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March 2021

Officials plan permanent spay/neuter program 

Camuti Consultant Dr. Paul Maza continues to make a difference with his FARVets program. "Local officials are looking to set up a permanent spay and neuter program in order to address concerns with Guam's stray animal population, according to Chelsa Muna-Brecht, director of the Department of Agriculture. According to Muna-Brecht, Maza is hoping to visit Guam in June to set up a temporary spay/neuter clinic."

March 2021

FDA continues investigation into dog heart damage linked to diet 
NBC News

“It may not just be what is in the diet,” says Bruce Kornreich, a veterinary cardiologist at the College of Veterinary Medicine. “It could be where it’s sourced from or how it’s processed.” 

February 2021

Pets get heart disease too. February is American Heart Month,

Dr. Bruce G. Kornreich, Director of the Cornell Feline Health Center, and board certified veterinary cardiologist at the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine shares some tips about how to spot heart disease in your pets.

December 2020

FARVets volunteer veterinarians conduct spay/neuter clinic in Dolgeville

Cornell Feline Health Center Camuti Consultation Line Consultant Dr. Paul Maza talks with Times Telegram. 

December 22, 2020

Pet your cats to reduce stress


December 2, 2020

How to Keep Your Pets Safe this Winter
Readers Digest

September 18, 2020

Wildfire Smoke and Animals
AVMA Emergency Care Information