Wild horses and ailing dogs in the dvm360 Five

Wild horses and ailing dogs in the dvm360 Five

Updates on veterinary news, practice management, architecture and surgery—all in one stop
Oct 21, 2013
By dvm360.com staff

Updates on wild horse population management and a Midwest mystery illness in dogs top the news in this edition of the Five. We also hear from Dr. Jennifer Wardlaw with practical advice on orthopedic surgery. Expert tips from Mark Opperman, CVPM, and veterinary architect Heather Lewis, AIA, round out the program. Episode 61 is hosted by dvm360 Associate Content Specialist Ashley Barforoush.

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