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News wrap-up: This week’s veterinary headlines, plus 4 big cats rescued from abandoned roadside zoo
Check out this week’s highlights.
Happy Friday everyone! The work week is finally coming to a close and we are ready to enjoy the nice summer weather this weekend. As you prepare for a vacation or staycation, we are here to give you the latest news in veterinary medicine to keep you up to date.
Here is what was trending this week on dvm360.com:
- Maine Veterinary Medical Center recently became the target of public vitriol after a story regarding a surrendered German Sheppard puppy in need of immediate care was made public
- The Oakland Zoo, Turpentine Creek Refuge, and Lions, Tigers, and Bears joined forces to save a trio of tigers and a lion that was abandoned by a roadside zoo in Oklahoma.
- In this Q&A, Dane Whitaker, DVM, MVPM, president of PrideVMC, discusses the mission of PrideVMC, the Gender Identity Bill of Rights, and how the organization is celebrating Pride Month.
- A 2-month-old rescue emu from Wisconsin became the first emu to use a wheelchair after he was found in extremely poor condition.
- On this latest episode of The Vet Blast Podcast, Jennifer Vitucci, DVM, CCRT, joined Adam Christman, DVM, MBA, to discuss shock wave technology and how it provides treatment for pain without sedation.
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