Just like humans, our pets can have dire health emergencies that require them to visit an emergency vet. If you find yourself in a veterinary emergency situation, the normal instinct can be to simply panic — seeing your pet hurt or severely sick is enough to throw anyone off, especially if you can’t see your normal veterinarian, who knows your pet well. But if you know what to do in a veterinary emergency, you can save time and get your pet the treatment he or she needs immediately. So let’s talk about what you need to know in this type of si (more…)
Many of the things that we have in our lives our the result of behind the scene work that goes on in testing laboratories across the country and around the world. From equine infectious anemia virus antibody tests that help develop vaccines for large animals to heartworm antigen tests that provide medicines for smaller animals, laboratory work and drug development are essential. In a time when the problems of one small country around the world can quickly become an issue for both animals humans around the world, it should come as no surprise that scientists and researchers are always working on new drugs, new treatments, and new methods to test for and protect from diseases.