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Aratana Therapeutics’ Nocita 10 ml gets FDA approval
Aratana Therapeutics’ Nocita 10 ml gets FDA approval
The FDA’s Center for Veterinary Medicine has approved an additional vial size (10 ml) of Nocita, which is a local postoperative analgesia used following cranial cruciate ligament surgery in dogs and as a peripheral nerve block after owner-elected onychectomy (declawing) in cats.
Purina develops diet to reduce allergies to cats
Purina develops diet to reduce allergies to cats
Researchers with the Purina Institute say they have established a proactive method to decrease active levels of the allergen, Fel d1, in cats’ saliva through diet, effectively reducing active levels of the protein released into the environment.
Flea and tick control explored in free e-book
Flea and tick control explored in free e-book
“Best Practices for Flea & Tick Control” is a three-part e-book that delves into the rising threat of fleas and ticks. This free resource stresses the need for year-round prevention and explores the increase in instances of Lyme disease in canines.
Pet parents more dedicated than ever
Pet parents more dedicated than ever
A survey is showcasing everything pet owners are willing to do for their animal companions, including foregoing work to ensure their well-being. Nearly 25 percent of those surveyed said they have missed work to care for a pet, and withheld this information from their boss.
OSU to build 35,000-sf veterinary clinic
OSU to build 35,000-sf veterinary clinic
The Frank Stanton Veterinary Spectrum of Care (SOC) Clinic will train students to manage patients across the entire range of care, including alternative diagnostic and treatment techniques. They will also be taught to fine-tune their practice and business management skills.
UW-Stout to host conference on animal health nutraceuticals
UW-Stout to host conference on animal health nutraceuticals
University of Wisconsin-Stout is hosting a world conference on nutraceuticals in companion animal health care. Sponsored by Vets Plus, the event takes place July 17 to 19.
Enter Veterinary Practice News’ 2019 They Ate What?! X-ray Contest
Enter Veterinary Practice News’ 2019 They Ate What?! X-ray Contest
Pets eat the darndest things, so much so, we are still amazed at what veterinarians find on their X-rays, even after all these years of running our They Ate What?! X-ray contest. Share your most outrageous X-rays with Veterinary Practice News and the veterinary community.
 
 
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