Your Smartphone Is Making Your Dog Depressed, Study Says

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A UK-based study found that dogs may be become anxious or depressed when their owners use their smartphones excessively. Unsurprisingly, the study also found

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Keep Your Pet Safe This Holiday Season

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Keeping your furry family members safe during the holidays can be a difficult task. There are the ornaments, plants, presents, lights — oh, and who could forget the Christmas tree (if do you decide to put one up this year)? Let’s take a look at some simple steps that will . . . → Read More: Keep Your Pet Safe This Holiday Season

New Hope for Antibiotic Resistance in Humans and Pets

New Hope for Antibiotic Resistance in Humans and Pets

By Dr. Ken Tudor

In August of last year I posted about the growing threat of antibiotic resistant bacteria to worldwide health. This topic is so important that it is increasingly seen as the biggest problem for human and veterinary doctors in the not too . . . → Read More: New Hope for Antibiotic Resistance in Humans and Pets

Dr. Robert Franlkin Honored With the CVM Distinguished Veterinary Alumnus Award

Dr. Robert Franlkin Honored With the CVM Distinguished Veterinary Alumnus Award

The College of Veterinary Medicine’s Distinguished Veterinary Alumnus Award is given to honor distinguished DVM graduates for veterinary excellence in practice or teaching and research.

Dr. Robert Franklin’s priorities are to provide the best care for his animal patients and clients and to be . . . → Read More: Dr. Robert Franlkin Honored With the CVM Distinguished Veterinary Alumnus Award

OVMA honors Dr. Robert Franklin for contributions to the veterinary profession

CONGRATULATIONS TO DR. ROBERT FRANKLIN!

The Oregon Veterinary Medical Association honored Dr. Franklin for his service to the veterinary profession at its annual conference in Corvallis last weekend.

Dr. Robert Franklin received the Meritorious Service Award, the Association’s highest honor.

Franklin is board-certified in internal medicine and owns Oregon Veterinary Specialty Hospital in Beaverton.

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