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Vetted: Because practice ain't perfect

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VETTED: Jul 15, 2016
Old. Geriatric. Senior! How do these words make you feel? It's time to reframe your senior diagnostic conversations with veterinary clients with these three steps with this advice.
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VETTED: Jul 13, 2016
By dvm360.com staff
You might wonder what a veterinary podcast is doing interviewing an architect. But Heather Lewis, partner at Animal Arts, a firm in Boulder, Colorado, is no ordinary architect—she's also a devoted advocate of minimizing pets' stress and anxiety during their veterinary visits. And she's got a lot to tell you!
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VETTED: Jul 13, 2016
This turns "in-house diagnostics" into "in-the-home diagnostics." The Petnostics urine collector does it all: helps a cat owner collect pee, has a color-changing strip to show results and has a smartphone app to explain it all.
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VETERINARY MEDICINE: Jul 13, 2016
Familiarize yourself with this frightening condition in dogs and how you can best identify and overcome it.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Jul 13, 2016
We're breaking down stereotypes about older pet owners (Hint: They don't all like to be treated as cute, little ol' people) and replacing them with guidelines for better communication.
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VETERINARY MEDICINE: Jul 12, 2016
9 tips to help cats in your veterinary clinic have less stress and more appetite
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VETTED: Jul 07, 2016
The ticklish facts behind the three stages of shaving that cat/dog/rabbit.
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VETTED: Jul 07, 2016
You don't have an ultrasound machine in your veterinary practice yet, but you're thinking that it might be ideal for that case that just walked into your door. Here's one imaging expert's guidance on which cases are mostly likely to yield diagnostic results.
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VETTED: Jul 06, 2016
By dvm360.com staff
Don't let the dog days of summer get to your patients. Help their owners keep them cool with these items.
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VETTED: Jul 06, 2016
By dvm360.com staff
Reader says vomiting isn't a major sign in feline pancreatitis. Our feline expert agrees.