Canopy Animal Health Continues CBD Product Development
Canopy Animal Health continues in-depth CBD research for recreational and prescription products, currently taking place at Colorado State University.
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.
Researchers: Respiratory Diseases Linked to High Blood Pressure in Lungs
When dogs are coughing, wheezing or have shortness of breath, the symptoms may be a sign of pulmonary hypertension, or high blood pressure in the lungs. Now, researchers at the University of Missouri have found that identifying respiratory diseases causing pulmonary hypertension can lead to improved health outcomes.
Zoetis Establishes Livestock Immunotherapies Research Lab at Colorado State University
Zoetis hopes to gain a greater understanding of the livestock immune system and to generate new candidates for further research and development. The initial focus of the Incubator Research Lab will be biotherapeutics for cattle, which could yield broader implications for pigs and poultry.
Clinical Trial Tests Universal Vaccine Against Canine Cancer
Brush up on exciting news in the world of veterinary medicine, from a possible vaccine for canine cancer to an end on controversial research on felines and more.
Global Experts to Discuss WSAVA Research into Veterinary Wellness
WSAVA will discuss the topic of veterinary wellness during a panel discussion — “Shaping the Future: Wellness in the Veterinary Profession” — at the 2019 WSAVA World Congress.
Can We Find a Cure for Canine Hemangiosarcoma?
The results from a University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine research project and clinical trial not only benefits dogs with canine hemangiosarcoma, but may be applicable to humans too.
UC Davis PET Research to Improve Racehorse Safety and Welfare
A significant advance in veterinary research is coming to the racetrack in the form of a standing equine PET scanner. The machine will soon be available at Santa Anita Park, marking a major milestone in the battle against racetrack injuries.
Study Looks at Veterinarian Attitudes Toward Euthanasia of Pets
Sometimes, pet owners elect to have their animals euthanized because they can’t or won’t pay for treatment. The other side of the coin is when the animal is suffering and treatment is futile but the owners refuse to consider euthanasia. A recent study showed that these issues cause moral distress for veterinarians.