Rob Ordonez isn’t afraid of a little slobber. He proudly showed off video of him and a pal’s Rottweiler loving each other up. “Her name is Stella and I love her to death,” Ordonez says. “I let them lick my face definitely.”
Flyer, a 70-pound golden retriever, lies patiently on her left side on an examination table as technicians scurry around, placing little sandbags on her legs and neck to keep her still. She’s getting chest X-rays to answer a critical question: Has a deadly bone cancer spread to her lungs?
Last week’s “Pets” gave an overview of the “One Health” concept which fosters collaboration when studying overlapping issues in human, animal and environmental health. Doctors, veterinarians and scientists share findings and learn from each other.
Now, as CBS2’s Hazel Sanchez reports, there may be a way to stop time in its tracks. Zoe is the Birch family’s beloved lab. She’s still pretty spry, but has slowed considerably and shows distinct signs of old age.
Last Thursday, November 3rd was the first “One Health Day” celebrated around the globe with seminars and workshops at 140 scientific and medical institutions. “One Health” has been defined in many ways. In essence, “One Health” fosters a collaborative approach to issues which intersect human, animal and environmental health. Doctors, veterinarians and scientists share findings … Continue reading Pets, Pets, Pets