Feline Calicivirus, Veterinary Practice, Rescue Disinfectants, AHP, Cat, Kitten

Does Your Practice Contribute to the Spread of Feline Calicivirus?

Rescue Expert Blog

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 from contracting and spreading highly contagious viruses that can leave …

SPCA, Fredericksburg Regional SPCA, shelter, no-kill, pets, animals, dog, cat, RescueMyShelter

Fredericksburg Regional SPCA Knows the Spirit of Giving This Season

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Over the past several months, we have been accepting nominations from individuals across the country, to help shelters in their communities win the #RescueMyShelter Kit. Staff members, volunteers, adopters and supporters have sent pictures and incredible messages to us, and we have been overwhelmed with the work that these shelters are doing for animals and pet owners. The Fredericksburg Regional …

Kitten, Safe Animal Shelter, No-Kill, Hurricane Irma, Rescue Disinfectants, shelter

Safe Animal Shelter Receives Rescue® Disinfectants After Hurricane Irma

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Safe Animal Shelter has been working to provide care and treatment to animals while finding them a forever home, since 1991! All of the animals that come to Safe Animal Shelter are provided “food, loving care, attention, socialization, recreation, exercise and quality medical treatment.” This also includes medical treatments such as “spay/neuter surgery, vaccinations, and heartworm testing.” In addition to …

AHP, Accelerated Hydrogen Peroxide, Rescue Disinfectants, disinfectant, veterinary clinic, vet tech, pets

What Makes AHP® so Different from Other Cleaners?

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Over the years we have seen the development of disinfectants specifically designed to kill pathogens. From the introduction of formulas featuring harsh chemicals such as Chlorine in the 1920’s, Quats in the 1970’s and Peracetic Acid in the 1990’s, these chemical-based disinfectants have been relied upon animal shelters and veterinary practices, despite their toxicity and the effects that they can …