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  • Local professionals sanctioned by licensing boards

     
    These disciplinary and licensing actions were announced recently by Pennsylvania's licensing boards against professionals who live and work in the Lehigh Valley area. The information is taken verbatim from the PA Department of State's website, where you...
  • Letters to the Editor for Aug. 29

    Letters to the Editor for Aug. 29
    First Amendment column should continue In reference to the letter of Barry T. White, Aug. 22, 2013 I was very fortunate to attend a high school where U.S. Government was taught as part of the senior curriculum. We studied the history, whys, and...
  • Animal abuse should never be ignored

    Q: I wonder if Adam Lanza, the killer of those babies at Sandy Hook Elementary School (Newtown, CT), ever abused animals or shot at them with all those guns his mother collected. Do you know? -- S.H., Denver, CO A: I don't know the answer, but your...
  • R.K. Anderson was an icon of veterinary medicine

    Few pet owners will recognize the name Dr. R.K. Anderson, yet your pet has benefited from his advocacy. A press release from the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine called Anderson, who died Oct. 19 at age 90, a "gentle giant" in the...
  • One Health Commission all about the human-animal bond

    Dr. Roger Mahr, then president of the American Veterinary Medical Association, and Dr. Ronald Davis, late president of the American Medical Association, launched the One Health Initiative in 2007. "We formalized and expanded upon what many in the medical...
  • Deadly tick-born illness striking more cats

    Deadly tick-born illness striking more cats
    "Most people have never heard of it, and when they do it, it sounds like something from a science fiction movie," says Dr. Wes Gunter, of West Plains, MO. He's talking about an often deadly tick-born illness in cats called cytauxzoonosis. The disease is...
  • National conference explores key issues facing veterinarians

    PHOENIX, AZ - The American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) Conference, held here March 14-17, was an opportunity for over 2,100 veterinary professionals to learn the latest cutting edge news, and to advance their education. Presentations ranged from...
  • National veterinary conference singles out 'America's Favorite Vet'

    One highlight of the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) 150th Convention, held July 19-23 in Chicago, was the anniversary date itself. The Convention attracted more than 9,100 veterinary professionals. In celebration of 150 years, the non-...
  • Symposium explores links between pet and human nutrition

    PORTLAND, OR -- Issues relating to what we eat are in many cases similar to concerns about what our pets eat. "There definitely is a link," says Dr. Karyl Hurley, director of Global Scientific Affairs for Mars Petcare, who helped organize the Waltham...
  • Until there's an all clear on contamination, avoid jerky treats

    Q: You've written about jerky treats being bad for pets, so what else should I give my dog as a treat? He's accustomed to getting his jerky at night before bedtime. -- C.J., Las Vegas Q: I'm very angry and mistrusting of pet food companies now. What do I...
  • Dr. Arreola Abigail: For Love of the Animals

    Dr. Arreola Abigail: For Love of the Animals
    Early morning sunlight streams in through the windows of the El Centro Animal Clinic, providing a warm backdrop to the happy chirps and the occasional barks of the animals staying there. The happy cacophony of the place is music to an animal lover’s...
  • Veterinary Ophthalmologist uses speciality to positively touch the lives of pets and their caretakers

    Veterinary Ophthalmologist uses speciality to positively touch the lives of pets and their caretakers
    Who: Robert Swinger, 35, Fort Lauderdale Title: Owner and Chief Veterinary Ophthalmologist, Animal Eye Guys of South Florida, within the Hollywood Animal Hospital in addition to locations in Miami Beach and South Miami. Started: January 1 From:...