A bill approved on Wednesday (after a raucous roll call vote) by the State Senate requiring women seeking abortions to receive ultrasounds represents only one of several battles being waged by abortion foes in Wisconsin this year. Quoted: Ted Golos, … Continue reading
Larry Meiller finds out what we need to do to keep our pets healthy. He learns how food allergies are diagnosed and treated, and how common they are in our companion animals. Guest: Dr. Sandi Sawchuk, UW School of Veterinary … Continue reading
A team of U.S. researchers, including a University of Wisconsin-Madison professor, will lead a national effort to study how humans respond to viral pathogens, such as influenza, Ebola and West Nile. Yoshihiro Kawaoka, a UW-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine professor … Continue reading
Transplantation of human stem cells in an experiment conducted at the University of Wisconsin-Madison improved survival and muscle function in rats used to model ALS, a nerve disease that destroys nerve control of muscles, causing death by respiratory failure.
There’s a lot of variety in the types of pets that share our lives. Judith Siers-Poisson finds out how to take good care of fish, birds, reptiles, small mammals, and more! Guest: Kurt Sladky, DVM, Clinical Associate Professor in Zoological … Continue reading
MADISON, Wis. – Guide dogs and other service canines will get some special attention from University of Wisconsin Veterinary Care specialists.
Dr. Ron Schultz, professor and chair of pathobiological sciences at The University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine, joined us on the radio show a few months ago, via Skype. This method of broadcasting instantly adds kudos to any guest … Continue reading
Larry Meiller finds out what we need to do to keep our pets healthy. He learns why having a pet sprayed by a skunk can mean more than just a bad odor, and a heartworm medication recall to be aware … Continue reading
If you get Hoard’s Dairyman magazine, chances are you’ve either tried to judge the cows in the publication’s annual dairy cattle evaluation contest or you may have even submitted your picks. But this year, five students from the University of … Continue reading
Dr. Lesley Smith talks pet pain management and acupuncture with NBC 15′s Leigh Mills.