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An early, proactive approach to keeping canine joints healthy

One in five dogs across all ages — including young ones — develop osteoarthritis. When identifying at-risk individuals, it is important to consider ways...

Exploring ashwagandha for animal care

Supporting balanced behavior and overall well-being for your patients with a centuries-old botanical: ashwagandha. Herbs have been part of animal care for millennia. Humans have...

Award for landmark study on senior cats

This past March, the Morris Animal Foundation awarded its Mark L. Morris Jr. Investigator Award to Dr. Carlo Siracusa, Associate Professor of Clinical Behavior...

NOW ® Pets: How one family’s passion can help your clients and patients...

NOW ® Pets empowers people — and their dogs and cats — to lead healthier lives by offering high quality, affordable natural products. For many veterinary clients,...

NASC celebrates 20 years of impact and leadership in the animal...

The National Animal Supplement Council (NASC) is proudly celebrating 20 years of successful advocacy and leadership actions that have helped sustain and elevate the...

Mental health first aid for veterinary teams

A psychologically healthy workplace is essential to good mental health. Learn how a staff member or manager trained in Mental Health First Aid can...

Limited Ingredient Dog Food

You’ve heard of limited ingredient dog food — but what is it exactly, and is it right for your canine patients? Limited ingredient dog foods...

Clinical utility of C-reactive protein and the C-reactive protein/albumin ratio (CAR)...

The inflammatory response is an important innate immune process that protects the body when tissues are injured by pathogens, trauma, toxic compounds, heat, etc....

For an animal’s health and homeostasis, look to the renal proximal...

Maintaining the healthy differentiated state of the renal proximal tubule should be the goal of every pet caregiver. In all mammals, the renal proximal tubule...

Emotions: a powerful tool for understanding health and disease in animals

Research reveals that human emotions are powerful energies that impact both health and disease. Our emotions also impact those around us, including our companion...