Tag Archives: animals

COVID-19 & Pets: Your Questions Answered

A screenshot of a video in which Dr. Ann Hohenhaus answers questions about COVID-19 and pets

This week’s blog post is a bit of a departure from our regularly scheduled programming. Since the current COVID-19 outbreak is at the front of everyone’s minds, I conducted a Facebook Live event last week to answer questions from concerned pet owners. You can watch the full video and read the transcript below. At the

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Taking Medical Photos of Your Pet

A woman taking a selfie with a dog

The smartphone has revolutionized much of life today. Not only can we stay in constant contact with family and friends, but we can also listen to music, watch sporting events, and record life’s important moments in photographs and video. In a previous blog post, I suggested how you could use your smartphone to keep your

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Finding the Right Sitter for Your Pet

A young man with a dog

In my last blog post, I wrote how smart devices like automatic feeders and pet cams make pet families lives easier. Technology is a poor substitute for a human being who watches over your pet while you are away on a business trip or vacation. Since I recommended a human pet sitter and not a

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Diabetes: Pets and People

A cat curled up in a cat bed

November is American Diabetes Month. To highlight how veterinarians care for pets with diabetes, I thought I would tell the story of one of my patients, a fluffy, grey and white cat named Stone. Stone is a youngster, just under two years of age. He came to see me because his owner had noticed weight loss

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Going Viral: AMC’s One Health Day Event

Going Viral: One Health Day

November 3, 2018, marks the third annual One Health Day, a global campaign celebrating the need for a One Health approach to address shared health threats at the human-animal-environment interface. The One Health concept uses a transdisciplinary approach to recognizing and caring for the interconnected health of humans, animals, plants, and our shared environment. To

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