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CVC renamed, reinvented as Fetch, a dvm360 conference.By: Katie James, dvm360 Associate Content Specialist Veterinary conference presented by dvm360 team will focus on all facets of veterinary life and amp up the engagement.
Why one veterinarian was sued for breach of “standard” contract termsBy: Todd A. Newman
Why practice owners should never sign a binding document without carefully reviewing and understanding what it states.
Animal health week kicks off in Kansas City; CVC previews new identityBy: Kristi Reimer Fender, News Channel Director Corridor spanning much of Kansas and Missouri is home to 300-plus animal health companies, including leading veterinary conference.
Southern Veterinary Partners expands into South Carolina, Texas
By: Veterinary Practice News Editors
Southern Veterinary Partners announced that five veterinary clinics have joined its organization.
Canine cough outbreaks reported in multiple regionsBy: Edie Lau and Jennifer Fiala As an outbreak of severe, sometimes fatal, upper respiratory infections in dogs continues in Bozeman, Montana, veterinarians elsewhere in the state and beyond say they, too, are seeing serious cases of canine coughing.
Give pet owners food-as-medicine messaging
By: Elisa Jordan
A thorough, logical breakdown of therapeutic diets for veterinary clients dispels myths and highlights benefits.
10 secrets of veterinary anesthesia machinesBy: Phil Zeltzman, DVM, DACVS, CVJ, Fear Free Certified Increase patients’ safety while they’re under anesthesia, and boost your machine’s efficiency.
Synthetic dogs now used in veterinary educationBy: Christy Corp-Minamiji A new way to teach veterinary students to perform basic surgeries could eliminate the need to practice on live animals and cadavers.
Think that cat is fractious? Try freaked outBy: Margie Scherk, DVM, DABVP (feline practice) Your feline patients don’t consider themselves predators in your veterinary clinic-they considers themselves the prey. It’s time to reframe, not blame.
How to Help the Airway-Challenged CatBy: Don Jergler When it comes to feline airway diseases, such as asthma or bronchitis, there are some good ways to treat it.
Feline physical rehab: 7 tips to reduce stress to boost success
By: Mary Ellen Goldberg, BS, LVT, CVT, SRA, CCRA, CVPP, VTS-physical rehabilitation (OC)
Yes, you CAN rehab a cat. Really! It’s all about getting them comfortable in the environment.
Four reasons veterinary clients avoid regular checkups for their cats-and what you can do about it
By: Jane Brunt, DVM
One cat is seen for every five dogs, but our feline friends need veterinary health care love, too.
The Probiotic and Prebiotic Puzzle
By: Nettie Liburt, MS, PhD, PAS
There are so many different species of microorganisms in the horse’s gut, however, that it’s difficult to know if a probiotic supplement is the type needed to benefit his well-being.
New Approach to Equine Asthma: Nebulization and Fatty Acids
By: Kentucky Equine Research Staff
The long-term use of Corticosteroid anti-inflammatory drugs has important and potentially life-threatening sequelae such as laminitis, altered bone metabolism, decreased response to vaccination, development of systemic infections, and alterations in the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis.
Get horses, saddles and riders fit for performanceBy: David W. Ramey, DVM The veterinarians’ role in welfare and safety issues associated with saddle slipping and proper fit
9 apps for on-the-go equine practitionersBy: Kyle Palmer, CVT Ambulatory practitioners have so much cool tech at their fingertips now, it’s a shame not to use it. Here’s what we use in our veterinary practice.
Should botanical medicine be a formal veterinary specialty?By: Christy Corp-Minamiji, DVM Last October, the American College of Veterinary Botanical Medicine (ACVBM) petitioned the American Board of Veterinary Specialties (ABVS) for official recognition as a veterinary specialty organization.
Selecting a Consultant For Profit and ProfitabilityBy: Thomas E. Catanzaro, DVM, MHA With today’s intensely populated veterinary medical marketplace, savvy practices look for consultants to solve all their problems and stresses.
How veterinary teams can unleash their full potentialBy: Rebecca Rose, CVT
Staff are encouraged to design, create and find support for their careers so that each may reach new heights in job satisfaction, fulfillment and prosperity.
Is Your Cat Stressed? Take Our Test
By: Diagnostic Imaging Systems
Cats demonstrate stress in many ways, and the signs are often misunderstood. Some manifestations of stress can imitate medical conditions; it’s important to be able to tell the difference.