoetis Launches Noise Aversion Drug for Dogs

Intended for home use, Sileo is administered via oral transmucosal absorption.

BIVI’s Bordetella Vaccine Tops 17 Million Doses

Sales went from 16 million to 17 million in a matter of months.

The Latest Advancements in Atopic Dermatitis Treatments in Dogs and Cats

Find out all the ways veterinarians are treating itchy skin in dogs and cats.

Weather Warming Up? Time to Talk About Ticks

Why veterinary staff would do well to screen pets for Lyme disease and educate clients.

MSU Launches Chronic Diarrhea Dog Study

Mississippi State University College of Veterinary seeks dogs for study on chronic diarrhea.

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.

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.

Dog Regains Mobility Thanks to UC Davis Neurologists

After Leah, a border collie, suffered a spinal injury, UC Davis neurologists helped her get back on her feet.

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.

As Nasal Tumor Cases Grow, So Do Options

Find out the latest treatments.

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.
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