Have you ever heard a horse cough?

With lungs almost twice the size of cattle lungs, horses have extremely large respiratory reserves. Unfortunately, horses are also susceptible to respiratory diseases that fall under the spectrum of equine asthma, such as recurrent airway obstruction (RAO) and inflammatory airway disease (IAD). Environmental factors such as pollen, poor air quality, and organic dust can irritate […]

Love your pet? Visit the vet

Animals rely on us to protect them from threats of disease and safeguard their wellbeing, and veterinarians are essential to helping pet owners keep animals healthy. Learn more.

Better diagnostics means better animal care

Accurate diagnostics curb the severity of animal disease by enabling more effective treatments and reducing the need for antibiotics. Microfluid technologies can bring diagnostics to the point of care. Analyzing extremely small volumes of fluid improves the chance of early detection and reduces the cost of care. Read more here.

Like part of the family

Research continues to reinforce what pet owners know: their animal companions can feel like part of the family. The human animal bond is stronger than ever before, and for good reason: owning pets provides emotional and physical benefits. Learn more.

Think your cat has a sweet tooth? Think again.

If you’ve ever wondered why your cat doesn’t lunge for your favorite cookie, it’s because most cats don’t crave sweets. Cats’ tastebuds are surprisingly different than humans. Learn all about your cat’s taste buds.

Protecting pets protects us

Animal health products help us care for pets, and pets help care for us. Maintaining healthy pets improves the quality of life for our animal companions, which enables pets to provide humans with emotional and physical benefits. Learn more.

February is responsible pet owner month

When you love your pet, you’ll do anything to keep them safe and healthy. February is Responsible Pet Owner Month, so check out these tips.

The U.S. needs rural veterinarians

A report from the Farm Journal Foundation details the persistent shortfall of veterinarians in America, particularly those that treat livestock. In addition to potentially impairing the health of animals, the lack of veterinarians threatens public health, food safety, food availability, and economic growth.

Bacteria eating viruses can reduce the need for antibiotics

Antimicrobial resistance is a global threat to human and animal health, and the animal health industry is aggressively researching new ways to target bacteria without using antibiotics. Bacteriophages can narrowly target specific bacteria to address infections. These ‘bacteria eaters’ are viruses that infect and destroy bacteria, which reduces the need for antibiotics. Learn more here.

The animal health industry reaches an all-time high

Increased demand for protein food, prevalence of zoonotic and food-borne diseases, advancements in medications, and pet ownership pushed the animal health market to $13.8 billion in 2021. Learn  more.