Studies continue to show that allowing employees to bring their pets to work is good business because it's good for employee morale, and that's good for the bottom line. And there's no better time to take note of that than today—the 21st annual Take Your Dog to Work Day (TYDTWD). TYDTWD was [...]
Fri, Jun 21, 2019
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More dogs are getting sick as climate change pushes diseases into new parts of the US As if this year's storms, floods and heat waves weren't enough to worry you, some experts fear climate change is also expanding the distribution of diseases that can sicken or even kill dogs, putting more [...]
Thu, Jun 20, 2019
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“Pet medications are predicted to become one of the highest growth areas of the pet industry.” —Packaged Factsby M. Carolyn Miller, MA Mention “inventory management” to some veterinary professionals and you're liable to hear some groans—about the detail required, the neverending monitoring, and the inevitable inventory bloopers, like the time you [...]
Thu, Jun 20, 2019
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It turns out the shape of the skull may not be the only reason some short-snouted dog breeds have trouble breathing. The culprit could be a genetic mutation. Certain breeds of dogs and cats are prone to difficult, obstructive breathing—a condition called brachycephalic obstructive airway syndrome (BOAS) because of the shape of [...]
Wed, Jun 19, 2019
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