This sweet little face belongs to Tinker Bell! Recently Tinker Bell began showing signs of pain and she stopped eating. Her veterinarian suspected pancreatitis. Unfortunately, Tinker Bell's family has been stuggling through these difficult times and had to file for bankruptcy. They were unable to afford the costs associated with a proper diagnosis or treatment. … Continue reading Meet FACE Success Story Tinker Bell
Has your veterinarian expanded her practice to include telehealth visits? Many vets are now using technology to accommodate the need for remote veterinary services. Is it worth scheduling a telehealth visit for your pet? According to the American Animal Hospital Association, telehealth visits can be helpful in a variety of situations. They include: Consultations about … Continue reading The Benefits of Veterinary Telehealth Appointments
This pretty girl is Karma, a 3 year old cat adopted when she was a kitten by her "dad" William. Karma began showing signs of mouth pain and her vet at Banfield Pet Hosptial found that she had two badly abscessed teeth. Karma needed dental surgery and since William had been laid off due to … Continue reading Meet FACE Success Story Karma!
A large-scale study of the veterinary health records of over 1750 dogs in the UK has identified breed risk factors for the development of osteosarcoma, a painful and aggressive bone tumor in dogs. While previous studies have shown that larger dogs are more at risk than smaller dogs, this retrospective study identified some breed-specific … Continue reading Study Finds Large, Long-Limbed Dog Breeds have Higher Risk for Bone Cancer
You're invited to join FACE and Jennifer Lee, the Executive Director of the San Diego House Rabbit Society, for a free webinar on Friday, March 19, 2021 at 4:00-5:00 p.m. (Pacific time) on Zoom. The webinar will cover rabbit ownership and rabbit handling. We will also discuss an issue of concern here in the western … Continue reading Join Us for a Free Webinar on Rabbit Care