Keeping Your Pets Healthy
Scientists have developed medicines for infectious diseases, heartworms, intestinal parasites, and drugs that enhance a pet’s quality of life, such as motion sickness medicines. We’ve also developed vaccines to prevent devastating diseases such as rabies, canine parvovirus and feline leukemia. In horses, medicines to treat parasites, respiratory infections, and inflammatory diseases have been important to equine veterinarians. One of the most recent innovations in animal health is a treatment for canine cancer. Currently, one out of four dogs will die of cancer, but with this new discovery in animal medicine, we can fight back against the disease.
We are committed to continuing this quality of innovation and advancement of animal medicines for you and your pets.
VIDEO: Flee & Tick Control
Kevin R. Kazacos, DVM, Ph.D. of Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine talks about flea and tick control.
VIDEO: Career Profile of Equine Practitioner
Learn how equine veterinarians keep horses healthy.
“I believe strongly that we must place a much bigger emphasis on the linkages between human, animal and environmental health and that we should do so in a truly interdisciplinary manner.”
American Veterinary Medical Association