Cat towel wraps, canine scent training dangers and more in the dvm360 Five

Cat towel wraps, canine scent training dangers and more in the dvm360 Five

The latest veterinary medicine, business and team news.
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Mar 25, 2014
By dvm360.com staff

This installment of the Five features the potential for accidental poisoning through canine "scent training" and an update on the Veterinary Medicine Mobility Act. We'll also get a preview of a safe cat handling technique from Dr. Sofia Yin. Also onboard are industry experts Drs. Ernie Ward and Karen Felsted. dvm360 Assistant Content Specialist Katie James hosts episode 65.

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