Category Archives: Veterinary Care

Freshpet: our favorite pet TikTok accounts to follow

Whether you’re here for the adorable videos or to get involved in the latest viral pet-related challenge, there’s no denying that TikTok is a great source of entertainment for pet parents. Freshpet has rounded up our favorite pet TikTok accounts that we’re sure you’ll love as much as we do! @angramus3 Mackenzie, a grumpy adventure […]

Covetrus Unveils Industry’s First Veterinary Operating System | National company

PORTLAND, Maine – (BUSINESS WIRE) – January 12, 2022– Covetrus® (NASDAQ: CVET), a global leader in animal health technologies and services, today announced the launch of Covetrus Pulse ™, an innovative cloud-based veterinary operating system (vOS) that connects makes veterinarians transparent to the technology they need to run their practices – freeing up more time […]

Golub Capital sets new activity records in 2021

NEW YORK, January 10, 2022 / PRNewswire / – Golub Capital today announced record start-ups for the fourth quarter of 2021 and for the full year. The company has closed its doors $ 15 billion in commitments during the fourth quarter and more $ 36 billion in commitments for the whole of 2021. “2021 has […]

The support of the Pets group remains unwavering

Over the years, Antioch Friends of Animal Services has offered to pay a fee for residents to adopt pets at the Antioch Animal Shelter, but the offer rarely lasted more than a few months and not as long as the incredible ones. two years current, while helping place over 680 pets in new homes. At […]

SPCA Cuts Dog Adoption Fee To $ 30 As Kennels Fill Up

The Sacramento Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is reducing the cost of adopting larger dogs due to a recent influx of dogs into its kennels, according to the organization’s Twitter Thursday. Individuals can now adopt dogs over seven months old and over 30 pounds for $ 30. Special pricing was introduced to […]

Local animal care advocate spends time with volunteers to help treat animals displaced from the Marshall fire

BOULDER CO. – Hundreds of families were displaced after the Marshall fire in Boulder County, and hundreds of animals lost their homes as well. Today, a local animal care advocate volunteers her time to care for dozens of animals. The morning after the Marshall Fire started, Ashley Main traveled to Boulder County to care for […]

Brevard Zoo welcomes emu ‘Daryll’, 29, to Lands of Change area

Daryll came to Brevard Zoo from the Palm Beach Zoo on December 21 He may not have a Napoleon Dynamite character name, but the 29-year-old Emu Daryll is now a welcome member of the emu crowd at Brevard Zoo. He joins the Emu Pedro, 27, and the Emu Lafawnduh, 10, in the Kangaroo Walkabout in […]

BluePearl Specialty and Emergency Pet Hospital Launches New Post-Graduation Wellness Training Program, Clinicians-in-Training

This program aims to prevent mental health crises among veterinary professionals by educating new graduates about well-being from the start of their careers. TAMPA, Florida, December 30, 2021 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – BluePearl Specialty and Emergency Pet Hospital, one of the largest providers of postgraduate training programs in the United States, today announced the launch […]

Internal Medicine Laureate Caeley J. Melmed, DVM, DACVIM (SAIM)

Veterinary professionals nominated and chosen by their peers exemplify leadership and success in improving patient outcomes. dvm360®, the # 1 multimedia platform for the veterinary industry, announced the 8 winners of its inaugural Veterinary Heroes â„¢ recognition program on November 16, 2021, including Caeley J. Melmed, DVM, DACVIM (SAIM). The inductees were honored at a […]

K9 Riggs Receives Purple Heart, Silver Star – Kenosha Sheriff’s Department Highest Honors | Crime and courts

DAN TRUTTSCHEL Lee Newspapers BRISTOL – Life changed in the blink of an eye on October 21 for Kenosha County Sheriff’s Deputy Minister Terry Tifft and his partner K9 Riggs. But what initially looked like something so serious – and even putting Riggs’ life in danger after a Chicago homicide suspect shot him in the […]

Shortage of veterinary services during pandemic frustrates pet owners | News

Local vets are struggling to keep up with the demand for their services during what has been a difficult pandemic made worse by staff issues, ineffective sidewalk models and the anger of some clients. People who have sick animals on their hands are told that they will have to wait weeks, or even months, in […]

How to safely relocate a dog

French bulldog on the windowsill Md Ammar Alam / 500px / Getty You planned to stay with your dog for at least 12 to 15 years, but things just aren’t working out. Life is coming. Maybe a family member has developed an allergy to dogs, or your job requires you to travel often. Perhaps your […]

Clever Texas mobile veterinary clinic rolls out plans for Dallas expansion

An innovative Houston company has closed a new round of funding in hopes of rolling out its service statewide. Rockin ‘Pets, Rollin’ Vets, a full-service Houston-based mobile veterinary clinic, closed a $ 5 million capital raise with plans to expand statewide. Founded by company CEO Dr Katie Eick, Rollin ‘Vets Group is changing the game […]

Ontario Veterinary College Expands To Increase Treatment Options For Pets

New multi-million dollar project to support intensive care and specialist veterinary services at the Ontario Veterinary College, University of Guelph The following article was provided by the University of Guelph News Services. As more Canadian animal owners seek advanced treatment options for pets, a new multi-million dollar project will support intensive care and specialist veterinary […]

Cause of death of 13-year-old male lion tested positive for COVID confirmed by Honolulu zoo officials

HONOLULU (KHON2) – Officials at the Honolulu Zoo have received the histopathology report confirming that the cause of death of Ekundu, a 13-year-old male lion who tested positive for COVID, was acute respiratory distress. Officials believe the cause is the result of SARS-CoV-2 – the virus that causes COVID in humans. As Ekundu was an […]

Animal cruelty charges advance in dead puppy case | News, Sports, Jobs

Animal neglect charges were brought against a Warren woman following a preliminary hearing on Wednesday. Elizabeth A. Sutliff, 43, faces two counts each of aggravated animal cruelty – a felony – and the misdemeanor of animal cruelty, according to court records online. His daughter, Hannah Sutliff, had previously waived her right to a preliminary hearing […]

Pharmacy challenges: Present and future

Pharmacy revenues have declined in recent years. The challenges of conventional retail stores and online pharmacies are taking market share from veterinarians. While I support consumers who save money, the reality is that pharmacy revenues have helped financially support our practices. The loss of an important source of income is not sustainable, and we must […]

Gadvasu hospital staff strike hits veterinary care | Ludhiana News

Ludhiana: Veterinary care has been affected, employees at Guru Angad Dev Veterinary and Animal Sciences University (Gadvasu) hospitals have been on strike for 12 days in support of their demands to implement the revised UGC pay scales in accordance with the 7th commission salary and withdraw the decision to dissociate the teachers’ grades from the […]

Mountain lion kittens found under a picnic table in California

veterinary hospital, authorities said. The four kittens estimated to be around six weeks old were sighted on Nov. 29 outside an office building near the Thousand Oaks foothills, according to a statement from the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area. The animals will be temporarily housed at the Orange County Zoo until a permanent home […]

Three Rivers Humane Society in Madras holds 12 Days of Dogs and Cats auction

MADRAS, Ore. (KTVZ) – The Three Rivers Humane Society is at the heart of a booming vacation auction and invites the central Oregon community to join in supporting the shelter while purchasing a wide range of gifts, services and specialty pets. elements. The 12 Days of Dogs and Cats auction started at 12:01 a.m. on […]

ASK VETERINARIANS: Sometimes Cat Diseases Can Threaten Human Health | feel guilty

Cats that have been vaccinated with a good quality FVRCP vaccine within the past year will be less likely to develop symptoms on their own. Vaccinations at longer intervals will result in varying levels of immunity between cats. This virus is a bit complicated to diagnose, but can also respond to lysine. Feline leukemia (FLV) […]

Peters Township officer prosecuted for alleged Taser incident | Local news

A Peters Township police officer is being sued in federal court by an Eighty Four resident who said the officer tasered him when he took his dog to a veterinary facility in McMurray in March. According to the complaint filed Monday in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania, Harold Wise was […]

New Veterinary Clinic Arrives at Driggs Ave

Bond Vet, a new veterinary and emergency pet care clinic, is celebrating its grand opening at 625 Driggs Ave. on Tuesday, November 30, donating all profits from Day 1 to Badass Animal Rescue, also located in Brooklyn. With the increase in the number of pandemic pets and the general animal friendliness of the region, Bond […]

The organization aims to educate people about animal care

PETALING JAYA: Appropriate understanding and knowledge is required before any attempt to handle or rescue animals, according to the Malaysian National Animal Welfare Foundation (MNAWF). MNAWF Secretary Shrilan Sivagurunathan noted the foundation’s mission is to educate animal lovers and pet owners about animal care. “Our goal is to promote a society that cares about animals […]

Dallas Zoo’s 3-month-old baby Sumatran tiger gears up for full-time public debut

As her keepers approached her habitat recently at the Dallas Zoo, 3-month-old Sumini woke up from her nap, ready to show off to her visitors. The baby Sumatran tiger ran to greet them, jumping into piles of leaves and somersaults in the hay to make sure she was the center of attention. Her legs – […]

Spain vets volunteer to an island in the Galapagos archipelago | Local News

Hundreds of dogs and cats have made their home on San Cristobal Island, alongside the iconic blue-footed boobies and sea lions of the Galapagos Archipelago. But until Dr Tom Parker arrived in early November, there was no year-round veterinary clinic for pet owners in the community, which is nearly 800 miles from the capital of […]

BC vets prepare for aftermath of flooding – News

BC_flooded_farm The Canadian Press photo by Darryl Dyck A farm in Abbotsford, British Columbia is surrounded by floodwater in this photo taken on November 17. As the floodwaters that have engulfed parts of British Columbia, Canada this week begin to recede, the province is compiling a roster of area vets with experience in food animals, […]

Where is Jeff Lowe’s wife today? Tiger King Update

Netflix’s 2020 offering, “Tiger King,” was a glimpse into the shady world of the exotic cat trade and roadside zoos. The docuseries have asked the creators to follow a motley team running an exotic zoo, highlighting personal feuds and pay-for-murder plots. Now the show is back for a five-part second season and, surprisingly, with more […]

dvm360® Announces Winners of Inaugural Veterinary Heroes ™ Program

dvm360® rewards 8 veterinary professionals nominated by their peers for excellence in their field. dvm360® is delighted to announce the winners of the inaugural Veterinary Heroes â„¢ Recognition Program. Inductees will be honored on December 1, 2021, in conjunction with the Fetch dvm360® conference, in San Diego, California. This Veterinary Heroes â„¢ program, sponsored by […]

Easyvet Walk-In Veterinary Franchise Secures $ 7 Million Series A Funding

Press release: easyvet Easyvet (easyvet), a growing US-based veterinary walk-in clinic group, recently announced the completion of a $ 7 million Series A funding round led by Relevance Ventures. Founded in 2013, as the nation’s first walk-in veterinary franchise, easyvet is dedicated to making pet care more convenient and affordable for pet parents and having […]

Santa Barbara Humane gets a 100/100 rating from Charity Navigator | Good for Santa Barbara

Posted on November 9, 2021 | 5:40 p.m. Santa Barbara Humane’s solid financial health and ongoing accountability and transparency have earned it a 100/100 rating from Charity Navigator’s Encompass rating system. This score designates Santa Barbara Humane as an official Give with Confidence charity, indicating that the organization is using its donations effectively based on […]

Marin’s busy vets exhausted as pandemic spreads

These days, Dr Shay Redfield has said the pattern is the same. His practice, West Marin Pet Hospital in Fairfax, is “booked solid, weeks later,” said the vet, who said it had been “10 to 12 hours a day, five days a week” since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Redfield and other Marin vets […]

There are no ordinary SPCA volunteers | New

Volunteers are essential to the continued success of the SPCA in Cattaraugus County. With the ever-changing parade of animals entering the shelter, many of whom are lost, sick or abandoned, there simply aren’t enough staff to do all that is needed. The staff take care of maintaining the shelter, feeding the animals, welcoming visitors and […]

How to handle the vet shortage if you have a new pet

The challenges vets face after the COVID-19 pandemic Lynsey Mohr of Rehoboth Animal Hospital looks at the veterinarian shortage. Wochit A veterinarian makes appointments two months later. Another does not accept new customers until January. Others have limited their hours or availability for emergency visits. While many pet owners say they can understand vets have […]

Parent-to-pet transmission of COVID-19 first documented in the United States

For the first time in the United States, the transmission of COVID-19 from parent to pet is genetically documented in a study by the Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen), a subsidiary of City of Hope. The published results of the current study appear in the journal Health. This is one of five nationwide pilot studies […]

“It’s a lot of neck to break”: giraffe surgery at the zoo is a delicate task

Very, very carefully. That’s what vets and zookeepers did, bringing down Como Zoo’s male giraffe, Skeeter, on Thursday. University of Minnesota vet Dr. Fausto Bellezzo shot him in the right hip with a dart gun, loaded with a dose of drugs so powerful that staff had to have an opioid antidote within reach. hand in […]

Business of the Week: Peaceful Pines Pet Memorials and Family Sanctuary

Pilot and review of Wausau Editor’s Note: Company of the week is a sponsored article that shares the stories of locally owned and operated businesses in the Wausau area, highlighting the products and services they offer and how they contribute to the unique flavor of the metropolitan area. Learn how to present your business by […]

More pets, fewer vets: veterinary clinics face backlog

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) – Local vets recommend that pet owners book health checkups for their pets well in advance as they face a backlog of appointments. The industry, like many others, faces the continuing impacts of COVID-19. Some offices say their calendars are booked for next month. They say before the pandemic they say […]

Two months left to save the kittens by donating to Scruffy Paws

A Rhode Island organization with an inspiring mission is facing a crisis and needs help from the community. Tabby kitten. Getty Images. Scruffy Paws Animal Rescue, a Rhode Island Monthly Winner of the 2021 Best of Rhode Island for Animal Rescue Organization, provides abandoned, unwanted and stray animals with food, shelter, veterinary care and the […]

Meet the team at Donegal’s New Veterinary Clinic – Donegal Daily

Sponsored message A new state-of-the-art veterinary clinic welcomes patients of all ages from the Northwest. The Bluestack Veterinary Clinic has been John and Kathryn Mc Aloon’s dream for many years. They have always wanted to establish a mixed family practice with traditional values. They hope to provide quality, compassionate, personal veterinary care tailored to the […]

A gentle giant in captivity

Thanks to scientific advances, threatening / injured elephants in the wild are captured using tranquilizer guns under expert supervision, with minimal trauma to the animals Elephants are the largest land mammals on the planet that roam free in the wild. Yet the man captured. tamed and kept in captivity for a long time. Now the […]

Shuswap Paws, Shuswap Vet Clinic Save The Day – Vernon Morning Star

Astro and Elroy (pictured) are the healthy cats whose blood was drawn to help the kittens Damaris, Eos and Theron build their resistance to disease. Astro and Elroy are owned by Shuswap Paws volunteer Audrey Torbohm. (photo by Audrey Torbohm) Veterinary Clinic and the Shuswap Paws Rescue Society. (Photo by Lynda Tyler)” loading=”lazy” srcset=” 2000w, […]

The Milwaukee vet has always loved animals. Now she is going to their house.

As far back as she can remember, Rebecca Feiring, 39, has loved spending time with animals. Choosing a profession that involved them was obvious. But the way she spends time with them sets her apart. Feiring was four years after vet school and working at a clinic in Milwaukee when she decided to make a […]

Spaying pet rabbits has medical and behavioral benefits [Ask the Vet] – Reading eagle

Question: Our children received two rabbits and they would like to know the sex of each rabbit before naming them. We parents would like to know too, so as not to end up with a house full of rabbits.How do you know what sex each rabbit is? If one is a woman and the other […]

LA Animal Hospital alerts public of emergency veterinary services overload – CBS Los Angeles

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – An increase in the number of pets adopted during the COVID-19 pandemic has led to a significant increase in activities at veterinary hospitals, resulting in longer wait times, staff shortages and frustrated pet owners, Southland veterinary hospital company officials said Monday. “The veterinary industry is under tremendous pressure to meet demand, […]

Carson City Rotarians to Learn About ‘Feeding Homeless Pets’ | News from Carson City, Nevada

Event date: October 19, 2021 – 12:00 p.m. Denise Clodjeaux, Carson City Rotary Club Genevieve Frederick, founder of Feeding Pets of the Homeless, will be the guest speaker at the next Carson City Rotary Club meeting. The reunion will take place on Tuesday, October 19 at noon in the Grand Ballroom of the Brewery Arts […]

British Columbia veterinarian shortage causes regulator to worry about mental health of those who work

British Columbia urgently needs more veterinarians and the industry regulator is sounding the alarm about the mental health impact of heavy workloads on those currently trying to respond to the growing demand for their services. According to the College of Veterinarians of BC, the shortage is expected to continue for years depending on the expected […]

Qualitative analysis of key players and competitive industry scenario, 2025

Abstract: The recent study on the Veterinary Welfare market offers a comprehensive review of this business area, with an emphasis on the factors and restraints driving growth, along with the opportunities and limitations that will influence the growth matrix during the analysis period. According to credible estimates, the veterinary welfare market is expected to register […]

Pueblo veterinary clinic forced to cut services following COVID outbreak

PUEBLO – The COVID-19 pandemic has been a challenge for Colorado vets. This week, a COVID-19 outbreak at a veterinary clinic in Pueblo forced them to drastically cut services due to a staff shortage. Dr Tiffany Barr-Ashby said her father and another veterinarian founded the Mesa Veterinary Clinic in 1978. She said the clinic has […]

Montgomery County Animal Care and Control will close Oct 23 for floor renovations

Montgomery County, Tennessee – Montgomery County Animal Care and Control (MCACC) will be closed on Saturday October 23, 2021 for resurfacing of the grounds at the refuge. The office will resume normal business hours on Monday, October 25 at 8:00 a.m. For more information on animal adoptions and other services available at the Montgomery County […]

Puppy Mill Owner Tells Judge ‘It’s Nobody’s Fault But Mine’ | New

A federal judge told a contrite Daniel Gingerich on Friday that she would take “all necessary and legal steps” to end the type of neglect the Wayne County dog ​​breeder is accused of committing. Gingerich appeared before U.S. District Court Judge Stephanie Rose on Friday for a hearing on the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s injunction […]

Madonio Family Trust helps APL with neglected horses

By David E. Dix The Portage Animal Welfare League recently received a $ 1,000 donation from the Madonio Family Animal Welfare Trust, Chas Madonio of the Brimfield Insurance Group told me earlier this week. The money, Chas said, was intended to help pay for expenses incurred by the Portage PLA, which rescued six abused and […]

The dogs of the hoarding case are on the mend | Local News

The 27 dogs that the Hopkins County Humane Society recovered from the Caldwell County hoarding case are on the mend. Humane Society executive director Dustin Potenza said of the original 27 dogs, the shelter now houses 18. “They are all doing very well,” he said. “They have shown signs of drastic improvement.” The hoarding affair […]

Veterinary practice obtains prestigious accreditation from animal hospital after overhaul

A veterinary practice in Worcester celebrates becoming one of the city’s two full-fledged veterinary hospitals. Severn Vets, who has practices in St John’s and Warndon, has been granted veterinary hospital status by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS). This, according to the RCVS website, makes him one of only two in town to have […]

Richmond vet overwhelmed with shortages, unprecedented cases

RICHMOND, Virginia – A 24-hour emergency vet in Richmond reported reaching capacity on Tuesday evening, saying it had become a weekly event due to a staff shortage and an influx of sick animals and wounded. “We have a workload unlike anything I’ve seen in the 17 years I’ve been here and the 20+ years I’ve […]

Photos of Huntington Beach oil spill show just how serious the mess in California is

The oil is so thick on the shores of Huntington Beach in California that you can scoop it up in gooey black handfuls – and the cleanup is just beginning. Crews have been trying to clear the shore for days now, after more than 126,000 gallons of crude oil leaked from a pipeline off the […]

Welcome to THE COMMONS – News and Views for Windham County, Vermont

By Virginia Ray /The cities BRATTLEBORO — Maya Richmond will be the new Executive Director of the Windham County Humane Society (WCHS). Richmond succeeds Annie Guion, in office since 2008. COO Keri Roberts, a 19-year WCHS veteran, will continue in her role, as will board chair Julie Hamilton. “We feel very lucky to have hired […]

The 5th edition of Paws in the Park takes place Saturday in Hawthorne

NEW | CHARACTERISTICS | OVERVIEW | EVENTS originally published: 05/10/2021 (HAWTHORNE, NJ) – The Passaic County Board of Commissioners, Passaic County Sheriff’s Office and Passaic County Paws, Inc. will host the 5th Annual Paws in the Park on Saturday, October 9 from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at Goffle Brook Park in Hawthorne. Paws in […]

‘Stop health problems from happening’: local vets stay busy and share tips for new pet owners

New Northeastern Nebraska vets are encouraging people to make their pet’s health a priority because it’s National Pet Welfare Month. Monday, October 4, 2021, 7:55 p.m. CDT Update: Monday October 4, 2021, 8:21 p.m. CDT NORFOLK, Neb. – Local vets share tips for new and old pet owners. The pandemic has driven up pet adoption […]

Emergency veterinary clinic planned for the south side | Cover page

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For Carly Werle, running a rescue, kennel and sanctuary is a true labor of love

Carly Werle knows full well how difficult it can be to deal with a dog rescue. To start, veterinary care for rescued animals can be expensive, and not all dogs are adoptable. This is why Werle, who founded the rescue of Coveted Canines in 2016, proposed a unique solution: she brought in more and different […]

Minuteman launches animal science program

Veterinary jobs to increase 16% nationwide by 2029 Minuteman High School has added animal science to its list of vocational technical education (CTE) specializations for the 2021-22 school year – meeting the needs of the rapidly growing nationwide veterinary industry. With the addition of the Animal Science curriculum, Minuteman now accommodates a total of 19 […]

Owner of kennel where 29 dogs died in fire found guilty of negligence, cruelty

The operator of a west Chicago-area kennel where 29 dogs died in a fire in 2019 has been convicted of animal cruelty and failing to take care of the dogs. Garrett Mercado, 32, of Woodridge was convicted Friday on three counts of animal cruelty after a five-day trial before Judge Robert Miller. Mercado was also […]

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 […]

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 […]

Canine belonging to the community shot and injured; Humane Society of Louisiana offers $ 750 reward for arresting gunman

Lafayette, Louisiana – A wandering friend who was adopted by a neighborhood and fed and watered by several residents was found injured on Sunday, September 26. Someone shot and nearly killed the harmless dog, named Bullseye, who has been roaming the same neighborhood for two years on the Wilderness Trail in the town of Carencro. […]

Trial begins against the illegal owner of the Kunkletown kennel. What we know

The deaths of two dogs and the disappearance of another have sparked grim allegations against the owner of the Kunkletown kennel in charge of their care. A series of court hearings starting this week will examine each charge against Autumn Dempster in detail. She was ordered from the county to stop taking dogs three months […]

Animal Doctor: Emergency Veterinary Cost Problems | Lifestyles

Dear Dr Fox: I just read an article about the woman who was overcharged for the treatment of her sick dog. A similar thing happened to me this summer. My dog ​​was limping and I thought he had injured his foot, so we took him to the Blue Pearl Specialty Hospital late at night. When […]

Animal Planet’s “The Zoo” series returns for a 5th season, chronicle of activities at the Bronx Zoo

By SÍLE MOLONEY Monkey Photo courtesy of the Bronx Zoo In a brand new season, “The Zoo” returns to the Animal Planet network for season 5, with a two-hour special premiere on Saturday, October 9 at 8 p.m., season 5 plunges into what is described by Bronx Zoo like the hard work and heartwarming moments […]

Five neglected dogs receiving treatment at Tacoma shelter after animal cruelty case – The Suburban Times

A press release from the Humane Society for Tacoma & Pierce County. As of September 22, five dogs were confiscated from a Federal Way residence due to animal neglect and were brought to the Humane Society for Tacoma & Pierce County for treatment. A Federal Way animal control officer discovered that the dogs and their […]

Here are 11 puppies from the San Francisco SPCA

Pand adoptions hit record highs in the midst of isolationws of COVID-19. (People also frequented exotic pet stores to buy exotic reptiles [think small geckos and snakes and the odd tortoise] in large numbers.) While that initial flow has admittedly slowed down, leading to an unfortunate increase in the number of people abandoning their “pandemic […]

abandoned puppy dies after testing positive for parvo

PEACE REST Liam: Abandoned puppy dies after testing positive for parvo The Kentucky Humane Society reports that abandoned puppy Liam has died after a week of fighting for his life. Updated: 7:23 AM EDT Sep 25 2021 After fighting for his life for a week, Liam is no longer in pain after passing away peacefully […]

CROW Announces the Return of Taste of the Islands | News, Sports, Jobs – SANIBEL-CAPTIVA

The Wildlife Rehabilitation Clinic has announced its upcoming 40th Taste of the Islands. Last years “re-invent” fundraising was so successful that CROW adopted the new format for this year. The event will continue at participating restaurants and will last throughout November. Bank of the Islands / Edison National Bank will serve as the Grade 12 […]

people for cats | Falmouth Columns

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Livingstone finds strategic partner for Shor-Line

CHICAGO, September 23, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Livingstone is pleased to announce the sale of Schroer Manufacturing Company (“Shor-Line”), a leading manufacturer of animal health equipment, to Midmark Corporation, a clinical environmental design company and a global manufacturer of veterinary, medical and dental products. The combined company positions itself as a preferred design partner […]

Horse Shelter fundraiser aims to help pay the hay bill | Paws

The drought has increased The Horse Shelter’s cost of hay by 21% this year, and with the shelter close to capacity with 78 horses and an annual food bill of $ 120,000, the goal of a fundraiser and of an auction is to bring in $ 50,000. The online auction runs until 5 p.m. Sunday. […]

Dedicated honorary route: Dr. Gary Stamp Way | New

MONTICELLO – If you didn’t know why the K-9 dogs barking in the background were very appropriate at the Dr Gary Stamp Way dedication in Monticello on Friday, you knew at the end of the ceremony which saw speakers recounting the illustrious career of the local graduate, Vietnam War veteran and renowned veterinarian. Stamp has […]

A Lifetime of Service: Angels K9 Camp Police Known for Bravery and Kindness | Calaveras County’s Most Trusted Source of Information

The Camp of Angels Police Department (ACPD) mourns the recent loss of their comrade K9, an 11-year-old Dutch Shepherd named Thor. The retired police dog was buried following a sudden illness that made him unable to walk, but not before being whisked away for a final ride in a patrol car with his partner and […]

The ecological health company Dassiet revolutionizes

ESPOO, Finland, September 21, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Today, materials company Dassiet launches UCAST – a line of products for hospitals and health centers, making fracture treatment faster and safer at home. both for the patient and the nursing staff. UCAST thermoplastic plaster takes only about 5 minutes to apply, while a traditional plaster can […]

NH Nonprofit helping with expenses for assistance dogs looking for clients

The founder of a Dover nonprofit that helps people pay for expenses associated with caring for service dogs says he takes requests from clients. Brendan Madden filed the New Hampshire Coalition for the Support of Service Dogs with the Internal Revenue Service as 501 (c) (3) in 2018 and says he’s now starting fundraising again. […]

Emaciated horses removed from property by ministerial order, Ballarat court said

A court heard concerns about the welfare of ’emaciated’ horses on rural Victorian property intensify until the state’s agriculture minister issues an order for the animals to be seized. Key points: Court hears emaciated horses found on property with carcasses and skeletons Christine Weisheit, 64, has pleaded not guilty to 65 animal cruelty charges Animals […]

North County Business Records, September 19

ESCONDIDO Raising Cane changes the opening date Raising Cane’s has postponed its official opening date to 8 am Tuesday at 1280 W. Valley Parkway (the former Coco site). This is the second establishment that the Chicken-Fingers chain has opened in North County this year; a San Marcos restaurant opened in July. Go to FALLBROOK […]

Waldo’s rescue pen left dogs dead in dumpsters – the Madison Leader Gazette

An aerial fight has erupted between a Manhattan animal rescue and a former employee who claims the group left vulnerable puppies to suffer. Waldo’s Rescue Pen founder Emily Dyson has reportedly raised critically ill animals, and several have died under her watch, sources said. In one case, four puppies died together from the highly contagious […]

During World War I, Horses and Vets Led Difficult Lives | Local

In World War I, more people died from illness than from injuries. The same thing happened with the horses used. Horses were the main means of locomotion for all war material. The so-called “caissons” which “rolled” were piled up on horse-drawn wagons. Like the soldiers by their side, the horses suffered from insufficient and insufficient […]

Bear and foxes rescued from roadside zoo in Tawas City head to Colorado Sanctuary

TAWAS CITY, Mich. (WJRT) – After years without proper veterinary care at a Michigan roadside zoo, a bear and foxes are safe in their new home at a Colorado sanctuary. In a report from People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, or PETA, it was stated that various animals were kept at the Sunrise Side […]

Eileen Rosekrans | Death notice |

Eileen Rosekrans September 22, 1922 – August 15, 2021 Eileen Rosekrans, 98, of Columbus, Nebraska, died on Sunday August 15, 2021 at Brookestone Acres in Columbus. A private memorial service will be held at a later date. Eileen was born in Valparaiso, Nebraska, on September 22, 1922, to Oliver A. and Eva (Carlson) Fox. After […]

Aspiring vets trained in pet care

The Dunlop sisters learned about animal care. Kamal Kassim / Gulf today Mariecar Jara-Puyod, Senior reporter One day with the family, five girls were treated at a clinic where they learned about pet care. They had the opportunity to be veterinarians. For about half an hour, sisters Freya, Phoebe and Charlotte Dunlop and later friends […]

USDA investigates Emory after PETA complaint: monkey death, sponge left in monkey, and more

For immediate release:September 8, 2021 Contact:Tasgola Bruner 202-483-7382 Atlanta – The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) is investigating Emory University and the affiliated Yerkes National Primate Research Center into alleged mistreatment of monkeys after PETA filed a complaint with the agency for violation of the federal law on the protection of animals. According to […]

Cougar Who Was Kept As Illegal Pet Removed From New York Home, And More From This Week’s Weirdest News | Weird

This photo provided by the Bronx Zoo in New York shows an 11-month-old, 80-pound cougar that was removed from an apartment in New York’s Bronx neighborhood, where she was illegally kept as a pet, have animal welfare officials said Monday. , August 30, 2021. The cougar, nicknamed Sasha, spent the weekend at the Bronx Zoo […]

Ventura DA will not press charges against Britney Spears for allegedly striking

CNN – Regional By Travis Schlepp Click here for updates on this story VENTURA COUNTY, Calif. (KEYT) – Popstar Britney Spears will not face charges for allegedly hitting one of her employees. Ventura County District Attorney Erik Nasarenko announced on Wednesday that Spears would not be charged with any felony related to an alleged incident […]

A proactive approach to the treatment of osteoarthritis

Dycus is director and chief of orthopedic surgery at the Nexus Veterinary Bone & Joint Center in Baltimore, Maryland; medical director of Nexus Veterinary Specialists in Baltimore; and co-founder and director of the Veterinary Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation Institute, an online subscription resource for animal health professionals. An accomplished speaker, he has spoken to veterinary […]

Curtain peeling off veterinary mental health

CLEVELAND – Dr. Elizabeth Wierczorek loves being a veterinarian. She works almost every day. She sees patients physically and virtually and checks in via email. Even with the long hours, she loves what she does. “Since I was little, I have always loved animals. The typical “oh that always fed my soul,” Wierczorek said. “It’s […]

“Gift Of Movement” inspires dancers at the Waldoboro studio

Left to right: Christina Pagurko, 13, Michaela Lacrosse, 16, Elle Stevens, 16, Mya Krawic, 13 and Sopna Atkinson Tatro, 19, at the new DanceMaineia studio in Waldoboro. The five students were there to practice a jazz routine for an upcoming show at the Waldo Theater. (photo by Bisi Cameron Yee) Five dance students rehearse for […]

The Mill, Felice, JOKR, Brilliant Veterinary Care, Upper 90 Soccer, Key Food

Posted on Aug 21, 2021 at 7:43 am by West Sider The mill, a Korean restaurant that had existed since 1986 at 2895 Broadway off 113th Street, has closed. A note on the door said “the pandemic, the labor shortages and everything in between was too much to overcome.” The mill was popular in the […]

‘Sir. Brown, oldest brown lemur in North America, dies at Naples Zoo

NAPLES, Florida – The Naples Zoo announced the death of North America’s oldest male brown lemur on Monday. The male lemur named “Mr. Brown” died Thursday August 5 at the age of 39, zoo officials said in a press release. Credit: Naples Zoo According to the Naples Zoo, he was the oldest living brown lemur […]

Animal shelters almost full – Winnipeg Free Press

Animal shelters across the city are facing what Winnipeg Humane Society CEO Jessica Miller calls a “perfect storm.” Shelters such as the humane society are operating at almost full capacity due to northern wildfires, summer weather, and the pandemic. Fur babies left behind The residents of some Manitoba First Nations have been evacuated due to […]

Keeping Small Animals Safe In Fire – Red Bluff Daily News

Many of us are not ready to evacuate quickly with not only our families but also our pets. As harsh as the reality is, animals left behind in an emergency may not survive. In recent years, as thousands of people fled their homes, with or without warning, thousands of cats, dogs, horses and other livestock […]

Veterinary Care Market Expected to Show Significant Growth Through 2027, SWOT Analysis, Covid-19 Analysis, Company Growth, and Segment Analysis

Veterinary Care Market The size is expected to grow from USD xx in 2021 to USD xx by 2027, at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of xx during the forecast period. Due to the expansion of the geriatric population and the increasing number of people diagnosed with chronic diseases such as heart problems, diabetes, […]