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Veterinarians can expect calls after recent reports of canine influenza

  • 15 June 2017
  • Author: Anna
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Veterinarians can expect calls after recent reports of canine influenza
Looking for information about canine influenza after hearing about the recent outbreak? AVMA has a variety of educational resources for pet owners and veterinary staff about transmission, diagnosis, treatment, and more. Start here: http://bit.ly/2rsKCzL

New resources offer education on service, support and therapy animals

  • 8 June 2017
  • Author: 3 Sided Media
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New resources offer education on service, support and therapy animals
There is no doubt that animals play important roles assisting people with disabilities and as part of therapeutic activities, but not everyone is familiar with the role of each type of assistance animal, or where and how they may be granted access to public spaces. New resources on the AVMA’s website help clarify the different roles of service, assistance, and therapy animals, including those used for emotional support. One of these resources is a new peer-reviewed white paper: Assistance Animals: Rights of Access and the Problem of Fraud. Read more about this new web page at http://bit.ly/2r6axeo.

Unadoptable dog turns into Ohio's first official police Pitbull

  • 2 June 2017
  • Author: 3 Sided Media
  • Number of views: 4735
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Unadoptable dog turns into Ohio's first official police Pitbull
As of May 19, Detective Leonard is officially on duty.

National Heat Awareness Day: How To Protect Your Pet From Heatstroke

  • 26 May 2017
  • Author: 3 Sided Media
  • Number of views: 3942
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National Heat Awareness Day: How To Protect Your Pet From Heatstroke

The last Friday of May is marked National Heat Awareness Day, as excessive heat results in thousands of fatalities across the United States every year. Many of those affected by heat waves which also cause dehydrations are children and elderly people.

Why Are Cats So Quirky About Drinking?

  • 19 May 2017
  • Author: 3 Sided Media
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Why Are Cats So Quirky About Drinking?

When it comes to drinking, most dogs aren't very picky. Slimy water bowl, muddy puddle — even an open toilet bowl will do in a pinch. But cats, on the other hand, are typically much more particular. Some won't drink out of a water bowl if it's near their food bowl. Others prefer a fountain or even the kitchen sink. Some picky kitties won't sip from plastic or metal containers. Some of these preferences harken back to their ancestors and survival instincts. But in some cases it's just cats being ... well, cats.

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