Join Us For a Free Webinar on Pet Emergencies

You're invited to FACE's free educational webinar on common pet emergencies.  Lean about the kinds of emergencies seen most often by veterinarians and how to avoid them! The webinar will be held over Zoom on Monday, January 11, 2021 from 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Pacific Time. We're excited to welcome presenter Dr. Erica O'Donnell, … Continue reading Join Us For a Free Webinar on Pet Emergencies

Veterinarians Ask for Your Patience During COVID-19 Pandemic

A recent article in USA Today highlights some of the challenges faced by both pet owners and veterinary practices as they work to keep pets healthy during these difficult times. The public health and safety measures initiated by veterinary offices have led to longer wait times for appointments, both in booking them and waiting for … Continue reading Veterinarians Ask for Your Patience During COVID-19 Pandemic

You’re Invited to FACE’s Free Webinar on Pet Cancer Awareness

Join us on Monday, June 29th from 4:00 to 5:00 p.m. PDT for a free live webinar on pet cancer awareness and screening. Dr. David Proulx, a veterinary oncologist from VCA California Veterinary Specialists will discuss incidence of cancer in pets and the importance of early detection. Click HERE to register now for this free … Continue reading You’re Invited to FACE’s Free Webinar on Pet Cancer Awareness

How Vets and the Public View Pain Sensitivity in Dog Breeds

While we know that different people have varying degrees of tolerance for physical pain, what do veterinarians and members of the public think about pain sensitivity in different dog breeds?  A new study asked both veterinarians and the general public to rate pain sensitivity in 28 dog breeds. The findings show that both owners and … Continue reading How Vets and the Public View Pain Sensitivity in Dog Breeds

Video Outlines Mental Health Crisis Among Veterinary Professionals

A sobering new video produced by Dr. Carrie Turnbull of the Staunton River Veterinary Clinic in Virginia might come as a surprise to many pet owners. The suicide rate among veterinarians is significantly higher than the rate for the general population.  One study conducted by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found that … Continue reading Video Outlines Mental Health Crisis Among Veterinary Professionals