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Bentley's multiple tests confirm the dog is Ebola-free

DVM360 MAGAZINE - Oct 31, 2014

By dvm360.com staff

Veterinarians will release the dog to his now Ebola-free owner, Nina Pham, Saturday.

A response to charges of elitism in veterinary accreditation controversy

DVM360 MAGAZINE - Oct 31, 2014

By dvm360.com staff

Group desires independent and autonomous accrediting body similar to human medicine.

K-State researcher looks to develop vaccines against tick-borne disease

DVM360 MAGAZINE - Oct 31, 2014

By dvm360.com staff

Veterinary medicine could benefit from studies on Ehrlichia chaffeensis.

Clinical updates

Control of postamputation bleeding using aminocaproic acid

VETERINARY MEDICINE - Oct 29, 2014

By Jennifer L. Garcia, DVM, DACVIM

This study in retired racing greyhounds offers hope for breeds at risk for postoperative bleeding.

An essential question veterinarians should ask for itchy pets

VETERINARY MEDICINE - Oct 22, 2014

By Rudayna Ghubash, DVM, DACVD

How to begin to distinguish between allergic dogs and other sources of rashes and itching.

Aminocaproic acid's effectiveness as a hemostatic agent after gonadectomy

VETERINARY MEDICINE - Oct 15, 2014

By Jennifer L. Garcia, DVM, DACVIM

This study investigated whether aminocaproic acid can help with delayed bleeding after spays or neuters in retired racing greyhounds.

Practice life and business

Practice tip: An alternate use for 1ml syringes

VETERINARY ECONOMICS - Oct 31, 2014

By Melissa Pilarczyk, RVT

This practice uses the syringes to hold endotracheal tubes instead of gauze.

Fingerprints: Dr. Steve Ettinger

VETERINARY ECONOMICS - Oct 30, 2014

By Marty Becker, DVM

What you’d ask and what you’d never think to ask a leading voice of veterinary medicine. Join us for the first monthly installment of “Fingerprints,” a series of Q&As with important veterinary luminaries who are leaving their unique imprint on our industry.

Veterinary Technician Week is over, but I'm not done!

VETERINARY ECONOMICS - Oct 21, 2014

By Andrew Rollo, DVM

DVM confession time: I'm nothing without my vet techs.

Teamwork and communication

10 essential cats and quotes

FIRSTLINE - Oct 31, 2014

By dvm360.com staff

Appreciate the beauty of cats with this homage to the feline form.

Photo gallery: The furry faces of fall

FIRSTLINE - Oct 30, 2014

By dvm360.com staff

These precious pets are having a howling good time enjoying the perks of autumn.

Photo gallery: Veterinary Technician All Stars

FIRSTLINE - Oct 16, 2014

By dvm360.com staff

Check out this gallery of amazing technicians who bring smiles to pets, people and their coworkers.

Photo packages

10 essential cats and quotes

FIRSTLINE - Oct 31, 2014

By dvm360.com staff

Appreciate the beauty of cats with this homage to the feline form.

Photo gallery: The furry faces of fall

FIRSTLINE - Oct 30, 2014

By dvm360.com staff

These precious pets are having a howling good time enjoying the perks of autumn.

Your veterinary clinic cat texts your techs

FIRSTLINE - Oct 13, 2014

By CC the Clinic Cat

CC, your veterinary clinic cat, celebrates National Veterinary Technician Week with her own brand of cat sass.

Hospital design

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

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.

There goes the neighborhood: Concern during the planning and zoning process

VETERINARY HOSPITAL DESIGN - Sep 18, 2014

By dvm360.com staff

Here are three common things about your veterinary hospital build that could cause nearby residents distress—and tips for how to respond.

Cost per square foot: Clear up the confusion

VETERINARY ECONOMICS - Sep 01, 2014

By dvm360.com staff

Count on another practice’s arbitrary figure, and you may be setting yourself up for disappointment when you see your own real numbers.