The dvm360 Five - Episode 6

The dvm360 Five - Episode 6

In this edition of the Five, we report on Las Vegas' gamble to tackle pet overpopulation, hear from UC Davis elephant researchers, and more.
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Dec 21, 2009
By dvm360.com staff

Time again for The dvm360-Five. Give us five minutes, and we’ll update you with the veterinary news, medicine, and business information you need to know right now.

In this edition of the Five, we report on Las Vegas’ gamble to tackle pet overpopulation, talk about which dog breeds are hurt most by secondhand smoke, hear from UC Davis elephant researchers, see footage of an Asian pachyderm demonstrating tool use, and we find out how Busch Gardens recently helped Floridians unload their exotic pets.

Have we piqued your interest? Here's more...

Additional video: More on researching behavior in Asian elephants

Additional audio: More on Busch Gardens' successful exotic amnesty day

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