North Carolina Animal Control laws requires the owner of every dog and cat over four months of age to have the animal vaccinated against rabies.
Pet Health Care
The Broome County Health Department in conjunction with the Front Street Dog Shelter Alliance will hold its first rabies vaccination clinic for 2007.
The popular springtime pets often carry Salmonella, a bacterium that causes a diarrheal illness.
Menu Foods Income Fund has provided an update on its March 16 pet food recall, which represents an important step forward on identifying the issue's cause.
The Food Laboratory received the pet food samples from a toxicologist at the New York State Animal Health Diagnostic Center, where testing has been underway to identify the cause of kidney failure in dogs and cats that consumed the recalled brands of pet food.
The disparity between care of domestic animals in the developed world and human beings in sub-Saharan Africa is obscene.
Natural Life Nutritional Pet Products wishes to reassure our many loyal pet parents and those considering our products for the first time that all of our products, both dry and canned, are safe to feed pet companions.
The Food and Drug Administration has been informed that Menu Foods, Inc. is recalling all its 'cuts and gravy' style dog and cat food produced at its facility in Emporia, Kansas between December 3, 2006 and March 6, 2007.
Pet health insurance is already popular in Europe. Health insurance policies for pets protect against injuries and illness.
The County Department of Animal Services will offer a low-cost rabies vaccination, dog licensing and microchipping clinic at its Animal Shelter on Sunday, Mar. 18.
A molecular pathway known to have a role in the progression of bone cancer in humans is also critical to the pathology of skeletal tumors in dogs and cats.
Arlington County Government's newest disaster preparedness trailer is designed to ensure that pets have a place to go when evacuations are necessary. \n\n
Cats can become infected with the highly lethal H5N1 avian influenza virus.
Preventing human exposure to the potentially deadly disease by immunizing domestic animals and pets that could potentially carry the disease.
Reminder to et owners regarding risks of chemical rodent baits to pet health.
The quicker we can identify the problem in the more than 150 million dogs, cats or pet birds that live in approximately 40 percent of all households in US, the greater the probability we can contain a disease before it spreads to humans.
Health Canada is advising animal owners that some bottles of the veterinary drug PENPRO may have been sold without the package insert which provides the proper administration and dosage information.
Dr. Sheldon Spector, a leading allergist and clinical professor at UCLA, has designed a protocol and conducted an independent exposure trial that attests the hypoallergenic nature of the ALLERCA(R) GD cat, the world's first naturally bred hypoallergenic feline.
While the concept of good and bad fats may be an effective way for humans to monitor the quality of their diets, it is not an appropriate concept for dogs and cats, according to a report in the September 1 issue of the Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association.
In general, dogs and cats have more good cholesterol than bad cholesterol in their bodies, no matter what types of fat they eat.