Welcome to Royal Animal Health University

Welcome to RAHU – Royal Animal Health University The Royal Animal Health University (RAHU) is dedicated to teaching and advocating a hands-on, holistic, innovative, and common-sense approach to all aspects of animal care.  Our effective, science-based, integrative veterinary summits and webinars are designed to help caregivers — from pet parents to industry professionals to veterinarians[…]

Seven Simple Words – an Article by Deb Zorn Published in “The Courier”

The CourierTM is the official publication of the Portuguese Water Dog Club of America, Inc. (PWDCA). Its goal is to provide information to members to perpetuate the original mission of the PWDCA. The magazine portrays Portuguese Water Dogs at work and at play, with articles and photos contributed by members and other experts in the breed.[…]

Research Shows Food Doesn’t Affect Pet Health: Forget Food, Use Drugs!

In a surprising but delightful turn of scientific events, a team of researchers from the esteemed California A&M Polterstudy University and the well-respected Boston P&M Pixigram Institute have conclusively determined that food has absolutely no affect on pet health.  Their research has shown that we should forget nutrition in favor of more scientific medical management[…]

Voluntary Recall of Vital Essentials Frozen Chicken Patties

Carnivore Meat Company has voluntarily recalled a single lot of Vital Essentials Frozen Chicken Patties that tested positive for Salmonella during routine FDA testing.  No other products have been affected by this recall.  Full information about the recall can be found on Vital Essentials’ website.  The single lot involved in this voluntary recall is:  […]

Dr. Royal featured in upcoming book “The Chicago Pet Project”

Get a sneak peek of the upcoming coffee table book “The Chicago Pet Project”! Pre-order your copy today. Proceeds of this book support Millie’s Mission, The PuppyMill Project’s rescue fund. Millie’s Mission helps other organizations involved in the direct rescue of puppy mill dogs pay for their extensive veterinary expenses. Photography by Karen Morgan.