Shelter Snapshot: Infectious Respiratory Disease In Animal Shelters

Respiratory disease outbreaks are a major issue in animal shelters, primarily due to the ease of spread and the constraints often imposed by a shelter setting. The potential spread of respiratory disease in boarding, training and veterinary facilities can be distressing not only to clients whose pets may have been exposed but also to facility owners and staff. Read more

Breed-Specific Canine Respiratory Diseases

Respiratory issues are common in dogs, and certain conditions are more common in specific breeds due to their unique physical traits, among other factors. But that doesn’t mean you should develop a one-track mind, Elizabeth Rozanski, DVM, DACVIM, DACVECC, associate professor at the Cummings School of Veterinary Medician at Tufts University, recently told dvm360. Read more