Episode 79: Oral microbiome and the future of veterinary dentistry
In this episode of The Vet Blast Podcast, Jan Bellows, DVM, DAVDC, DABVP, FAVD, shares why oral microbiome testing has him excited about the possibilities for small-animal dentistry.
Episode 78: A deep dive into cat allergies
In this episode of The Vet Blast Podcast, Dr Adam Christman interviews Steve Dale, CABC, on the topic of feline allergies.
3 quick tips for addressing common feline nuisance behaviors
Meghan E. Herron, DVM, DACVB, spoke at VMX about handling common feline nuisance behaviors that cause stress for clients.
Episode 77: Tools for predicting underlying and future dental disease
In this episode of The Vet Blast Podcast, Dr Adam Christman interviews Kash Kuruppu, DVM, about how the oral microbiome is quickly becoming an important marker in the early detection of dental disease.
Solving problem scratching with a fear-free approach
Cats have an inherent need to scratch. Pet parents have an inherent desire to protect their furniture. Both can be achieved.
Fear free: keep cats off the kitchen countertop by creating a more enticing alternative
Meghan E. Herron, DVM, DACVB, shares tips to help clients with cats who love to perch on their countertops.
Episode 76: Relief veterinary medicine and motherhood
In this episode of The Vet Blast Podcast, Dr Adam Christman is joined by Emily Singler, VMD, who shares her experiences juggling relief veterinary medicine and motherhood.
Reducing feline stress with multimodal environmental modification (MEMO)
Can a cat's anxiety with their environment really manifest in physical symptoms?
The pros and cons of continuous glucose monitors
Claire Fellman, PhD, DVM, DACVIM (SAIM), DACVCP, discusses what to expect with continuous glucose monitors.
Scratching, chewing, hunting, viewing: enhancing the feline environment
Cats have natural needs that, when unmet, can lead to troublesome behaviors. Meghan E. Herron, DVM, DACVB, shares how to create an environment that serves those needs.
Taking the time to retain clients actually saves your staff time
During an interview with dvm360®, Jason Wernli, president at AllyDVM, detailed how marketing and client retention policies actually improve staff efficiency.
Episode 75: Not all spinal injuries require surgery
In this episode of The Vet Blast Podcast, Dr Adam Christman interviews Ane Uriarte, a specialist in veterinary neurology, about the different approaches to spinal injuries.
What is the best insulin for diabetic cats?
Claire Fellman, PhD, DVM, DACVIM (SAIM), DACVCP, talks about different insulin options and what the literature tells us about their effectiveness in lowering blood-glucose levels.
The data you already have could be making you more money
During an interview with dvm360®, Jason Wernli, president at AllyDVM, spoke about how practice owners are missing opportunities to schedule more appointments.
Histories and physical exams for reptiles: don't get complacent
Mark A. Mitchell, DVM, MS, PhD, DECZM (Herpetology), shares why it is important not to overlook the value of performing these practices thoroughly.
Feline diabetes: tight control vs loose control
Claire Fellman, PhD, DVM, DACVIM (SAIM), DACVCP, explains the difference between tightly controlling glucose and focusing more on the clinical signs and other factors of diabetes in cats.
Simple strategies to start forward booking today
During an interview with dvm360®, Jason Wernli, president at AllyDVM, explained how to overcome internal resistance to forward booking to increase appointments and revenue.
Just how low-carb should you go with diabetic cats?
Claire Fellman, PhD, DVM, DACVIM (SAIM), DACVCP, shares the pros and cons of low-carb vs "ultra" low-carb diets in cats with diabetes.
Episode 74: How your euthanasia protocols enhance team well-being
In this episode of The Vet Blast Podcast, Dr Adam Christman interviews CAETA founder and director of education—Kathleen Cooney, DVM, MS, CHPV, CCFP—and academy director Stephanie Messick about how the right approach to euthanasia can make all the difference.
How technology can up your client retention game
During an interview with dvm360®, Jason Wernli, president at AllyDVM, shared the challenges with client retention and how technology can alleviate some of the burden.
Digitail adds new features to its PIMS and pet parent app
The company also shares a sneak peek at new enhancements coming in future updates.
Educating clients on correcting nuisance behaviors
In a dvm360® interview, Chris Pachel, DVM, DACVB, CABC, stressed the importance of veterinary professionals advising their clients to redirect problem behaviors in their companion animals rather than responding with punishment.
3 quick pearls for examining herpetological patients
Dr Mark A. Mitchell, an expert in herpetological medicine, shared his thought process for deductive reasoning during his lecture at the Veterinary Meeting & Expo.
Be like Google: How harnessing data can increase revenue and lead to happier clients
Two data scientists demonstrate how veterinary practices can take simple steps to better serve their communities and make more money in the process.
DW Healthcare Partners invests in Vets Plus and Noble Pharma
The partnership provides growth capital and management expertise to Vets Plus.
VetPawer adds prescription refill functionality to its AI virtual assistant
The AI-driven system can now handle prescription refills and book appointments for clients seamlessly in real time.
Dechra acquires Isoflurane and Sevoflurane Inhalant Anesthetic Products from Halocarbon Life Sciences
The veterinary pharmaceutical company adds 2 key products to its companion animal offerings.
Industry experts to release children’s book on pet loss
Forever Friend was created to help parents guide their children through the painful challenge of losing a pet.
Zoetis commits to going carbon neutral by 2030
The global animal health company will accelerate its commitment to 100% renewable energy to help achieve its goal of carbon neutrality.
Rowan University to open New Jersey's first school of veterinary medicine
To meet the rising demand for veterinary professionals in the US, Rowan University will establish a new college of veterinary medicine.
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