June is Adopt a Cat Month, and I hope lots of cats will be getting fur-ever homes this month. In honor of our paw-some feline friends, I am going to devote all blogposts this month to feline topics. I thought only dogs got heartworms? Dogs are more susceptible to heartworm infection than cats, but cats
June is Adopt a Cat Month, and I hope lots of cats will be getting fur-ever homes this month. In honor of our paw-some feline friends, I am going to devote all blog posts this month to feline topics. To whet your appetite for all things feline, here are some fun facts about Felis catus.
When things get tough in life, we have this deep urge to cut everything back to the bare essentials. Tough seems to be a good description for the world we are currently inhabiting, with many of us thinking about the essentials in our lives. Maslow defines the essential physiologic needs of human as food, water,
The COVID-19 pandemic has filled every news story with words that were once familiar but are now fraught with nuance. What is the difference between infection and disease? Are SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19 the same thing? Why are there different tests? In this blog post, I’ll try to clarify some commonly misused words and provide real-life
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