Breed-related disease: Egyptian Mau

The Egyptian Mau is an African wild cat that is thought to be the cat originally domesticated by the Egyptians over 4,000 years ago. Cats depicted in ancient Egyptian artwork resemble the spotted Egyptian Mau and show that they were used for duck hunting as well as being worshipped by a cat cult. Feline genome…

Bioguard Shows Support to TCVA During the Association’s 15th 2nd Member Conference and 2020-2 Academic Seminar

The Bioguard Corporation supports 15th Taoyuan City Veterinarians Association 2nd Member Conference and 2020-2 Academic Seminar as one of the event’s major sponsors last August 23, 2020 in Taoyuan City, Taiwan. With COVID 19 safety protocols, the assembly was held. Members of the association were present on the gathering. Bioguard had their booth wherein high…

Breed-related disease: Chow Chow

The Chow Chow, among the world’s most singular and possibly oldest breeds, is depicted in artifacts of China’s Han Dynasty (c. 206 b.c.), but evidence suggests Chows go back much further and are progenitors of other spitz-type breeds—from the burly Norwegian Elkhound to the dainty Pomeranian. Chows have played many roles during their long history.…