National Animal Safety and Protection Month: Tips to keep you and your animals safe

While many people are gearing up for Halloween this time of year, October is also known as National Animal Safety and Protection Month and is a time when veterinarians and others who work with or around animals take time to raise awareness about animal safety.

On the companion animal side, for example, one expert suggests […]

Winter is here: Time to protect your animals

With massive amounts of snow expected along the East Coast and cold winter temperatures creeping across the United States, several weather advisories and safety warnings have been issued over the course of the past few days. These advisories are not just reserved for the human population, however. In a recent article, one veterinarian explains the […]

Tuesday links

Don’t have time to scour the internet for the latest food safety, animal safety, and agriculture news? Relax, we’ve got it covered.

Animal Science

Cat got your tongue? New research says ‘no’ – Science Daily The study represents the first glimpse into how domestic cats perceive bitterness in food at a molecular level, and could […]

Kick off June with Monday Links

[ SPANISH ] Happy June, everyone! Today marks the first Monday links post of June, and there is a lot of news happening in the world. Don’t have time to scour the interwebs for all of the big news stories? No worries — we have you covered. (Plus: Stay tuned for a special announcement at […]

FYI: Poisonous medications for your pets

Once upon a time, my cat, Yoshi, was put on antidepressants. He was given fluoxetine (Prozac®) to calm his rampant nerves from a neighborhood cat that liked to lurk at our front door. I can still remember holding him in my arms as we pried open his mouth and squirted the liquid medication into his […]