Orthopedic surgeon Dr. Rob Hart talks about advances in orthopedic interventions they are using at the Animal Medical Center in New York City.
Along with cooler weather and shorter days, the fall season means a higher risk of your pet being exposed to toxic plants for dogs and cats alike. Keeping your fur baby healthy this autumn means being on the lookout for nuts, mushrooms, seasonal flowers and other items that may cause injury or intestinal distress.
Oxbow Animal Health has announced Dr. Katherine Quesenberry as the winner of the 2017 Oxbow Exotic Mammal Health Award. Established in 2009, the Oxbow Exotic Mammal Health Award is presented annually to an animal health professional who advances the field of exotic mammal medicine and care. Dr. Quesenberry, who serves as Service Head of the … Continue reading Dr. Katherine Quesenberry Receives 2017 Oxbow Exotic Mammal Health Award
Discover the ancient Egyptians. You can do just that at the Brooklyn Museum, which is presenting the New York debut of what its officials think is the first exhibition ever on an intriguing, if slightly macabre, topic: animal mummies.
The Animal Medical Center (AMC) in New York, which sees more than 50,000 patient visitors a year and has more than 100 years of veterinary medical experience, announced the launch of the Usdan Institute for Animal Health Education to help educate owners on all aspects of their pet’s health.