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- Drunk veterinary nurse avoids jail after disrupting plane flight
Katherine Heyes, 29, drank an entire bottle of vodka with her two friends before jetting off from Manchester to Turkey on a Thomas Cook flight in May last year.
Daily Mail. Wednesday, 8 Jul 2020.
- British shorthair cat with scoliosis makes the Internet swoon
Pitoe, a four-year-old British shorthair, was taken in as a kitten by the grandparents of veterinary
technician Marie from Belgium, who shared the story of her recsuce on Reddit.
Daily Mail. Friday, 19 Jun 2020.
- How 3 Veterinarian Best Friends Built a Business on Happy Barks and Happier Poops
On this episode of the 'Get a Real Job' podcast, a conversation with the doctors from Animal Planet's 'The Vet Life.'
Entrepreneur. Tuesday, 16 Jun 2020.
- Elanco wins conditional EU antitrust okay for $7.6 billion Bayer deal
Elanco Animal Health secured EU antitrust clearance on Monday to buy Bayer's veterinary
drugs unit after pledging to sell some products to address competition concerns about the $7.6 billion deal.
Reuters. Monday, 8 Jun 2020.
- Deadly bacterial infection in pigs deciphered
New-born piglets often die painfully from infection with an intestinal bacterium. A team of researchers has now discovered how the bacterium causes fatal intestinal bleeding. They have thus made a breakthrough in veterinary
Science Daily. Thursday, 4 Jun 2020.
- CBD improves arthritis symptoms in dogs
This study shows that in dogs diagnosed with arthritis, CBD treatment significantly improved quality of life as documented by both owner and veterinarian
Science Daily. Thursday, 28 May 2020.
- Don't abandon us, we don't transmit coronavirus, say Cairo dogs and cats
The doggies and kitties of a Cairo veterinary
clinic have an important message, and they are taking it to the internet.
Reuters. Wednesday, 27 May 2020.
- Coronavirus: Treating Delhi's dogs and cats in the pandemic
Jai Prakash, a veterinary
worker, obtained a movement pass so he can continue to treat pets and strays.
BBC News. Saturday, 2 May 2020.
- A look at how zookeepers are keeping animals entertained amid lockdown
Veterinarians and other zoo personnel are now using personal protective equipment to protect both themselves and animals from exposure, after a tiger at New York's Bronx Zoo contracted the coronavirus. ...
CBS News. Saturday, 25 Apr 2020.
- Virus puts Japanese firm's veterinary ventilators in high demand
Company is seeking approval through clinical trials for devices intended for cats and dogs to be used on humans, but already the boss is getting interest, including from the U.S.
CBS News. Monday, 13 Apr 2020.
- Cats should be kept inside if owners show coronavirus symptoms, veterinary scientists say
Pet cats should be kept inside if they live in a household where someone is suffering with the new coronavirus, veterinary
scientists have said.
CNBC. Wednesday, 8 Apr 2020.
- Illinois veterinarians volunteer to help fight coronavirus, provide equipment like ventilators
As hospitals are strapped for people and supplies, the ABC7 I-Team has learned that veterinarians are being recruited as medical help to combat the coronavirus pandemic.
ABC News. Friday, 3 Apr 2020.
- Wash Your Hands After Touching a Pet
The American Veterinary
Medical Association recommends that when handling a pet, you should always wash your hands. According to an article published in Insider, although there have been no confirmed cases in the U.S. ...
Newsmax. Thursday, 26 Mar 2020.
- Coronavirus Brings Additional Challenges For Pet Owners And Pet Shelters
Arkansans with pets could face additional dilemmas as the coronavirus continues to spread, including whether a trip to the veterinarian
is necessary. Dr. Eric Jayne is the medical director for Spay Arkansas and a veterinarian
NPR. Wednesday, 25 Mar 2020.
- FDA allows veterinarians to use telemedicine during coronavirus pandemic
The FDA said Tuesday that it's temporarily easing restrictions on veterinarians to allow them to more easily use telemedicine to treat pets during the coronavirus pandemic.
CNBC. Tuesday, 24 Mar 2020.
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