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Vetted: VetEc + VetMed, shaken not stirred

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VETTED: Jun 24, 2016
SDMA markers can be detected earlier than other indicators of chronic kidney disease, leading to faster management.
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VETTED: Jun 22, 2016
If you're in private practice and beholden to pet owners for your success in veterinary medicine, can you afford to skip the very basics of the exam room experience? (Hint: "No" is the answer you're looking for.) Here they are ...
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VETTED: Jun 17, 2016
By dvm360.com staff
dvm360 expert Brian Conrad, CVPM, gets black and white about the benefits of therapeutic diets, how to sell them to clients and how to convince veterinary hospital management that it's a totally brilliant idea.
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VETTED: Jun 16, 2016
You know her as oncologist Dr. Sue Cancer Vet, the force behind the See Something, Do Something early cancer detection campaign. This could also be the tagline for her life adventures thus far.
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VETTED: Jun 14, 2016
By dvm360.com staff
No more excuses: Our experts examine your top three exam-room battles and offer tips to get you better results—really.
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VETTED: Jun 14, 2016
By dvm360.com staff
We've long admired Dr. Radosta's no-nonsense take on pets' behavior problems. What we didn't expect was to be so utterly captivated by her outlook on parenting, veterinary life and animal welfare. This interview is a thing of beauty. Do yourself a favor and listen.
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VETTED: Jun 14, 2016
By dvm360.com staff
Shhhh ... your secret's safe with us.
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VETTED: Jun 13, 2016
Don’t judge pet owners who get their advice from TV trainers—guide them toward a better outcome with these thoughtful tips from a behavior expert and a certified professional dog trainer.
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VETTED: Jun 09, 2016
You can still be bullish on bulldogs without ignoring a few medical issues these beloved dogs sometimes experience.
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VETTED: Jun 09, 2016
Dr. David Bruyette, AKA "Dr. Endocrine," is back with the basics (and a bit more) on treating this sometimes tricky disease.