Professor Jonathan Runstadler was quoted by The Washington Post among experts studying animals and the novel coronavirus and the likelihood of transmission between species
Cummings School scientists launch a study to better understand the novel coronavirus and how it may infect pets and other domestic animals
Emily McCobb, V00, VG02, director of Cummings School’s Shelter Medicine Program, responds
Here’s why—and how—you might want to keep these rodents as pets
When your pet is squinting, teary or red-eyed, it’s time to see a vet
We are sometimes asked whether a pet could acquire fleas while hospitalized. This informational flyer is intended to help you understand fleas and their control and treatment.
As a pet owner, one of the big decisions you’ll have to make when you’re planning a trip or vacation is should you take your companion pets along or leave them behind at home. Either way, all of this involves a number of considerations and requires some very careful planning. Read the full story.
With fall upon us and the kids back to school, use this time to take a pulse on your pet’s health care needs. Read the full story.
Summertime has a way of introducing new curiosities that your pet may be apt to explore or to which he/she may be exposed. Pets, like children, can be naturally curious, so it’s important to pet-proof your home as you would for a child. Read the full story.
You return from work and find your dog has recently chewed through the screen on your patio door. Your neighbor also reports that your dog has been howling and barking all day while you were gone. Are these scenarios familiar? If so, your dog may be suffering from separation anxiety. While issues with separation can Read More