Top 5 Articles for July 2018
American Veterinarian Staff
Did you miss any important news last month? These were the 5 most popular articles from July.
In a webinar, Richard T. Marconi, PhD, talked about the technology his laboratory used to develop a new Lyme disease vaccine for dogs.
Ingesting certain plants can be deadly for dogs and cats. Here’s what you need to know to educate your clients and keep your patients safe.
Feline patients that undergo anesthesia have a higher mortality rate compared with dogs and are also at a relatively greater risk of complications under anesthesia than many other species. For these reasons, the American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP) has created the first feline-specific anesthesia guidelines.
A team of veterinarians and immunologists are working diligently to distribute and promote a novel treatment: harnessing a patient’s own immune system to fight cancer through a personalized vaccine.
According to an FDA alert, dogs developing dilated cardiomyopathy that are not typically prone to the disease have 1 thing in common—they’ve been fed diets containing legumes, lentils, and potatoes as the main ingredients.