University of Guelph research has found that some people have the gift of the “cat whisperer.” They are able to identify the moods of cats based on facial expressions. Women and those with veterinary experience are especially good at deciphering feline expressions, even those who admit to having no strong attachment to cats. “The ability
Cannabis as treatment for animal cancer
Can cannabis products kill cancer cells? A study at the University of Guelph’s Ontario Veterinary College (OVC) aims to find out. Prof. Sam Hocker, Department of Clinical Studies, is undertaking a three-year study to learn more about the anti-cancer properties of cannabidiol and its potential for treating urothelial carcinoma, a difficult-to-treat bladder cancer in animals.