Americans spent $4.5 billion on pet healthcare products in 2013

New data released by the Animal Health Institute (AHI) estimates that Americans spent $7.5 billion on medicines for pets and livestock in 2013 — a figure essentially unchanged from 2012, not just adjusted for inflation.

According to the AHI news release, 60% of all known diseases are those that can pass between animals and humans, […]

Mosquito woes: Protecting horses from insect-borne illnesses

By James Little, DVM

Equine and companion animal professional services veterinarian

Neogen

 

Mosquitoes are not just those little annoying insects that drive us crazy at dusk. Along with their painful bites, mosquitoes also can carry viruses that can cause deadly diseases in horses. Late summer into autumn is the time of […]

Belated Monday links (because Tuesdays need some love too)

Neogen announces third quarter revenue and income increases

Want to know how we did this past quarter? Check out the press release here.

What is preventative care?

Fully Vetted’s Dr. Jennifer Coates gives readers a rundown on what to expect from spring preventative care for our beloved furry (or not so furry) friends.

Q&A with […]