July 2021

American Horse Publications (June 23) – Equine veterinarians can help protect their clients’ broodmares and unborn foals from nocardioform placentitis (NP) with new disease guidelines published by the American Association of Equine Practitioners. Dr. Igor…
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Local Rabbit Population

July 25, 2021 / In the News

News-Gazette (July 23) – A reader inquired about a perceived increase in the number of garden-destroying rabbits, and Dr. Samantha Sander, director of the Wildlife Medical Clinic, replied: “The rabbit population can fluctuate from year…
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Breast Cancer Treatment Breakthrough

July 24, 2021 / In the News

Science Daily (July 22) – A new approach to treating breast cancer kills 95-100% of cancer cells in mouse models of human estrogen-receptor-positive breast cancers and their metastases in bone, brain, liver and lungs. The…
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Separation Anxiety in Pets

July 23, 2021 / In the News

McDonough County Voice (July 21) – The return to “normalcy” will be hard for household pets that experience separation anxiety when their owners go back to work. “Separation anxiety is particularly common among animals that have…
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Pets and Parked Cars Don’t Mix

July 23, 2021 / In the News

RiverBender.com (July 24) – Experts from the University of Illinois Veterinary Teaching Hospital advice safety for pets in the hot summer months. https://www.riverbender.com/articles/details/pets-and-parked-cars-dont-mix-other-summer-tips-51848.cfm

Protect Yourself from Ticks

July 15, 2021 / In the News

Vox (July 15) – Ticks like the Gulf Coast tick that’s found in the Southeast and part of Arizona appear to be moving north, as does the American dog tick. According to Rebecca Lee Smith,…
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