Dr. Jenkins demonstrates a general physical examination in rabbits.
Zoo Miami mourns loss of friendly red fox Swift
She suffered from a liver torsion causing internal bleeding then ultimately, cardiac arrest
The complicated reality of the human-animal bond
Dr Doug Mader provides readers an inside look at the inspiration behind his book, plus how a tragic accident changed the trajectory of his career
First-ever tamandua birth at Los Angeles Zoo
"Lesser anteater" born in late August appears healthy and is bonding with its mom
How do you even anesthetize a fish anyway?
An boarded anesthesiologist and aquatic medicine expert walks through his approach to fish anesthesiology
ACVIM offers a new fellowship opportunity
The program allows specialists to gain professional distinction by using the ACVIM fellow credential
3 “bearcats” born at Zoo Atlanta
The first binturongs to be born at the zoo
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