With the Nashville area’s growing population of cancer patients, veterinarians across the state are looking for new ways to save the lives of animals.
One new idea for the new breed of cancer patient is a new, cheaper and more effective way to treat them.
The concept of a cancer-free litter was first floated by veterinary surgeons at Vanderbilt University, who said in 2014 that their new litter had an extra-low-cost, biodegradable option that could save a mother’s life.
The idea was quickly picked up by many of the area’s veterinarians.
But when the Tennessee Department of Health started looking into the concept, they found that they couldn’t find any studies about its effectiveness.
So the department made a call to researchers at the University of North Carolina, who discovered the results were pretty conclusive.
So the team started talking to other veterinarians in the Nashville metro area and decided to take a different approach to finding a cancer patient in Nashville.
“It was just like, we need to look at this in more detail, and we need a better way of doing it,” said Dr. Richard T. Stansfield, chief medical officer of the veterinary practices group at Nashville-based Stansfields.
“So we’re going to try to look in the same way we did in the academic community.”
The team started by looking at how the litter would be packaged for each animal, which is how they would find out if it worked.
Stannons and his team then looked at the litter’s cost per litter and how long it would take to pack it.
The litter would then be loaded onto trucks, and then it would be sent to a veterinarian’s office to be checked for parasites.
The team estimated that each litter would cost about $1,500.
The research team also did a feasibility study that found if they could just get the litter to Nashville, the cost would be lower.
“We thought, well, it would have to be very inexpensive,” said Stansford.
“We thought it would just be a matter of time before someone would want to buy it.”
The next step was to look into the logistics of shipping the litter.
Stainsville, Tenn., is a small city on the Gulf Coast.
About 4,000 dogs and cats live in the city.
For that reason, it has a high rate of pet-related deaths, according to the city’s veterinarian’s department.
“A lot of the people in the veterinary community don’t want to spend the time and money to get it out of their own town,” said Beth Stansville, who lives in Stansburg.
“It would be very difficult to get them there.”
Stansfield said that after looking into shipping costs, he and his colleagues were able to get the idea to the Nashville Veterinary Hospital.
“The vets were extremely supportive,” said Michael Egan, the hospital’s director of research.
“They were all in favor of it.”
A new litter for each dog and catThe team then came up with an idea to make the litter available at no extra cost to the public.
Stranfields and his colleague, Dr. James Hensley, teamed up with Dr. Paul D. Manko, who is also a veterinarian and also works with the Tennessee Veterinary Medical Association.
Manko has been studying the litter for more than 10 years, and he has worked on other projects related to the litter, including the litter program at Vanderbilt.
He has even done an analysis on the litter at the Humane Society of the United States.
“I think the biggest thing that makes the litter so good is that it’s biodegradeable,” Mankos said.
“You don’t have to worry about it getting into the water or being a litter.
It’s just the way it is.””
So what we do is we’re putting it into a landfill and then we’re taking it out in a plastic bag,” he added.
“The way we do it is, we’re making it from plastic bags to the same quality of plastic bags that we would get from a pet store.
It has to be recycled.
And we’re using a plastic container, so we have to use a chemical that is nontoxic.”
To make sure the litter is not entering the water supply, Stans Fields team uses a special coating that protects the litter from the chemicals used in the landfill process.
The coatings are also recyclable.
“You don`t have to have any kind of plastic in your environment to have this litter,” StansFields said.
The team has also tried to incorporate other options to make sure no one is left out.
They have also looked at creating a program that would give people free litter bags.
The group said that the litter itself would be sold in the litter bag.
“There`s no money in it, but it would give us the option of purchasing a litter