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The ARK at JFK: Ready for take off

VETTED - Mar 20, 2017

Veterinary hospital located within the ARK at JFK at John F. Kennedy International Airport is preparing for a flood of first-rate service for all domesticated species.

17 differences between selling to a corporation and an associate

VETTED - Mar 16, 2017

Is a corporate cat or a lone wolf the right buyer for your practice? Use this chart to weigh whether an associate or a corporation is the right buyer for you.

Not my circus, not my monkeys

VETTED - Mar 15, 2017

As members of a giving profession, veterinarians sometimes struggle to learn that dirty little word: no.

The perfect veterinary exam: A dvm360 diagram

VETTED - Mar 13, 2017

When the stars align, you have that perfect exam. Other times ... not so much. Um, hey, is your arm bleeding?

Career reboot: Bye-bye computers, hello vet med

VETTED - Mar 13, 2017

I had a solid career with a bright future when I felt a crazy urge to quit my job and go to vet school.

6 eye errors you’re probably overlooking

VETTED - Mar 13, 2017

Do you hesitate to prescribe antivirals? Or fail to check both eyes? Make sure you aren’t overlooking these common eye care oversights.

Breaking news

Technicians and cystocentesis: A closer look at veterinary supervision

DVM360 MAGAZINE - Mar 22, 2017

By Hannah Wagle, Assistant Content Specialist

Highly trained and experienced team members with the proper credentials can handle delicate procedures as well as—or better than—their bosses. So why do veterinarians have to be involved at all?

Old School, New School: 'Maybe I should start looking for another job … '

DVM360 MAGAZINE - Mar 21, 2017

By Jeremy Campfield, DVM

Drs. Codger and Greenskin face a crossroads, with both of their futures hanging in the balance.

Houston veterinarian charged with plot to murder her ex

DVM360 MAGAZINE - Mar 17, 2017

By Hannah Wagle, Assistant Content Specialist

Valerie McDaniel has been taken into custody after allegedly hiring a hit man to kill her ex-husband.

Clinical updates

What lies beneath: An overview of a veterinary abdominal ultrasonographic examination

VETERINARY MEDICINE - Mar 24, 2017

By Sarah J. Wooten, DVM

Join veterinary radiologist Dr. Kathy Spaulding on an ultrasonic tour of the intestinal tract and see which findings might indicate disease.

Sharp tools and good technique: A veterinary expert's advice on canine tooth extraction

VETERINARY MEDICINE - Mar 23, 2017

By Barden Greenfield, DVM, DAVDC, Sarah J. Wooten, DVM

Dr. Barden Greenfield can help you turn the tragedy of this particularly difficult extraction into a triumphant victory.

Is your demodicosis knowledge a bit (c)rusty?

VETERINARY MEDICINE - Mar 22, 2017

By Sarah J. Wooten, DVM

You ‘mite’ as well read up, because veterinary dermatologist Dr. Allison Kirby says a lot has changed in the past six years.

Practice life and business

17 differences between selling to a corporation and an associate

VETTED - Mar 16, 2017

By Dr. Karl Salszieder

Is a corporate cat or a lone wolf the right buyer for your practice? Use this chart to weigh whether an associate or a corporation is the right buyer for you.

Corporate buyout? Don't freak out

VETERINARY ECONOMICS - Mar 15, 2017

By Brian Conrad, CVPM

Your veterinary practice being bought by a corporation could be a great thing.

Product comparison chart: Digital Radiography

VETTED - Mar 14, 2017

By dvm360.com staff

The skinny on all the latest top digital radiography systems.

Teamwork and communication

Toxic teams: A crash course in the antidote

FIRSTLINE - Mar 24, 2017

By Oriana D. Scislowicz, BS, LVT, Portia Stewart, Editor, Team Channel Director

CVC educator Ori Scislowicz, BS, LVT, and dvm360 Team Channel Director Portia Stewart explore some of the data and the solutions for dealing with a toxic team.

Choose your own adventure

FIRSTLINE - Mar 24, 2017

By Oriana D. Scislowicz, BS, LVT

Would you be happiest working at a small, privately owned veterinary practice or a larger corporate practice? Use these factors to help plot your career path.

Feeling burnt out on fleas? Try these tips for client compliance

FIRSTLINE - Mar 23, 2017

By dvm360.com staff

We’ve combed (see what we did there?) through our archive to bring you the best reader-submitted tips to combat fleas.

Photo packages

Interior finishes and infectious disease: Dos and don’ts from a veterinary architect

VETERINARY HOSPITAL DESIGN - Mar 15, 2017

By Heather E. Lewis, AIA

As veterinary hospitals get more creative in design and look less like hospitals, it’s still important to use easy-to-clean finishes. Follow these tips from Heather Lewis, our favorite neat freak.

Career reboot: Bye-bye computers, hello vet med

VETTED - Mar 13, 2017

By Mary Gardner, DVM

I had a solid career with a bright future when I felt a crazy urge to quit my job and go to vet school.

Smile and say 'fleas!'

FIRSTLINE - Feb 28, 2017

By Brendan Howard, Business Channel Director

Would your veterinary team members or pet owners want to check out these funny pet photos and submit some of their own to this new contest?

Hospital design

Exam rooms that shine

VETERINARY HOSPITAL DESIGN - Mar 24, 2017

By Dan Chapel, AIA, NCARB

This crucial space can set the tone of the entire visit with your clients. Use these tips from veterinary architect Dan Chapel, to keep your space functional and beautiful.

Pack/prep/scrub smarts

VETERINARY HOSPITAL DESIGN - Mar 23, 2017

By dvm360.com staff

With a little functional forethought, you can set yourself up for sterility when designing your veterinary hospital’s pack/prep/scrub area.

What in the world is a schematic design?

VETERINARY HOSPITAL DESIGN - Mar 22, 2017

By Heather E. Lewis, AIA

The dream-into-reality moment of your veterinary design project explained.