3 Reasons to Support Veterinary Telemedicine
Learn what veterinary telehealth is and how it can increase access to veterinary care, reduce fear in canine and feline patients, and support animal shelters
Welfare of Cats 5 to 29 Months After Perineal Urethrostomy
Cats undergoing PU do well in the home after surgery, showing long-term outcomes are good and earlier surgical intervention may be the best approach.
Fear Free: Helping Shelter Pets Find Health, Happiness, and Homes
Join Dr. Brenda Griffin as she introduces attendees to the concepts behind Fear Free and how they can apply to your shelter operations.
Business Models to Improve Access to Veterinary Care (AVC)
Review The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine’s recent report on ways to make veterinary care affordable for clients and viable for veterinarians.
New Research Shows Ovarian Pedicle Tie Safe in Feline Spay Surgery
Learn more about spaying female cats with the ovarian pedicle tie (OPT) technique, which can be performed 30% faster than traditional sutures with comparable hemorrhaging risks.
Increase Access to Dog and Cat Grooming Services to Improve Animal Health
New research suggests increasing access to grooming resources could improve the lives of pets, pet owners, and veterinarians
How Owner and Pet Demographics Affect Pet Body Condition Among People Experiencing Homelessness and Housing Vulnerability
Discover the results of a new study about veterinary care for dogs and cats owned by people experiencing homelessness.
Review ASPCA-supported research that highlights the benefits of increasing access to veterinary care for pets, owners, and veterinarians.
Studies by Other Organizations
Review research by universities and other organizations that can help increase access to veterinary care for the benefit of pets, pet owners, and veterinarians.