PET

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PET

abbreviation for POTENTIALLY EXEMPT TRANSFER.
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Its testing concept helps explore inherited characteristics in companion animals with the world's first commercially available genome-wide DNA analysis.
Because the food chain is among the main routes for humans and companion animals to acquire foodborne pathogens, we collected a small sample of pet foods (dog food, n = 30; cat food, n = 5) containing chicken as the main ingredient in Beijing during June-August 2016.
4) Studies have shown that the presence of companion animals also positively affects physical and mental health.
Other popular drugs used in companion animals include heartworm medicines and vaccines.
Proceeds from the loan transaction may be used by the company for the expansion of its Companion Animal sales team in the US as well as general company purposes.
6) Many companion animals are "named, nurtured, and treated like children, siblings, or best friends" (7) and provide their human companions with "faithful, intimate companionship that is unconditional and nonjudgmental.
For some people, the companion animal in their lives provides more
The elderly population, most of the time, is psychologically dependent on companion animals, including for medical prescription.
In evaluating risk factors among animals for transmission of MRSA, the investigators found that it is rare among companion animals.
Hospice for humans, and now for companion animals, includes much more than pain relief and geriatric care.
Headquartered in Beerse, Belgium, Janssen's animal health business is primarily European-focused, targeting disease segments in companion animals and livestock, with special emphasis on swine and poultry.
Companion animals may assist children and adults in feeling a sense of security and unconditional love (Risley-Curtiss, Holley, Cruickshank, et al.