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Zoetis Pet Wellness Report designed to boost preventive care, engage clients

December 4, 2013

Tool combines veterinary health risk assessment and laboratory screening results.

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UGA veterinary lab offers free testing for jerky-related illness and death

November 27, 2013

Lab partners with FDA in ongoing investigation into problematic treats from China.

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Michigan veterinarian believes canine mystery illness is zoonotic

October 29, 2013

Dr. Lindsay Ruland's clients, staff--even her children--experience symptoms she says seem related to canine condition reported in Ohio and Michigan.

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Nearly 600 U.S. pet deaths associated with Chinese jerky treats; cause is still elusive

October 23, 2013

Australian research blames unknown toxin; FDA encourages veterinarians to submit reports, data and urine samples from suspected cases.

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Two protozoal parasites causing widespread equine disease, study finds

October 23, 2013

UC-Davis says Neospora hughesi, first identified in California, causing EPM in horses across the country along with Sarcocystis neurona.

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Researchers: Circovirus not primary cause of Midwest mystery illness

October 11, 2013

Investigators continue to seek explanation for canine cases in Ohio, Michigan.

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Zoetis commits to fight PEDv

October 1, 2013

Zoetis affirms its commitment to finding a solution to help control the recent outbreak of porcine epidemic diarrhea virus (PEDv).

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Association for Pet Obesity Prevention calls on veterinarians to collect data Oct. 9

September 26, 2013

Seventh annual study hopes to better quantify obesity prevalence in cats and dogs.

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A new rapid diagnostic test is developed for U.S. Porcine epidemic diarrhea virus

September 17, 2013

The University of Minnesota Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory began accepting test samples mere months after the PEDV outbreak began.

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