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Keep compassion fatigue at bay

VETTED - Aug 14, 2018

This key skill is one of the biggest factors needed to fight the compassion fatigue and burnout that weighs veterinary professionals down, according to Vets4Vets organizer Dr. Bree Montana.

Cushing's confusion? Ask a veterinary endocrinologist

VETERINARY MEDICINE - Aug 10, 2018

You know all those questions you have about managing Cushing's disease, like what do those numbers on the low-dose dexamethasone suppression test mean? We have the answers, courtesy of Dr. David Bruyette!

Photobiomodulation facts and functions in veterinary rehab

VETTED - Aug 09, 2018

More commonly known as laser therapy, let's take a look at what we currently know about how it can help many of your veterinary patients.

What’s keeping you up at night?

VETTED - Aug 09, 2018

Hint: It’s not trying to dream up new ways to cheat or scam veterinary clients, despite the fact you’ve heard “You’re only in it for the money” at least three times this week.

DYK? Your practice can totally steal these social media nuggets

VETTED - Aug 09, 2018

You’ll be able to educate your clients on all kinds of veterinary topics with these golden posts and tweets.

5 steps to a pitch-perfect wellness plan

VETTED - Aug 07, 2018

Every veterinary practice has a unique voice and mission, so "one-plan-fits-all" doesn’t work. Here are my tips for managing a wellness-plan that fits your vision, not someone else’s.

Breaking news

University of Florida veterinarians successful in rare equine hip surgery

DVM360 MAGAZINE - Aug 13, 2018

By dvm360.com staff

A femoral head ostectomy in a horse? Not a problem when the patient is a miniature horse that can benefit from a surgery normally used in even smaller companion animals.

Equine malocclusions: Are you overfiling?

DVM360 MAGAZINE - Aug 10, 2018

By Ed Kane, PhD

With class 1 malocclusions, warns an equine veterinary dentist, you must do a thorough examination of the bone structure before trying to even out a horse’s teeth.

dvm360 product report: Fight feline parasites as well as canine obesity, arthritis and dental disease

DVM360 MAGAZINE - Aug 10, 2018

By dvm360.com staff

Here's our regular rundown of new and notable veterinary products.

Clinical updates

The ABCs of veterinary dentistry: ‘O’ is for oral masses of the malignant kind

DVM360 MAGAZINE - Aug 14, 2018

By Jan Bellows, DVM, DAVDC, DABVP, FAVD

The histopathology report from the oral biopsy came back as malignant—now what? Surgery? Radiation? Chemotherapy? Watchful waiting?

'One Spay More': a revolutionary final project

VETERINARY MEDICINE - Aug 13, 2018

By dvm360.com staff

Creative veterinary students go all in on a must-see Les Miserables parody.

Cushing's confusion? Ask a veterinary endocrinologist

VETERINARY MEDICINE - Aug 10, 2018

By Alyson Collins

You know all those questions you have about managing Cushing's disease, like what do those numbers on the low-dose dexamethasone suppression test mean? We have the answers, courtesy of Dr. David Bruyette!

Practice life and business

Keep compassion fatigue at bay

VETTED - Aug 14, 2018

By Hannah Wagle, Assistant Content Specialist

This key skill is one of the biggest factors needed to fight the compassion fatigue and burnout that weighs veterinary professionals down, according to Vets4Vets organizer Dr. Bree Montana.

5 steps to get you out from under vet school debt

VETTED - Aug 14, 2018

By Kathryn Primm, DVM

A little common sense—and some support from your veterinary colleagues—will keep you from being crushed by the mountain.

5 steps to a pitch-perfect wellness plan

VETTED - Aug 07, 2018

By Meg Oliver

Every veterinary practice has a unique voice and mission, so "one-plan-fits-all" doesn’t work. Here are my tips for managing a wellness-plan that fits your vision, not someone else’s.

Teamwork and communication

3 swim solutions for dogs

FIRSTLINE - Aug 14, 2018

By dvm360.com staff

Outdoor dog gear company Doog dishes up three water-friendly dog items your veterinary clients might want.

What’s keeping you up at night?

VETTED - Aug 09, 2018

By Portia Stewart, Editor, Team Channel Director

Hint: It’s not trying to dream up new ways to cheat or scam veterinary clients, despite the fact you’ve heard “You’re only in it for the money” at least three times this week.

How to: Up your anesthesia game as a veterinary technician

FIRSTLINE - Aug 08, 2018

By Tasha McNerney, BS, CVT, CVPP, VTS (anesthesia and analgesia)

An original Veterinary Anesthesia Nerd says 'that's just the way we've always done it' is a bad basis for anesthetic protocols.

Photo packages

A gallery of meow-sterpieces

FIRSTLINE - Aug 08, 2018

By Hannah Wagle, Assistant Content Specialist

Paintings become that much better with a pudgy tabby cat added into the mix, don’t you agree?

New York State of design

VETERINARY HOSPITAL DESIGN - Jul 25, 2018

By Ashley Griffin

Looks matter! Especially when your specialty hospital is built to serve an upscale community on the East Coast. Find out how the team at Gold Coast Center for Veterinary Care channeled their New York state of design.

Vet confessions: Clients are so weird …

Jul 20, 2018

By dvm360.com staff

We know, we know, people are weird. Here are some of the weirder (and sadder) interactions that happen within the four walls of a veterinary practice.

Hospital design

Let natural light into your veterinary clinic's treatment area

VETERINARY HOSPITAL DESIGN - Aug 14, 2018

By Ashley Shoults, AIA

Sunlight is good for the patients and the staff. But it's tricky to get it to the entire hospital. Listen to an architect's solutions.

Why your veterinary hospital's landscaping matters

VETTED - Aug 09, 2018

By Katie James, dvm360 Associate Content Specialist

Signage and porches help with curb appeal for your practice. And don't neglect Mother Nature's contribution in grass, flowers and other greenery.

Cost estimating will save headaches later on

VETERINARY HOSPITAL DESIGN - Aug 03, 2018

By Heather E. Lewis, AIA

Help your veterinary construction project stay on point and on budget with this critical assistant.