Jenifer Chatfield, DVM, DACZM, DACVPM
The spotlight illuminates an often-ignored zoonotic infection, as well as its causes and effects.
A One Health expert outlines the many factors involved in determining who will receive a vaccine and urges us—for the time being—to keep calm and mask on.
Its as important as the air you breathe and you should probably be wearing a veterinary surgical mask because of it. Lets talk biosecurity and the importance of universal precautions.
The short answer is yes, and the long answer is sort of and it depends. But what does that mean for your veterinary practice?
Print this PDF to educate your veterinary clients on the dangers of outdoor living for domestic housecats.
I know what you're thinking: "Didn't we get rid of rabies?" It depends on which domesticated species we're talking about. In dogs, we're doing great! In cats, not so much.