Florida’s North American Veterinary Heart Center holds grand openingBy: Veterinary Practice News The center provides advanced surgical care, cardiac patient management, and treatments to prolong heart patients’ lives
Mars Inc. buys British veterinary-hospital chainBy: Edie Lau Linnaeus Group adds 87 sites to Mars’ spreading ownership
Postoperative bleeding in greyhounds; what it may mean for deerhoundsBy: John E. Dillberger, DVM Recommendations for using Amicar in deerhounds
Dog flu gets worrisome
By: Jennifer Fiala
Cases of canine influenza linked to imported rescue dogs from Asia.
Physiological benefits may be experienced by veterans with PTSD who use service dogsBy: Purdue University A new study shows how veterans with PTSD may benefit physiologically from using service dogs.
Blame the mother’s gene: Discovery for a blinding canine eye disease
By: University of Helsinki
Discovery for a blinding canine eye disease reveals an unprecedented mode of inheritance
Dogs and cats prefer protein, right? Not so, says OSU studyBy: Veterinary Practice News Cats are carb lovers, according to study results published in the Journal of Experimental Biology.
Lysine: A therapeutic zombie?
By: Brennen McKenzie, MA, MSc, VMD, cVMA
The life cycle of the ineffective treatment of L-lysine for the prevention and management of feline herpesvirus (FHV-1)
Remind horse owners to safeguard against rabiesBy: Veterinary Practice News While dogs are vaccinated against rabies without question, the majority of equines-often at higher risk-are not vaccinated
It’s All in the Genes: Horse Traits and HeritabilityBy: Nancy S. Loving, DVM Scientists are continuing to uncover which genes are responsible for certain traits in horses.
Equine Obesity, Osteoarthritis, and InflammationBy: Kentucky Equine Research Staff Current estimates suggest that one-third of all domestic horses are obese, placing them at a higher risk for such diseases as osteoarthritis.
Study: In Horse Breeding, Equine Opposites AttractBy: Christa Leste-Lasserre, MA A mare’s attraction to a stallion-specifically, to his body odors, or ŘMHC”-affects pregnancy success rate. And, researchers found, mares appear to prefer stallions with MHCs that differ from their own.
What I learned from Franklin Covey
By: Matthew Salois, PhD
Veterinary economics isn’t always about big financial trends. Sometimes it’s about drilling down to what you’re trying to do in your practice and trying out a new process, like this one, to get there.
Mommy guilt is real: Vets spill on parentingBy: dvm360.com staff
Veterinary professionals confess about life as a mom or dad and while working at busy practices.
The pathogenesis of a veterinarianBy: Bo Brock, DVM It takes years of blood, sweat and tears to get a veterinary degree, but it can take about five seconds in the real world to feel clinically incompetent.
June is Adopt-a-Cat Month
By: Diagnostic Imaging Systems
Spring is “kitten season” and that means thousands of newborns join the millions of cats already in shelters across the country. Your local shelter staff is ready to assist you in finding your perfect fur baby match.
Come to our booth for demos and special pricing