MSPCA-Angell to divert some emergency cases amidst high patient volume, veterinary shortage

share on Facebook Twitter share An “unprecedented” number of new patients, in addition to a nationwide veterinary shortage, will cause Angell Animal Medical Center to divert some of the incoming…

Study confirms cases of human-to-cat COVID-19 transmission

April 23 (UPI) – People infected with COVID-19 who have cats as pets can pass the virus on to their feline companions, and the cats can develop life-threatening respiratory symptoms,…

COVID-19 in B.C.: Over 300 new instances; virus transmission between people and cats; and extra

The number of new cases remained above the 300 mark today, but active cases continue to decline. The BC Center for Disease Control (BCDCC) and the BC Department of Agriculture,…

Instances of kennel cough on the rise in canines

COMSTOCK PARK, me. – Nikki Abbott worried when her dog Finnegan started behaving differently a few months after they had him as a puppy. “When a puppy coughs your heart…

Vet’s warning as circumstances of lethal canine virus surge after growth in lockdown puppies

Pet owners were urged to get their dogs vaccinated after suspicions of deadly parvoviruses rose by 129 percent. Infections rose in the first three months of 2021 compared to the…

Scientists establish two instances the place people have contaminated cats with Covid-19

A team of scientists has identified two known cases of human-to-cat transmission of Covid-19 in the UK. The study, led by the University of Glasgow and published on the Veterinary…

Licensed Chemical sellers advise to refer canine chew circumstances to hospitals

The deputy director of veterinary services in charge of public veterinary health and food safety, Dr. Geoffrey Akabua, has appealed to licensed chemical vendors to refer those who report dog…

Guinea worm nearer to eradication as circumstances halve in a 12 months

The reduction in cases is to be welcomed in the health community as the coronavirus pandemic increases worldwide. Despite cuts to many programs around the world, the Carter Center said…