To address the 9 lions and tigers showing signs of SARS-CoV-2, zoo officials are monitoring the cats closely by managing their access to the outdoor habitats, providing anti-inflammatories and anti-nausea treatment medication, and much more.
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In a recent interview, Phil Tucak, BSc, BVMS, offered an update on the strides Australian organizations have been taking to restore and protect wildlife affected by the 2019-2020 wildfires.
The legislation will require food containing the substance toxic to pets—xylitol—to include a warning label highlighting its harmful effects.
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Trying to find time to sleep as a veterinarian is hard enough—especially when a family shows up on your doorstep in the middle of the night with a veterinary emergency.