This week on Seattle Seahawks mascot successful has a mass removed, and other veterinary news


Here is a sneak peek at this week’s headlines



Good afternoon dvm360® readers and happy first week of April! We hope that everyone had a great March and look forward to an even better April. As we head into a new month, we will continue to provide veterinary professionals with the latest news in veterinary medicine.

Check out what you can find this week on

  • In a recap from her session at last month’s Fetch dvm360 conference, Laura Gaylord, DVM, DACVIM (Nutrition) gave updates on what veterinary professionals should know about what is out there in the fresh pet food industry.
  • After traveling to Ukraine to help provide veterinary care to pets affected by the war, Jon Geller, DVM, DABVP, founder and national director of The Street Dog Coalition, shared more about his experience.
  • On this week’s episode of The Vet Blast Podcast, Peter Weinstein, DVM, MBA, and Kelley Detweiler, a DEA and regulatory compliance expert sat down with host Adam Christman to discuss xylazine.
  • Seattle Seahawk’s live mascot Taima was admitted to the Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine where he successfully had a mass removed from his left foot.
  • Good Charities, in cooperation with Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health and The Animal Rescue Site, kicked off its 3rd Good Flights program, and successfully transported over 8,800 at-risk shelter pets from the South to new homes on the East and West Coast.
  • And more!
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