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Daily Archives: September 16, 2019
A cat tree should not be considered a luxury purchase for a cat owner – it should be considered a necessity. Cats rely on vertical, elevated areas in order to feel safe, to get some exercise, and of course, to have fun. (Source: Dr. Camille Torres-Henderson)
A study done at Colorado State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences suggests that emergency visits for cats and dogs increase when there’s a full moon.
The Veterinary Diagnostic Lab at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado, tested the samples and identified them to be suspected of CWD infection and will run second tests for confirmation.
The presence of a wound can throw some owners off as to the underlying cause of a horse’s pain or lameness, says Laurie Goodrich, DVM, PhD, Dipl. ACVS, professor of surgery and lameness at CSU’s Equine Hospital and Orthopaedic Research Center, in Fort Collins.
Lewis is scheduled for surgery on Tuesday at Colorado State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital in Fort Collins.
“We haven’t found anything that’s super alarming about CBD,” says Dr. Stephanie McGrath. “But on the flip side, we still know very little about it and it’s really important for owners to know that and use it with caution until we have more information.”
“It can be difficult to recognize and respond when a co-worker seems to be struggling,” says Laurie Fonken, CSU psychological counselor. “If you notice a change in their behavior, demeanor or mood, note the change and find a quiet, confidential place to check in with them.”