Researchers at North Carolina State University say soy may increase the benefits of canine cancer therapy.
"Humans have been using soy in conjunction with traditional chemotherapy for some time as a chemo potentiator," Dr. Steven Suter , assistant professor of oncology at the university, says.
Researchers hope it will work for canines, too.
New shelter data casts doubt on whether the pet population and pet ownership are truly growing.
While the pandemic caused unprecedented suffering worldwide in 2020, the disruptions to dogs, cats and other pets adoption numbers may normalize in 2021.