Vultures, Pain Medications and Feral Dogs

White-rumped vulture, uncredited image via Save Vultures Veterinary non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), particularly diclofenac which is used to treat cattle in some countries, are largely responsible for the extreme decline in vulture populations in South Asia in recent decades. In India and Nepal, cows are not eaten by humans due to their status as sacred … Continue reading Vultures, Pain Medications and Feral Dogs