Monthly Archives: August 2011

Successful Remodeling

The attached article, “Successful Remodeling”, was written by Heather Lewis of Animal Arts for Today’s Veterinary Practice. It contains helpful reminders and tips for those of you remodeling your hospital or for those thinking about it. And if you haven’t considered it, Heather writes … Continue reading

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Wild Donkey Relocation

Hawaii has a problem with wild donkeys. There are too many. That’s right. There are too many wild donkeys in Hawaii. But after much coordination, the Humane Society of the United States will be chartering the excess donkeys to two … Continue reading

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Another Reason to Own a Pet

For those weighing the pro and cons of owning a pet, here’s another item to put in the “pro” column: Children who live with dogs and cats are less likely to develop allergies to those animals later in life… The study shows this only works if … Continue reading

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