Pets give us happiness and joy in our life. Walking the dog is a daily activity for thousands in Honolulu. Video about pet care professionals in Honolulu.
Kea, Honolulu Zoo Chimpanzee Passes Away 08/03/2012
The Honolulu Zoo is sad to report that its18-year-old chimpanzee has died. Ke`aloha (Kea), a favorite of zoo visitors for nearly two decades, passed away early Friday morning.
The cause of death is being determined, and extensive laboratory tests taken during the period when he began showing signs of illness are being reviewed. Earlier this week zookeepers were alerted that there were potential health issues when Kea became lethargic.…More at Honolulu Zoo chimpanzee dies – KHON2
Pet Owners Should Plan For Vacations Warns Veterinarian. There are a lot of details to cover when trying to take a pet with you on vacation.
BATON ROUGE, La., Aug. 5, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Dr. Frederic Michaelson, a Baton Rouge veterinarian of Jefferson Animal Hospital, warns pet owners to take preparatory steps if they plan to take their pets on vacation. He urges people to honestly assess their pets’ travel readiness, and to remember that pet boarding may be the safest, most enjoyable option for their pets. Dr. Michaelson advises pet owners to make an appointment at the animal clinic for a health assessment before planning a vacation with their pets, particularly if they will be traveling by air….More at Baton Rouge Veterinarian Warns Pet Owners to Plan Ahead for …
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Ever had a pet gecko/chameleon? Denver veterinarian says some types of pet lizards can grow to be 9 feet long!
Residents warned: 6-foot lizard loose in ColoradoDENVER >> A sheriff has warned residents in a tourist town northwest of Colorado Springs that a strong, aggressive 6-foot lizard that eats small animals — including dogs and cats — is on the loose in the area….More at Residents warned: 6-foot lizard loose in Colorado – Honolulu Star-Advertiser
Prescott, Arizona Veterinarian gives presentation on rattlesnake venom to Hawaii scientists
Courtesy photoCraig Woods poses with his sons in Honolulu, Hawaii.
Prescott veterinary scientist Craig Woods was selected to give two presentations to an international audience of physicians and scientists in Honolulu, Hawaii at this year’s Venom Week. Venom Week focuses on developing solutions for the envenomation from snakes, spiders and scorpions