Pet Health Care
DiaSys have entered into a strategic agreement for the development, validation and commercialization of worm egg counting test kits.
Most family members enjoy being outdoors during warmer weather, with plenty of time for walks, picnics, trips to the beach and other leisure activities.
Diamond Pet Foods has recalled a Nutra Nuggets 40 Lb. Lamb Meal and Rice Formula because of confirmatory testing that indicates the product may include traces of melamine resulting from cross contamination during manufacturing.
Chenango Valley Pet Foods previously recalled dry pet foods manufactured with a shipment of rice protein concentrate supplied by Wilbur-Ellis that possibly contained melamine contamination.
The Kern County Department of Public Health has just learned that tests conducted on a domesticated cat from Hart Flat, California, have been confirmed positive for Y. pestis, the bacteria that causes plague.
The El Dorado County Animal Control shelter in South Lake Tahoe is gearing up to begin its much-anticipated remodeling and expansion project.
A Lexington County man is under a doctor's care and receiving inoculations to prevent rabies after being bitten by a raccoon that has tested positive for the disease.
SmartPak Canine, pet food producer, recalls on all lots of LiveSmart Adult Lamb and Brown Rice food.
Blue Buffalo is recalling all canned dog foods sold under its "Blue" dog food brand, all canned cat food sold under its "Blue Spa Select" cat food brand, and all dog treats sold under its "Blue" dog food brand.
Wilbur-Ellis has asked all pet food producers that used their rice protein concentrate to recall dog food produced using that ingredient due to a risk that it may have been contaminated with melamine.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture and FDA have learned that byproducts from pet food manufactured with contaminated wheat gluten imported from China have been used in chicken feed on some farms in the state of Indiana.
St. Mary's County Health Department is reminding residents about the dangers of rabies, and encouraging pet owners in particular to take measures that will protect their the health of pets and animals from exposure to this potentially deadly disease.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture and FDA continue their investigation of imported rice protein concentrate which has been found to contain melamine and melamine-related compounds.
Because of the pet food recall initiated by American Nutrition Inc., Natural Balance Pet Foods has announced it is issuing a nationwide recall of a number of canned products manufactured by American Nutrition.
The Denver office of the FDA informed American Nutrition, Inc. that certain samples of rice protein shipped to its production facility have been contaminated with melamine, an industrial chemical used to make plastics and fertilizers that may be harmful to animals if consumed.
Chenango Valley Pet Foods is working with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and voluntarily recalling pet foods manufactured with a certain shipment of rice protein concentrate.
In recognition of growing concern for the health of pets and to support local pet shelters, select Kmart stores will be offering pet health check and adoption programs in May to celebrate National Pet Month.