This pretty kitty was found as a stray and taken in by her new adoptive mom. Her back leg seemed injured and a trip to her vet, A Cat's View Veterinary Hospital, confirmed that London had *two* fractured back legs and she also had sustained trauma to her tail, which required a partial amputation. London's … Continue reading Meet FACE Success Story London
An archaeological dig at an early Roman port city on the coast of the Red Sea in Egypt called Berenice has unearthed what is believed to be the earliest known cemetery for domestic pets (mostly cats and dogs but also monkeys). According to an article on the discovery in Science, the burials took place around … Continue reading Archaeologists Find Earliest Known Pet Cemetery
Researchers at the Royal Veterinary College in the UK conducted a study which found that the health and well-being of domestic rabbits improves when they are housed with a companion. Animal welfare advocates report that this is significant because about half of pet rabbits are housed singly. The study looked at rabbits living in a … Continue reading Study Shows Pet Rabbits Do Better in Pairs
Veterinarians at the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University are advising pet owners to keep face masks out of reach of their dogs after seeing a rise in face mask ingestion cases. Dogs that swallow masks can experience life-threatening gastrointestinal obstructions. In one case, a young Labrador Retriever ingested two face masks. X-rays … Continue reading Vets Report Cases of Ingested Face Masks in Dogs
How sweet is Adonis? This handsome boy loves spending quality time with his human family. Recently he stopped being his usual energetic self. His veterinary team at Mohnacky Animal Hospital of Carlsbad found that he swallowed some bouncy balls that needed to be surgically removed. His family has been struggling with financial and health issues … Continue reading Meet FACE Success Story Adonis!