Live coverage of CVC Kansas City

4 ways to handle sticky situations with veterinary clients

FIRSTLINE - Aug 27, 2014

Andy Roark, DVM and Brian Conrad, CVPM, provided anecdotes and tips at the CVC Kansas City for resolving conflict in an effective way.

Shawn Gatesman wins inaugural Veterinary Economics’ Practice Manager of the Year award

VETERINARY ECONOMICS - Aug 27, 2014

Gatesman answered questions about his win live at CVC Kansas City.

Complete veterinary workups essential—but use them wisely

DVM360 MAGAZINE - Aug 27, 2014

Overreliance on advanced diagnostics can harm client trust, says Dr. Jeff Werber at CVC.

A shoe in for CVC Kansas City

FIRSTLINE - Aug 27, 2014

We stepped it up and stepped out at CVC Kansas City to bring you some of the snappiest styles on foot from the conference.

From stenosis to rug scooting: Transitions for veterinary associates

VETERINARY ECONOMICS - Aug 26, 2014

Years out of school, associate Dr. Andy Rollo thinks back to the weirdness of general practice versus the university teaching hospital.

Pets and ice buckets, cats on heroin and clinic coloring books: The dvm360 Five live from CVC

DVM360 MAGAZINE - Aug 26, 2014

Special report from CVC Kansas City.

The dogs of CVC Kansas City 2014

FIRSTLINE - Aug 26, 2014

We sniffed out the cutest canines at the conference and compiled a dizzying array of dogs in this quick, feel-good video.

Feeling financial pressures? CVC panel says you're not alone

VETERINARY ECONOMICS - Aug 26, 2014

Experts in Kansas City discussed financial, generational and gender issues.

Breaking news

Recalled Pedigree dog food may contain metal fragments

DVM360 MAGAZINE - Aug 28, 2014

By dvm360.com staff

Mars Petcare says the recall is limited to 15-pound bags sold at Dollar General stores in four states.

University of Arizona moves forward with veterinary school as request for funding is answered

DVM360 MAGAZINE - Aug 27, 2014

By dvm360.com staff

Veterinary program will begin in 2015 on private, not public funds.

Complete veterinary workups essential—but use them wisely

DVM360 MAGAZINE - Aug 27, 2014

By Jeff Werber, DVM

Overreliance on advanced diagnostics can harm client trust, says Dr. Jeff Werber at CVC.

Clinical updates

Gossypiboma-induced abdominal fibrosarcoma in a German shepherd

VETERINARY MEDICINE - Aug 26, 2014

By A. Catherine Peace, DVM, Michael W. Riggs, DVM, PhD, DACVP

This potentially deadly surgical complication is preventable. Let this case report remind you about—and reinforce the importance of—counting surgical sponges.

Is your ego bigger than a giraffe?

VETERINARY MEDICINE - Aug 25, 2014

By Julie Scheidegger

Don’t assume you know how to handle every exotic case that falls in your lap.

Stress sanitary practices with raw food diets

VETERINARY MEDICINE - Aug 25, 2014

By Victoria Biondi, Assistant Content Specialist

Avoid pet and human health hazards by educating pet owners on how to handle raw food diets hygienically.

Practice life and business

Shawn Gatesman wins inaugural Veterinary Economics’ Practice Manager of the Year award

VETERINARY ECONOMICS - Aug 27, 2014

By Katie James, Assistant Content Specialist

Gatesman answered questions about his win live at CVC Kansas City.

How to help veterinary team members earn more

VETERINARY ECONOMICS - Aug 26, 2014

By Liane Ehrich, CVT

Financial success at a veterinary hospital can pay off when it comes to salaries.

From stenosis to rug scooting: Transitions for veterinary associates

VETERINARY ECONOMICS - Aug 26, 2014

By dvm360.com staff

Years out of school, associate Dr. Andy Rollo thinks back to the weirdness of general practice versus the university teaching hospital.

Teamwork and communication

Vet-spiration Issue 4: CVC Kansas City Edition

FIRSTLINE - Aug 29, 2014

By dvm360.com staff

Get ready, be happy with this dose of inspiration and motivation from the CVC.

A shoe in for CVC Kansas City

FIRSTLINE - Aug 27, 2014

By dvm360.com staff

We stepped it up and stepped out at CVC Kansas City to bring you some of the snappiest styles on foot from the conference.

The dogs of CVC Kansas City 2014

FIRSTLINE - Aug 26, 2014

By dvm360.com staff

We sniffed out the cutest canines at the conference and compiled a dizzying array of dogs in this quick, feel-good video.

Photo packages

The dogs of CVC Kansas City 2014

FIRSTLINE - Aug 26, 2014

By dvm360.com staff

We sniffed out the cutest canines at the conference and compiled a dizzying array of dogs in this quick, feel-good video.

Peanut Wigglebutt tops list of wacky names for dogs

DVM360 MAGAZINE - Aug 15, 2014

By dvm360.com staff

Veterinary pet insurance provider shares stories of how policy holders named pets.

Snuggles Butt Le Lee tops list of wacky names for cats

DVM360 MAGAZINE - Aug 15, 2014

By dvm360.com staff

VPI shares stories of how policy holders named pets.

Vet-spiration Issue 3: Your veterinary inspiration digest

FIRSTLINE - Aug 07, 2014

By dvm360.com staff

Renew your well of passion for practice with five good things from the veterinary world this week.

Hospital design

Veterinary design project survives and thrives through recession

VETERINARY HOSPITAL DESIGN - Aug 27, 2014

By Heather E. Lewis, AIA

With determination and grit, these practice owners battled a tough economy to build a booming business.

How isolated is your isolation ward?

VETERINARY HOSPITAL DESIGN - Aug 25, 2014

By dvm360.com staff

Dr. Ken Schenk of Mueller Pet Medical Center—the 2014 Hospital of the Year Award winner—shares the thought and planning that went into the orientation of his clinic's ward.

Lighting tricks to transform your veterinary hospital

VETERINARY HOSPITAL DESIGN - Aug 24, 2014

By Victoria Biondi, Assistant Content Specialist

Learn how strategic light fixture placement can reflect different spatial impressions of any room in your clinic.

Why make a return visit to the Veterinary Economics Hospital Design Conference?

Aug 22, 2014

By dvm360.com staff

Due to the scope of remodel and design projects, a trip to the Veterinary Economics Hospital Design Conference might seem like a career one-off. Not so, says Dr. Robert Shurtleff, who made a second visit in 2014. Listen as he shares his story with dvm360 Content Director Marnette Falley.