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Vetcetera: dvm360 is your source for veterinary video

dvm360.com - Feb 27, 2015

By dvm360.com staff

Highly technical procedures, in depth discussions, and ridiculous spoofs all come to life in dvm360's massive archive of video clips - all available for free.

Client video: How can I recognize constipation in my cat?

VETERINARY MEDICINE - Feb 24, 2015

By Margie Scherk, DVM, DABVP (feline practice)

Look after your kitty with this expert advice.

Veterinarians: Your clients are going to Google with these cat questions

dvm360.com - Feb 24, 2015

By dvm360.com staff

Search engine shares the top 10 questions people asked about dogs and cats in 2014.

Coffee on the Couch: A conversation with veterinary technician Megan Brashear

FIRSTLINE - Feb 24, 2015

By dvm360.com staff

Tasha McNerney, BS, CVT, and guest Megan Brashear, CVT, VTS (ECC), discuss growing your career as a vet tech over coffee on the couch.

Vetcetera: Meet the WVLDI

dvm360.com - Feb 20, 2015

By dvm360.com staff

dvm360.com and the Women’s Veterinary Leadership Development Initiative are teaming up to bring you great content.

Veterinary team members: How to blow your performance review

FIRSTLINE - Feb 19, 2015

By dvm360.com staff

A meeting with your manager is no time to improvise.

Is your veterinary practice missing opportunities with senior patients?

VETERINARY ECONOMICS - Feb 19, 2015

By dvm360.com staff

Paying attention to this segment of your client base is important to clients and business.

Video cameras and panic buttons: Designing with security in mind

VETERINARY HOSPITAL DESIGN - Feb 18, 2015

By dvm360.com staff

Build safety into your veterinary clinic with equipment and strategy.

What are dog owners asking "Dr. Google?"

dvm360.com - Feb 18, 2015

By dvm360.com staff

Eye opening information about what your clients are researching.

Video: Tracheotomy with tracheostomy tube placement in dogs

VETERINARY MEDICINE - Feb 18, 2015

By Don R. Waldron, DVM, DACVS

Dr. Don Waldron demonstrates this technique, which may be indicated in patients with life-threatening upper airway obstruction, trauma, neoplasia, or functional abnormality and in many other situations.

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