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March 12 2020

Veterinarians Might Be On Cutting Edge of Helping to Treat COVID-19

A relief to pet owners: there’s no evidence that companion animals such as dogs or cats can be infected with the new coronavirus COVID-19, according to the World Health Organization. Corona viruses aren’t new to veterinarians. They sometimes treat canine corona virus, And for decades veterinarians have been unable to treat a mutation of the…

February 12 2020

Pets Are Paying a Price for the Whuhan Corona Virus, Though they Don’t Get Sick or Spread the Virus

Here’s the story not being talked about regarding the corona virus: Dogs and cats are paying an ultimate price, though there’s zero evidence they can get sick this new corona virus strain or act as a conduit to transmit the corona virus to people. Still people are abandoning their pets, letting them outdoors to fend…

June 19 2018

Rain May Be Linked to Increase in Leptospirosis

More rain means more water on the ground, even puddles. Rain might be associated with the spread of leptospirosis. This is a bacterial infection which dogs (or potentially even people) can get from infected wildlife. Rodents (like city rats) are especially adept at spreading lepto by urinating in a puddle, condo retention pond, river, stream…

April 18 2018

Ovarian Cancer Symptom Awareness: Dogs Sniffing Cancer

The pet world lost one of the best journalists its ever had last February with the passing of Darlene Arden due to ovarian cancer. Darlene was a sister in sound, hosting her own pet radio show for several years; authored many well-researched and award-winning books about pets – including the seminal book about toy breeds…

August 22 2016

Steve Dale to Keynote Ovarian Cancer Symptom Awareness Event

Chicago’s Respected Pet Journalist, Steve Dale, Introduces The Ovarian Cancer Symptom Awareness Organization’s Newest Veterinary Outreach Program Member          CONTACT:    CHRISTINE ROSKO CELL: 815-931-3365 EMAIL: [email protected] *** MEDIA ALERT *** Saturday, August 27, 2016   Human/animal bond-inspired campaign first launched in Illinois expands reach WHO:           Integrative Pet Care, Veterinary Rehabilitation,…

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