Wrap up: Mella Pet Care to appear on hit show Shark Tank, and other veterinary news


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In the meantime, here is what was popular this week on dvm360.com:

  • Mella Pet Care announced this week that it will be featured on the March 1, 2024, episode of the hit ABC television show Shark Tank to pitch some of their products to the Sharks to hopefully accelerate product development, expanding distribution channels, and raise brand awareness.
  • Fort Worth Zoo welcomed Jameela, a female baby gorilla, on January 5, 2024, after the staff at the zoo as well as human medical professionals joined forces to delivery her by caesarean section, the first in the Zoo’s history.
  • North Carolina State University ophthalmologists recently helped Myra, a show-jumping horse, after her eye infection became severe, leading to the largest equine corneal transplant that has ever been reported.
  • On this week’s episode of The Vet Blast Podcast, Jason Balara, DVM, DACVS(SA), and host Adam Christman, DVM, MBA, discussed real estate investment and the power it holds for veterinary professionals, and their families.
  • To help prepare your clients for protecting their pets against toxic flowers this spring, here are some of the most common toxic flowers to help teams educate clients before their pet ends up in the emergency room.
  • Zoo caretakers at the Micke Grove Zoo noticed that Trini, a 10-year-old female snow leopard, had a fractured canine tooth. The issue was then treated thanks to help from the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine.
  • And more!
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