The Oregon Veterinary Medical Association has partnered with the American Veterinary Medical Association to help ensure that you and your colleagues can legally carry and use controlled substances in ambulatory and mobile practices.
On February 5, 2010, the USDA announced it would be discontinuing the National Animal Identification System (NAIS), which had been designed to help producers and animal health officials respond to animal disease events in the United States. A replacement system for animal traceability will be developed.
Does your pet wear an ID tag? Is it microchipped? These two forms of identification could help you to be reunited with your pet should it become lost.
Breeder’s Choice has recalled a single batch of Active Care Biscuits Healthy Dog Treats due to mold discovered in one of the lots of dog biscuits.
Virbac has issued a voluntary recall for six lots of their heartworm preventive, Iverhart Plus Flavored Chewables, due to a failure to meet stability specifications during the life of the product.
Lyme disease is a tick-borne disease affecting both dogs and humans. April is Lyme Disease prevention month.
If you own a pet, make sure you have a first aid kit at home. Here are several items pet owners should have in a first aid kit.
BARF World has recalled bags of Lamb Diet and Combination Diet with the Best By Date of 7/27/2013 (07272013).
Bravo has recalled three raw diets for dogs and cats due to the possibility of Salmonella contamination.
Heartworm is a serious, life-threatening disease that can affect both dogs and cats. The infection may cause inflammation and thickening of the pulmonary arteries, damage to the heart, liver and kidneys, and, if untreated, can lead to heart disease and death.