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
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.
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
Dr. Lesley Smith talks pet pain management and acupuncture with NBC 15′s Leigh Mills.
Folklore depicts owls as old and wise, and Jessie, a Great Horned Owl from the Hoo Haven rescue in Durand, Ill., definitely fits the profile. At least 16 years old, she has lived well beyond the average lifespan of her … Continue reading
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 5/3/13 CONTACT: Christopher Snyder, 608-890-0906, email@example.com MADISON – In June, UW Veterinary Care will participate in the second annual American Veterinary Dental College (AVDC) Service Dog Oral Health Exam program. With the help of veterinary dental specialists … Continue reading
With April designated as National Cancer Control Month, DugDug spoke with Dr. David Vail, DVM, and the Barbara A. Suran Chair in Comparative Oncology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, to learn more about the current state of and future developments … Continue reading
MADISON, Wis. — Dogs always have been known as loyal companions to humans. These days, they’re increasingly helping each other — by giving their blood.