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Study: Number of Dogs in Shelters at All-Time Low?

Results from a study from Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine gives a better estimate about how many dogs are being taken in by shelters, adopted out, transferred and euthanized.

"One Lucky Dog:" Vet Treats Dog Who Was Shot in Head

A 9-month-old Great Pyrenees named Nylah went missing and then was later found with a bullet wound in her head.

UC Davis Vets Save Anemic Dog With Use of Therapeutic Plasma Exchange

Bella, a 5-year-old pit bull terrier was diagnosed with immune-meditated hemolytic anemia (IMHA), which causes a dog’s immune system to destroy its own red blood cells.

University of Minnesota Develops Cancer Drug That Helps Dogs With Hemangiosarcoma

The results from the trial not only benefits dogs with this particular form of cancer, but may be applicable to humans too.

10 Deadly Sins of Untreated ACLs

Possible consequences of an ACL rupture that is treated conservatively.

How to Spot Signs of Oral Pain in Your Pet Patients

Since pets can't talk about their toothaches, it's up to us veterinarians to know what to look for.

How to Talk About End-of-Life Care for Pets

When talking to pet owners about end-of-life care, look beyond the patient’s medical condition.

Can You Solve This Puzzle?

Test your knowledge in the February 2017 Brain Teaser.

British Columbia Forbids Cosmetic Tail Procedures

The College of Veterinarians of British Columbia has voted to ban cosmetic tail docking of dogs, horses and cattle.

UF Vets Save Dobie Who Nearly Drowned

Bo, a Doberman pinscher puppy, not only nearly drowned in his family pool, but his heart stopped too.

Hurt While Saving Owner, Dog Wins Hambone Award

Kismet, a 4-year-old Jack Russell terrier is Salt Lake City, saved his owner during a home-invasion robbery.

Merck Dog Flu Vaccine Approved

The vaccine, Nobivac Canine Flu Bivalent, controls subtypes H3N8 and H3N2.

Researchers Seek Genetic Keys to Canine Behavior

Two companies are working on what they call the world’s largest canine behavioral genetics study.

Why You Need to Choose Chew Toys Wisely

Fractured teeth, worn teeth or trauma to soft tissue of the oral cavity are only a small number of problems that can occur when dogs chew on the wrong toys.

Zoetis Earns License for Cytopoint Skin Therapy

The newly branded therapy, formally known as Canine Atopic Dermatitis Immunotherapeutic, is formulated to target and neutralize interleukin-31 (IL-31).

WCVM Veterinarians Save Dog Who Was Trapped in Well for 27 Days

Bruno, a Chocolate lab, had "refeeding syndrome" and needed specialized care from a number of veterinarians at Western College of Veterinary Medicine (WCVM) in Saskatoon.

Zomedica Banks on Canine Diarrhea Drugs

Young company hopes to win FDA approval of three veterinary products.

Voyce Collar Monitor Is No More

Refunds may be coming to some customers.

Onsior Pain Drug Approved for Dogs

Medication may be used to counter postoperative pain and inflammation.

Oregon State Vets Help Dog with Leg Defects

With their help, Tigger, who has only ever been able to walk on his back legs due to ectrodactyly in his front legs, may soon walk on all four legs.

Tech Companies, Auburn University Create Longest Synthetic Virus for Canine Cancer Research

The synthetic DNA virus could revolutionize personalized medicine for cancer treatment for both dogs and people.
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