Category Archives: Veterinary Care

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 […]

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 […]