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Service Dogs Supporting Military Veterans

Fighting for our nation, making all sorts of personal sacrifices for the good of country, you’d think our U.S. Veteran’s Administration (USVA) would have their backs providing or at least supporting service dogs for veterans. According to the U.S. Veteran’s Administration (and other sources), there’s more Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Syndrome (PTSD) diagnosed today than…

Winn Feline FIP Symposium: Special Issue Bridge Club

Brenda Andresen and Catherine Haskins founded The Bridge Club to banter about a wide variety of issues in veterinary medicine, and to celebrate the profession, veterinary news or just about anything they can find an excuse to toast. Clearly, they are all about celebrating and connecting people together. In this special issue, the celebration is…

PACT Act: Why Should We Even Care?

Comment regarding my post on PACT Act — which stands for Preventing Animal Cruelty and Torture, bipartisan legislation which passed the House of Representatives in October and the Senate November 6, and did so unanimously. “We don’t need this. We already have laws about it. What about people cruelty? You’re all more concerned about animals…

PURRsuing FIP and WINNing, Email Your FIP Questions!

PURRsuing FIP and WINNing is a unique Symposia in veterinary medicine. Never before has a coalition experts like this come together to discuss a feline disease. And you can participate three different ways: Attend in person (Register HERE) Attend virtually (Register HERE) Ask a question in advance for a panelist or moderator:email [email protected] The Winn…

Weighing in on Winn Feline Foundation FIP Symposium

It’s mind blowing to even think about, a cure for feline infectious peritonitis. It’s really within out grasps, and kittens are actually being cured. I talk on my national Steve Dale’s Pet World radio show about feline infectious peritonitis or FIP with the immediate past president of the Winn Feline Foundation, Dr. Glenn Olah. This…

Neutralizing Allergies to Cats

Around 20 percent of people are allergic to cats, at least to one extent or another. Allergies to cats are the most common allergy in humans, according to Dr. Ebenezer Satyaraj, director of Molecular Nutrition at Purina. As a result, thousands or even millions who might live with a cat just don’t or they relinquish…

NAVC Cutting Edge Veterinary Medicine on WGN Radio

Dr. Dana Varble, vice president of veterinary education North American Veterinary Community (NAVC) talks with me HERE on my Steve Dale’s Pet World show on WGN Radio about NAVC’s post graduate institute and their amazing rice pudding. Mostly, we chat about what’s new and what’s cutting edge in veterinary medicine, including artificial intelligence. And Varble…

Dog Flu Vaccine: Now Is the Time to Vaccinate

More kennels and boarding facilities are mandating the dog flu or canine influenza vaccine than ever before. This is recommended by many experts, as the vast majority of dogs have no immunity to the highly contagious dog flu. The mandated vaccine protects dogs boarded over days or even visiting or dog cay care. While the…

Winn Feline Foundation President on FIP Symposium

Winn Feline Foundation President Dr. Drew Weigner talks on my national Steve Dale’s Pet World radio show about Pursuing FIP and WINNing: A Winn Feline Foundation Symposium, November 16-17 at University of California Davis. Winn Feline is a non-profit that funds cat health studies, and has focused on supporting FIP research for decades, most recently…

A New Virus is a Factor in Some Types of Cancers in Cats

A new virus recently discovered by Sydney, Australia researchers is now believed to be a significant factor in the development of liver cancer and other cancers in cats. Further research into the virus could lead to novel anti-cancer therapies and even vaccines to prevent some kinds of cancers in cats. Julia Beatty, professor of Feline…

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