Diagnosis and management of GI motility disorders

Gastrointestinal motility disorders are a diagnostic and therapeutic challenge for many practitioners. Here’s how to narrow down the affected area so you can identify the cause and provide appropriate treatment.

New study lays groundwork for heartworm vaccine development

With heartworm infections on the rise, researchers from the University of Liverpool have identified two immunosuppressive proteins in Dirofilaria immitis as potential targets for a novel vaccine.

Colorado squirrel tests positive for bubonic plague

The risk for contracting this infectious disease, which in the United States occurs primarily in the West, is extremely low when precautions are taken.

Study shows clients care what veterinarians wear

A maiden study pinpoints wardrobe styles pet owners prefer from their veterinarian, uncovering links between attire and the levels of trust, confidence, and comfort clients associate with the doctor.

Cat food recalled due to elevated levels of choline chloride

J. M. Smucker has recalled one lot of a cat food brand because of potential health concerns associated with high levels of this organic compound.

The power of gratitude during a pandemic

For this veterinarian, the COVID-19 pandemic has reaffirmed his love and appreciation for the veterinary profession.