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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.

Why Clean Margins are Crucial in Feline Oral SCC

A case study.

Zomedica Banks on Canine Diarrhea Drugs

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

Avian Flu Strain Spreads to 45 Cats

Domestic felines are infected with H7N2 for the first time.

Study: Income is Major Factor When Owners Avoid Sterilizing Cats

It's a luxury most can't afford, researchers from Tufts University report.

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.

New Parasiticide From Ceva: Catego for Cats

Fast-acting, monthly preventive targets fleas and ticks.

How to Help the Airway-Challenged Cat

When it comes to feline airway diseases, such as asthma or bronchitis, there are a number of ways to treat it.

Vet Helps Puppy Who Swallowed 18-Inch Metal Rod

Ow.

How to Drive Cat Owners to Your Vet Practice

Use these 16 tips to create a "puurfect" veterinary experience.

Clinical Trial: Cornell Enrolls Cats with Sepsis

Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine is currently enrolling cats with naturally occurring sepsis in an effort to provide insights into why they behave differently compared to other species.

Tennessee Vet College to Study Whether Therapy Dogs Can Lower Dose of Sedation in Children Undergoing Surgery

The study, funded by a grant from the Human Animal Bond Research Initiative, is designed to determine if interaction with a therapy dog 20 minutes prior to surgery has a significant effect on reducing a child’s anxiety levels and, in turn, lowering the dose of medication necessary for sedation.

Purina & Sports Medicine Vets Collaborate to Help Canine Athletes

Researchers and veterinarians came together at the recent Purina Canine Sports Medicine Symposium to discuss canine athlete health and veterinary sport medicine.

Vets Working on Feline Hyperthyroidism

Rather than treat all cats that have enlarged thyroids the same, researchers from the Virgina Tech vet college and a Maryland clinic are measuring a cat's hyperthyroidism first before determining a treatment.

The Politics of Felinity

On companion animal practice in the age of the cat.

Early Detection is Key With Oral Cancer in Small Animals

Know what to look for.

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