Monthly Archives: September 2021

Episode 65: Promoting a sustainable profession

It’s no secret that the pandemic has brought an influx of new patients to veterinary clinics around the world. With the increasing demand for animal health services, many professionals must come to terms with the signs of burnout and stress. According to Nick Nelson, DVM, MBA, President of BluePearl Specialty + Emergency Pet Hospital, the […]

NH NOW Opens at Belknap Mill, With Iconic Photos of New Hampshire Life, Many in the Lake District | Local News

LACONIA – Drysuit firefighters practice rescue in icy water on a sub-zero day, alongside M / S Mount Washington docked for the winter. North Country High School cross-country skiers run in the shadow of the state’s highest peak. A cog railway car driving up one of the steepest tracks in the world. Two beer drinkers […]

How influencer Katie Sturino created her own corner of the internet

Jamie magnifico Im ELLE.comIn the monthly Office Hours series, we ask people in powerful positions to tell us about their first jobs, their worst jobs and everything in between. TThis month we spoke with Katie Sturino, who started her career in fashion public relations before taking charge of his own corner of the internet as […]

The settlement of the class action requires time out of cells, common meals and leisure for those condemned to death

A settlement agreement was finalized this week in a class action lawsuit brought in 2017 by death row prisoners in Louisiana who accused of being held in solitary confinement – limited to one cell for 23 hours per day, without significant social interaction – for years or decades violated their constitutional and civil rights. The […]

The SQSPCA announces the “fall” of the puppy mill program

(contributed) STAFF REPORT • Special at www.AllOTSEGO.com As the season changes from summer to fall, the Susquehanna Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is asking the public to help educate consumers and lobby for changes that will lead to the ‘fall’ possible puppy mills. “September is National Puppy Mill Awareness Month, and there’s […]

The director of the shelter denounces the cruelty of the “puppy mills”

September 30 — September is National Puppy Mill Awareness Month and the Susquehanna Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals wants people to “step up” before buying a new dog. “A lot of people don’t know that puppy mills aren’t illegal in New York State,” Susquehanna SPCA executive director Stacie Haynes said Wednesday. People […]

Sarnia Humanitarian Society Resumes Fundraising Activities

Content of the article The Sarnia and District Humane Society hasn’t had much time to fundraise in the past 18 months. Content of the article “Because the demand on humanitarian society during the pandemic doubled and they just had no one,” said fund development manager Adelle Richards. Under-staffed and keen to meet a growing demand […]

Increasing pet ownership by companions, increasing spending on animal welfare, increasing product creativity, and integrating software are driving demand for the market

To share Tweeter To share To share E-mail The Global The veterinary software market is expected to reach $ 771.6 million in 2027. One of the major drivers for the development of this market is the increasing prevalence of zoonotic diseases. The increased prevalence of animal health diagnostic and surveillance services has spurred demand, which […]

director of the shelter denounces the cruelty of the “puppy mills” | Local News

September is National Puppy Mill Awareness Month, and the Susquehanna Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals wants people to “get their feet wet” before buying a new dog. “A lot of people don’t know that puppy mills aren’t illegal in New York State,” Susquehanna SPCA executive director Stacie Haynes said Wednesday. People can […]