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  • Horse Rescue - Start a Successful Sanctuary
    Rescuing horses is unlike rescuing dogs, cats, and other typical pets.  Often, these animals are saved when they are given away for free, or abandoned.   Conversely, horses are often saved from the road to the slaughterhouse or purchased at auctions attended by meat buyers.  The How To Best case, rescue organizations don’t “buy” animals, but […]
  • Pet and Disaster Preparedness
    Hurricanes.  Tornadoes.  Earthquakes.  It could be a snowstorm.  Or a flood.   You've made it through safely, but what about your pets?Follow these tips to make an emergency plan for your pets:1. Microchip your petsMicrochipping is one of the best ways to ensure that you and your pet are reunited if you are separated.  Include at […]
  • Beloved Best Friends - Our Favorite Dogs in Literature
    The kids are back in school.  The days are growing shorter.  Soon, a cold wind will blow and we’ll be spending more time indoors.  Put the remote down; it’s time to pick up a good book and hunker down in a comfy chair.Kids and adults alike love a good story that has a great dog […]

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12-7-17 Veterinary E-News Magazine

      TOP NEWS Study finds veterinary sterilization possibly safer than hysterectomy in women By: Veterinary Practice News A "stunning validation of the expertise and skill of spay/neuter veterinarians." Read More KSU researcher protects pigs against PRRS during reproduction By: Veterinary Practice News Mothers without the CD163 protein are resistant to the virus and [...]

By | December 7th, 2017|E-News Magazine|

Things Your Vet Won’t Tell You

We asked a few of our favorite veterinarians and vet technicians to share their pet vet tips.  Read what they have to say and learn how you can save time and money.   Medical notes aren’t just about your pet Most vet practices keep extensive notes on behavior—both animal and human.  If you act aggressively [...]

By | December 4th, 2017|Blog|

Horse Rescue – Start a Successful Sanctuary

Rescuing horses is unlike rescuing dogs, cats, and other typical pets.  Often, these animals are saved when they are given away for free, or abandoned.   Conversely, horses are often saved from the road to the slaughterhouse or purchased at auctions attended by meat buyers. The How To Best case, rescue organizations don’t “buy” animals, but [...]

By | November 28th, 2017|Blog|

Vet Nurse or Vet Tech – What’s In a Name?

The dream of working in the veterinary field often begins with a child’s first pet.  Pursuing a career as a vet tech or a vet nurse is the popular alternative for those animal lovers with limited time or limited finances.   A career as a vet tech or vet nurse provides an ever-changing work environment and [...]

By | November 13th, 2017|Blog|

11-09-17 Veterinary E-News Magazine

    TOP NEWS Kansas State University expands joint DVM training program with China By: Veterinary Practice News In May, the program graduated four students who are the first government-sponsored Chinese DVM recipients since 1949 Read More Animal cruelty charges against St. Catharines vet dropped By: Veterinary Practice News Animal cruelty charges have been dropped [...]

By | November 9th, 2017|E-News Magazine|

Pet and Disaster Preparedness

Hurricanes.  Tornadoes.  Earthquakes.  It could be a snowstorm.  Or a flood.   You've made it through safely, but what about your pets? Follow these tips to make an emergency plan for your pets: Microchip your pets Microchipping is one of the best ways to ensure that you and your pet are reunited if you are separated.  [...]

By | October 30th, 2017|Blog|

Beloved Best Friends – Our Favorite Dogs in Literature

The kids are back in school.  The days are growing shorter.  Soon, a cold wind will blow and we’ll be spending more time indoors.  Put the remote down; it’s time to pick up a good book and hunker down in a comfy chair. Kids and adults alike love a good story that has a great [...]

By | October 26th, 2017|Blog|

10-25-17 Veterinary E-News Magazine

    They Ate What?! X-ray Contest 2017 By: Veterinary Practice News They Ate This: Check out the winner, runners-up, and honorable mentions Read More TOP NEWS What do MDs know about zoonoses? Not a lot By: Sarah J. Wooten, DVM Research indicates that human physicians are unaware of and uncomfortable discussing zoonotic diseases. But [...]

By | October 25th, 2017|E-News Magazine|

Protect Your Horse From Autumn Health Hazards

With the start of autumn, new challenges arise for breeders, owners, and boarders. You need to be aware of a variety of conditions from colic to worming, atypical myopathy to mud fever. Colic Equine colic is defined as a condition of severe abdominal discomfort characterized by pawing, rolling, and sometimes the inability to defecate. The [...]

By | October 13th, 2017|Blog|

10-12-17 Veterinary E-News Magazine

    TOP NEWS The Affordable Care Act: Still alive and well - for now By: Mark E. Battersby Despite efforts to repeal or replace, veterinarians still need to be aware of health insurance regulations - for themselves and their employees. Read More Mars antitrust remedy 'not even a drop in the bucket'? By: Edie [...]

By | October 12th, 2017|E-News Magazine|
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