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environment. 3 , 4 As a result, there are a number of factors that could have influenced the rate of animal rabies during the COVID-19 outbreak. Rujittika Mungmunpuntipantip, Private Academic Consultant, Bangkok, Thailand, Viroj Wiwanitkit, Honorary

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integral to this emerging transdisciplinary approach. As practitioners of animal health, they have the ability to provide one health–centered care for animals—including humans—as well as for the environments on which all life is dependent. There is nearly

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) and devoting more attention to leadership development, employee engagement, team building, and appropriate remuneration can improve efficiency and reduce turnover. All contribute to easing the stress and strain of the work environment, which

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possible risk for humans associated with the dogs or their environments.” I doubt that any veterinarian is surprised by this finding. This study did shine light on some common misconceptions. For one, despite the sterilization methods used in processing

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, the number of potentially stressful stimuli in the cat's environment may be reduced, leading to a reduction in lower urinary tract signs. Provision of a canned food could do either or both of these. It also could increase interactions with the owner

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the confined domestic environment, caring and responsible cat owners effectively train their cats to use scratch-posts, scratchboards, and carpeted “condos” rather than resort to routine declawing, which amounts to a mutilation for convenience. As a

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contamination? Or what about the considerable overhead expense of human hospitals to maintain an antiseptic environment to preclude spread of introduced pathogens? Are all of these examples of expense regarded by society to be excessive or unjustifiable? Surely

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