DENVER, CO. -- Veterinarians and veterinary technicians met at the annual Animal Behavior Symposium on July 25 to share research. Q: Last week, our smoke alarm chirped because the battery was low.
DENVER, CO. -- At the Animal Behavior Symposium July 25, the American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior announced its rejection of breed-specific legislation in a new position paper.
Q: We live in the woods, and the bear population has been increasing here. A: Charlie Horse was likely entertained when your friend attempted to threaten him wearing the bear costume.
He didn't grow up with pets. "I know there's a connection that can heal, and it's a connection we don't even quite yet understand," he says.
Q: I'm very concerned about coyotes; the problem is worse than ever around here. Q: Coyotes seem to be everywhere these days, even encroaching on urban areas.
Pets can run, but they can't hide from heartworm disease, which occurs in all 50 states. Heartworm's increasing prevalence is complicated to trace. Dogs stricken with heartworm can also serve as carriers.