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A longstanding community practice needs a facility that reflects its standards of care—and fulfilling that mission earned one hospital the highest honors in the 2020 dvm360 Hospital Design Competition.
The new WSAVA initiative has already awarded one veterinarian with scholarship funds, pain management training and the title of the first key opinion leader of veterinary pain management, but the technician scholarship is still up for grabs.
According to the university's veterinary team, this screening tool is superior to any other that utilizes routine blood tests available to veterinarians.
A New Jersey small animal veterinarian shares how the pandemic has impacted his practice and explains his new approach for veterinary house calls.
A recent webinar for veterinary practice owners and managers shed some light on how to reduce workplace exposure to the novel coronavirus, and the legal rights and responsibilities when it comes to employees and their business.