Discoveries in Veterinary Medicine: Tech, Treatments, and Trends

By: Ian Nicholson | Apr 22, 2022

Discoveries in Veterinary Medicine: Tech, Treatments, and Trends

Pet adoption rates are booming in North America. The Canadian Animal Health Institute reported in 2021 that 58% of Canadian families have at least one pet. Meanwhile, the Insurance Information Institute mentions that 90.5 million US households have pets. Pets become cherished companions and integral parts of our daily lives. As human guardians, we look for better ways to keep them healthy. Recent discoveries in veterinary medicine offer a new world of possibilities.

Big Leaps Ahead in Pet Health & Wellness

Medical discoveries help us improve human healthcare. But what about our pets? New developments promise to close knowledge and technology gaps in veterinary medicine. Here are a few examples of what we’ll cover in our series on pet healthcare innovations:

  • New diagnostic tools
  • Cutting-edge therapies
  • Preventative medicine breakthroughs
  • Discoveries in animal genetics

Why We’re Doing This Series

Like many pet parents, you care a lot about your companions’ health and well being. With ongoing research and newly available tools, there’s always so much to learn. That’s why we’ll be deep diving into the latest pet healthcare tech, trends, and treatments. This ongoing journey of discovery fits naturally with Healthcare for Pets’ purpose: empowering pet parents to raise happy and healthy pets.

We’ll be updating this series regularly, so stay tuned! We look forward to sharing what we learn.

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