July 1, 2001
Animal caretakers need to be aware of what chemicals commonly used in the shelter can be poisonous when mixed together.
March 1, 2001
Adopters want Rover to be a happy, itch-free dog, but neither they nor you want that tick-and-flea-free status to come at the expense of pets' or children's health.
January 1, 2001
Knowing how many animals are in your area can help your organization plan for the future.
November 1, 2000
If you work hands-on with animals in an area where rabies is known to exist, you should receive the pre-exposure rabies vaccination series and then have your antibody levels checked every two years, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
September 1, 2000
If your agency is still searching for a foolproof method of guaranteeing that none of its adopted animals will ever reproduce, read about programs that have worked for other organizations.
July 1, 2000
When examining creatures this small, it's all in the details. Read on to find out how you can easily tell the boys from the girls.
November 1, 1999
Ever since humane societies set out to provide affordable animal care to pet owners in need, they've helped animals in hundreds of communities. But they've upset veterinarians in many of those communities as well.
July 1, 1999
Bond referendum helps animal control agency raise funds for building renovations.
July 1, 1998
Tufts Animal Care and Condition (TACC) Scales for Assessing Body Condition, Weather and Environmental Safety, and Physical Care in Dogs
These body condition scales were designed to help animal control officers, cruelty investigators, veterinarians, and others more accurately determine the condition of a potentially neglected dog.
January 1, 1997
The listed terms are commonly used in such fields as anatomy, physiology, and epidemiology, and make up much of the technical jargon that veterinarians use to describes symptoms, illnesses, even surgical techniques.