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- China reports first human case of Monkey B virus after veterinarian's death
in China has become the first person in the country to die of the rare Monkey B virus, according to reports.
Fox News. Wednesday, 21 Jul 2021.
- Vets share health concerns over the UK's most popular dog breed - Labrador Retrievers
Arthritis is the most significant risk to the Labrador Retriever, report experts at the Royal Veterinary
College in London.
Daily Mail. Tuesday, 13 Jul 2021.
- Renowned vet who forged a letter from Home Office inspector is struck off
Dr Sue Dyson, a European specialist in veterinary
sports medicine and rehabilitation, forged a government document in an attempt to show her study had been approved by the Home Office.
Daily Mail. Tuesday, 13 Jul 2021.
- Police Dog Heads To Surgery After Being Injured In Crash During Car Chase
Loki was taken to an emergency veterinary
Daily Caller. Monday, 5 Jul 2021.
- Shedd Aquarium veterinarians provide preventative care for 32K animals
Preventative care is a major part of the work of Shedd Aquarium's in-house veterinarians, who are responsible for the medical care of 32,000 animals.
ABC News. Friday, 25 Jun 2021.
- Russia Starts Rollout Of New COVID-19 Vaccine For Cats And Dogs
Several Russian regions have started vaccinating domestic animals against COVID-19 at veterinary
clinics. Russia's agricultural safety watchdog Rosselkhoznadzor made the announcement on May 26. ...
Radio Liberty. Saturday, 5 Jun 2021.
- Seized big cats from Tiger King Park taken in by sanctuaries
The sanctuaries are promising that the seized animals will receive proper veterinary
care, food, and housing while the government seeks permanent forfeiture.
CBS News. Wednesday, 26 May 2021.
- Vets Go Upscale to Care for Pets (and Their Owners)
The pet boom spurred by the pandemic has brought more attention to care for our four-legged friends. Veterinary
companies are opening clinics, drawing more investors to vet real estate.
New York Times. Tuesday, 25 May 2021.
- COVID-19 pet boom has veterinarians backlogged, burned out
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — During the gloomiest stretches of the pandemic, Dr. Diona Krahn's veterinary
clinic has been a puppy fest, overrun with new four-legged patients. ...
Washington Times. Wednesday, 12 May 2021.
- Dogs assist the fight against bone cancer
Comparative oncology, a rapidly-growing field of cancer research, pairs veterinarians with human doctors in the fight against cancer. ...
CBS News. Monday, 3 May 2021.
- Medivet to cash in on pandemic pets boom with £1bn sale
One of Britain's biggest chains of veterinary
clinics is to cash in on a spike in pet ownership during the pandemic by putting itself up for sale with a £1bn price tag.
Sky News. Wednesday, 21 Apr 2021.
- Russia Claims to Be the First Country to Develop Coronavirus Shots for Animals
The state veterinary
service said it had approved a vaccine for carnivores, including domestic cats and dogs.
New York Times. Friday, 2 Apr 2021.
- Dallas Zoo Zebra Dies After Being Found Injured in Exhibit
Keeya, a 6-year-old Hartmann's mountain zebra who resided at the Dallas Zoo, was found badly injured with no hope for recovery by zoologists and veterinarians Monday.
NBC. Tuesday, Mar 23 2021.
- UK coronavirus variant may cause heart issues in pets, vets warn
Early findings out from a specialist veterinary
hospital in England suggested domestic cats and dogs infected with the highly transmissible U.K. coronavirus variant developed heart issues amid a winter-time variant-fueled surge.
Fox News. Monday, 22 Mar 2021.
- Biden HHS Authorizes Veterinarians, Medical Students To Administer Coronavirus Vaccines
Veterinarians To Give COVID Shots?
Daily Caller. Friday, 12 Mar 2021.
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