Discussion of the risks of “just feed less” highlighting specific needs of spayed and neutered pets.
S.C. veterinarians, DHEC to provide low-cost rabies vaccinations
March 27, 2019South Carolina veterinary practices are joining the Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) to offer low-cost rabies vaccinations to their pet patients. Although rabies vaccines can be obtained all year, the initiative provides pet owners with an affordable and convenient service, while also helping to increase rabies-prevention awareness. “Rabies vaccination fees may vary by clinic site, but no veterinarian participating in these clinics will charge more than $10 per pet,” says David Vaughan, director …
Dog flu goes viral
March 13, 2018While it’s unknown how many dogs have been affected—canine influenza isn’t a reportable disease in the U.S., although it is in Canada—the figures are underreported, said Cynda Crawford, DVM, clinical assistant professor at the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine.