Fighting Coronavirus Together

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In a pandemic, it’s more important than ever for us to all work together to ensure that our infection control protocols are playing their part in preventing us from getting sick. Even the best infection control program will only be effective if it works in the real world. We all …

Protecting People and Animals – COVID-19 Webinar

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NEWS RELEASE VIROX ANIMAL HEALTH™ ANNOUNCES EDUCATIONAL WEBINAR WITH DR. JASON STULL AND DR. SCOTT WEESE  CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) IN VETERINARY AND ANIMAL GROUP SETTINGS: PROTECTING PEOPLE AND ANIMALS March 16, 2020 Oakville, ON: Due to the announcement of the global COVID-19 pandemic by the World Health Organization, Virox Animal Health™ …

AHP® – A Proven History of Preventing Transmission of Coronaviruses

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SITUATION In late 2019, an outbreak of respiratory illness in Wuhan, China was identified.  It is now understood that this outbreak is associated with a Novel Coronavirus that is now identified as COVID-19.  Coronaviruses are of significant concern owing to the fact they are zoonotic in nature, meaning they can …

Are Soft Surfaces Off Limits for Disinfectants?

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If you caught our first lesson in the Rescue™ Crash-Course on Disinfectant Efficacy, you may have been left with some questions. Although we broke down the different types of pathogens and how to tell if your disinfectant will kill them, one area that often causes confusion is whether disinfectants can …

What Does Your Disinfectant Kill?

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The job of a disinfectant is to kill pathogens*.  But it can be confusing to keep track of what types of pathogens a disinfectant can kill. Here, we’ll break down what efficacy* claims mean, and how to know whether your facility is protected from the pathogens you’re worried about. To …

Keeping Parasites out of your Summer Plans

Keeping Parasites out of our Summer Plans – How Disinfectants Can Help

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If there’s one downside to the summer heat, it’s that ticks and fleas are also a fan of these warmer temperatures. While we talk a lot about viruses, bacteria, and fungi, however, parasites are another important category of pathogen that need to be accounted for when maintaining a clean, disease-free …

Safe Disinfection Doesn’t Have To Be A Trade-Off

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National Safety Month is in full swing, and there is a lot of buzz in the air about the importance of workplace safety. The chemicals that we use every day, including disinfectants, are a huge part of creating a safe workplace, and choosing the wrong chemicals can jeopardize the health …

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Don’t Let Kennel Cough Take Over Your Practice!

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Spring is finally here and with it a season of cold and flu. While hand sanitizers and warm drinks help to keep coughs and congestion at bay, the same cannot be said for the illnesses that our furry friends can contract throughout the year. Kennel cough is one such illness …

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Does Your Practice Contribute to the Spread of Feline Calicivirus?

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Upper respiratory infections are not only common amongst your staff, especially this time of year, but they can impact your patients too! While veterinary practices and shelters must be prepared to handle an outbreak of kennel cough amongst their canine residents at any time, cats and kittens are not exempt …

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Clark County Animal Shelter Gets The Products They Need

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Clark County Animal Shelter has been making an incredible impact in their community for years, which can be seen through the amazing nominations that we have received over the past few weeks! We have read messages from adopters, volunteers, neighboring shelters and more. After experiencing a fire a few months …