Cuddling a cat can be good for the soul, but caring for a cat could lead to the opposite effect. Indeed, a parasite found in the feces of infected cats can trigger explosive emotions in humans a new study suggests.
As a practice manager, office manager, or hospital administrator, do you ever wonder if your compensation and benefits are similar to that of your colleagues? The results of a recent survey can tell you.
The AAHA Austin 2016 Yearly Conference begins Thursday, March 31, and it is shaping up to be one of AAHA’s best conferences yet. AAHA plans to release several announcements during the conference’s Opening Session ceremony on Thursday.
The Animal Care Centers of N.Y.C. shelter now offers “speed dating” for rabbits to help their owners help them find a companion for the lonely hours when no one is home, reported The New York Times on Feb. 5.
Historically, early retinal degeneration (ERD), an inherited canine retinal disease that leaves dogs sightless within a year of birth, was attributed to the eye’s inability to regenerate its photoreceptor cells, rods, and cones.
A preventive healthcare program enables a practice to take its patient care to the next level. But where do you begin? And how do you assess the value of the tools and resources available?
The American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) is proud to announce Heather Loenser, DVM as the 2016 recipient of the American Pet Products Association (APPA) and Pet Industry Distributors Association (PIDA)’s annual Excellence in Journalism and Outstanding Contributions to the Pet Industry Award. Loenser is AAHA’s staff Veterinary Advisor for Professional and Public Affairs.
The first day of spring is Sunday, March 20, and with its arrival come longer days and lighter thoughts, include around love and romance. To that end, consider taking some lessons from our avian friends.
Preventive healthcare is a win-win-win for clients, patients, and practices. And now, there’s a free certificate program to help your practice implement one.