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News outlets across the US are reporting an outbreak of a “mysterious” canine respiratory illness that have similarities to “kennel cough”, a term that covers various viral and bacterial infections that result in a honking cough in dogs. While dogs usually recover from kennel cough, some of the recent cases
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Use this dilution chart to find out how to properly dilute Rescue Concentrate so that it works optimally. Desired Dilution RatioAmount of Rescue Concentrate to add to 32 oz of Water (ex: Spray Bottle)Amount of Rescue Concentrate to add to 1 Gallon of Water (ex: Pail)Amount of Rescue Concentrate to
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Boarding and daycare environments are often fraught with potential stressors for dogs and cats. Pets are away from home, their family is gone, unfamiliar people and animals surround them, and their daily sleep/wake schedule is thrown off. But there are environmental modifications you can make that can help reduce stress
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End-of-life is a challenging time for pets, clients and the veterinary team alike and the care you provide is essential. Infection prevention plays a crucial role to keep patients, clients and veterinary team members safe especially with the potential heightened risk of infection when caring for terminally ill patients. Cleaning
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Around the shelter things can be stressful. Not only for you, but also the cats in your care. Let’s take a look at some common sources of anxiety and things you can do to help our feline friends feel Fear Free. Common Sources and Signs of Anxiety When cats sense
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Fostering an animal can be a very rewarding and positive experience. As a foster, it is important to address the physical and emotional wellbeing of the animal to set them up for a successful transition to their next home and the rest of their life.In this webinar, Tabitha Kucera will
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Thank you so much for fostering a shelter pet! Your work truly saves lives. Even the best shelters can be stressful for pets, which has been shown to inhibit the immune system, making it harder for pets to recover in a shelter environment.  In order to keep illness from spreading in
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With Spring in full swing and Earth month wrapping up, now is the time for you and your facility to continue showing your support for the environment! Earth Day is celebrated by over 1 billion people worldwide, so let’s make sure your staff and non-human companions aren’t missing out! Here
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Virox Technologies, the makers of Rescue in partnership with Fear Free presents Angela Logsdon-Hoover, LVT RVT CVT ABCDT CCFP who discusses how Veterinary Technicians are more important now than ever before. Learn how to continually grow in your career as a Veterinary Technician while making a big impact in the
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Artificial turf is great for pets to play on, but can harbor pathogens and lead to the spread of infection. It is important that artificial turf in your yards or other areas is regularly cleaned and disinfected to keep pets healthy and safe. Start with Using the Right Equipment For
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6 Steps to Disinfecting a Kennel First, remove any items from the kennel, including food and water bowls, toys, and any other objects. Remove any visible soils and liquids, as well as possible, to allow for effective disinfection.When using the Rescue™ Concentrate for daily disinfection, we recommend using a dilution
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Hospital-associated infections (HAIs) in veterinary medicine can result in damaging health, financial and social consequences affecting patients, clients and staff. Over a 5-year period, 82% of veterinary teaching hospitals reported at least one outbreak while 45% experienced multiple outbreaks.[i] However, according to a paper on HAIs published in Veterinary Clinics
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