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Oregon veterinarian imprisoned in Southeast Asia

DVM360 MAGAZINE - Nov 19, 2014

By Katie James, Assistant Content Specialist

Stacey Addison, DVM, arrested in Timor-Leste as witness to a crime.

Laundry detergent pods, a concern for kids, can harm pets too

Pet Poison Helpline - Nov 19, 2014

By Heather Handley, DVM

Advise your veterinary clients about this hazard—and when they need to seek your help.

UPDATE: Social media gives glimpse into veterinary clinics grappling with monster snowstorm

DVM360 MAGAZINE - Nov 19, 2014

By dvm360.com staff

Veterinary clinics near Buffalo, N.Y., connect with clients via Facebook as snow paralyzes region.

Clinical updates

Journal Scan: Can antibody response to Leptospira vaccine reliably predict resistance to infection?

VETERINARY MEDICINE - Nov 19, 2014

By Jennifer L. Garcia, DVM, DACVIM

These researchers are the first to examine this question in client-owned dogs.

Video: Don't stress out your cat!

VETERINARY MEDICINE - Nov 12, 2014

By dvm360.com staff

Are you committing any of these feline stress-inducing faux pas?

How owners can help monitor heart disease in their pets

VETERINARY MEDICINE - Nov 05, 2014

By Sonya Gordon, DVM, DVSc, DACVIM

Tell owners to be on the lookout for this early indicator of worsening disease.

Practice life and business

Start your veterinary New Year's resolutions now

VETERINARY ECONOMICS - Nov 18, 2014

By Jeff Rothstein, DVM, MBA

Don't wait until January to decide on the ways you want your practice to shine in 2015.

Practice Tip: A Fear Free solution to noisy clipboards

VETERINARY ECONOMICS - Nov 14, 2014

By Shari Lyons, DVM

This veterinary hospital quiets offending clicks with a simple piece of tape.

Q&A: I’m ready to work on exotic pets! Where do I start?

VETERINARY ECONOMICS - Nov 10, 2014

By Laurie Hess, DVM, Dipl. ABVP (Avian)

Dip your toe in exotics with these first steps for veterinarians ready to delve into caring for pets that are less common—but no less lovable.

Teamwork and communication

Vet-spiration issue 6: The "we're nuts for fall" edition

FIRSTLINE - Nov 18, 2014

By dvm360.com staff

Cattoos—squirrel—canines fighting cancer—squirrel!—cat traps demystified and—squirrel!!!—in this issue of your veterinary inspiration digest.

Six savvy questions to launch a successful online veterinary pharmacy

FIRSTLINE - Nov 13, 2014

By dvm360.com staff

A flash roundtable Q&A where VHMA members answer your top questions about creating an online pharmacy.

Get veterinary technicians involved in practice marketing

FIRSTLINE - Nov 12, 2014

By dvm360.com staff

Images and words from the front line tell compelling stories.

Photo packages

UPDATE: Social media gives glimpse into veterinary clinics grappling with monster snowstorm

DVM360 MAGAZINE - Nov 19, 2014

By dvm360.com staff

Veterinary clinics near Buffalo, N.Y., connect with clients via Facebook as snow paralyzes region.

Vet-spiration issue 6: The "we're nuts for fall" edition

FIRSTLINE - Nov 18, 2014

By dvm360.com staff

Cattoos—squirrel—canines fighting cancer—squirrel!—cat traps demystified and—squirrel!!!—in this issue of your veterinary inspiration digest.

Courageous canines fighting cancer

FIRSTLINE - Nov 11, 2014

By Adam Oliver

Two true and uplifting stories of amazing dogs handling a cancer diagnosis.

Hospital design

Why “You’re too far away” is NOT a good excuse to skip a veterinary-focused architect

VETERINARY HOSPITAL DESIGN - Nov 19, 2014

By dvm360.com staff

Don't sweat the long-distance relationship.

How big should your veterinary clinic be?

VETERINARY HOSPITAL DESIGN - Nov 06, 2014

By dvm360.com staff

You're not the first to wonder. Get an expert's advice and get armed to calculate future perfection.

Slippery when wet: 3 options for spill-prone areas of your veterinary hospital

VETERINARY HOSPITAL DESIGN - Oct 30, 2014

By dvm360.com staff

Get a grip on flooring.

Improve your leasehold veterinary hospital's look

VETERINARY ECONOMICS - Oct 01, 2014

By Dan Chapel, AIA

Are you stuck in a strip mall or neighborhood that's seen better days? Try these tips from veterinary architect Dan Chapel, AIA, to freshen up your practice's look.