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Drug, medical supply shortages due to COVID-19 may disrupt veterinary care
Drug, medical supply shortages due to COVID‑19 may disrupt veterinary care
AVMA says there is a potential risk for shortages in the medical supply chain of FDA-approved drugs produced in China and certain medical products.
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Displaced pets get free boarding after Tennessee tornado
Displaced pets get free boarding after Tennessee tornado
VCA Animal Hospitals is taking in displaced pets after a storm system moved across the central portion of the state, killing at least 24 people and destroying hundreds of buildings.
K-State licenses coronavirus, norovirus compound technology
K-State licenses coronavirus, norovirus compound technology
A biotech company has been granted an exclusive license to antiviral compounds developed to treat various human coronaviruses, including COVID-19.
Off Leash: Stalking stigma
Off Leash: Stalking stigma
Whether you’re burnt out, battling a specific mental disease or addiction, or just need someone to bounce things off of to help maintain your sanity in an insane world, mental health care is a fundamental right. When it’s effectively denied because you’re worried someone you confide in might interpret your pre-dinner martini ritual hazardous to your patients, it puts everyone at risk.
Combo parasite preventative gets FDA green light
Combo parasite preventative gets FDA green light
Zoetis’s Simparica Trio comprises sarolaner, moxidectin, and pyrantel to protect dogs from fleas, ticks, and worms.
Pets unlikely to pass COVID-19 to humans, other animals
Pets unlikely to pass COVID-19 to humans, other animals
There’s no evidence at this time to suggest pets could be a source of infection for other animals or humans; however, various global organizations are advising those sick with COVID-19 to avoid contact with animals, just as they should with people.
 
 
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