FDA approves generic carprofen chewable for dogs

The new drug has been proven safe and effective in relieving pain and inflammation associated with osteoarthritis.

Could storage mites in pet food lead to false-positive food allergy diagnoses?

Researchers recently reviewed the published literature about growth of storage mites on commercial dry pet foods.

Why we need more veterinary colleges at HBCUs

One veterinary student explains why establishing veterinary medicine programs at historically black colleges and universities (HBCU) is key to addressing systemic racism within the profession.

Episode 7: Creating a new field in veterinary medicine

In this Episode of The Vet Blast Podcast, pioneer of holistic veterinary medicine, Dr. Allen Schoen talks with Dr. Adam Christman about the evolution and continued growth of complementary and alternative veterinary medicine.

DNA debunks age-old ratio for dog years to human years

By tracking age-related progressions in gene methylation patterns of dogs and comparing them with those previously observed in people, researchers have constructed a new “epigenetic clock” for translating dog years to human years.

Quiet, please!

When a client won’t stop talking for long enough to allow you complete your diagnostic evaluation, sometimes you have to resort to strange measures.