Global Health Organizations: No COVID-19 Detected in Cats and Dogs
Thousands of dogs and cats tested for COVID-19 have shown no positive results to date, according to multiple global health organizations. Many in the veterinary community are monitoring the situation closely.
VetFolio to Offer Free Online Classes to Help Veterinarians Meet CE Deadlines During Coronavirus Outbreak
In light of many CE events and conferences getting indefinitely postponed, VetFolio has offered free CE to anyone looking to meet state requirement deadlines.
AVMA: Use Telemedicine to Help Care for Veterinary Patients
Using telemedicine can help prevent the spread of COVID-19, says the American Veterinary Medical Association. The AVMA has resources available for clinics and practices that want to implement this service.
Coronavirus Update: Emerging Strains and Veterinary Patients
An emerging coronavirus causing an outbreak of respiratory disease in humans has led to questions about the importance of this newly discovered virus, if any, to our veterinary patients.
COVID-19 Outbreak: Keeping the Pet Community Safe
Knowing that 32% of a practice’s patient population is now designated as high risk by the CDC for COVID-19, BabelBark is encouraging practices to seriously consider using technology to help engage those pet owners who may not be able to leave their homes for the pet’s care.
New Canine UTI Therapy Could Reduce Risk of Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria
Morris Animal Foundation-funded researchers are evaluating a new therapy to treat dogs with clinical urinary tract infections (UTI) by comparing a biotherapeutic treatment with conventional antimicrobial therapy.
VCA Stops Elective Declaw Surgeries Nationwide
Nearly 900 VCA hospitals join sister companies Banfield and BluePearl in forbidding most onychectomies.
CSU and Zoetis Leaders Herald Launch of New Research Lab
Officials from Zoetis and Colorado State University gathered on the Foothills Campus on Jan. 28 to celebrate the opening of a new lab, which will explore the livestock immune system and target new immunotherapies, paving the way for new alternatives to antibiotics for treating illnesses in food-producing animals.
Physical Rehabilitation at Veterinary College Enhances Pets’ Quality of Life
After developing hind limb weakness from neurologic causes, as well as general soreness and decreased mobility because of arthritis, 11-year-old black Labrador retriever Saint was referred to the college’s physical rehabilitation service by his veterinarian, Virginia Tech alumnus Thomas Blaszak.