Behind the needle: A closer look at veterinary blood banks
A New Jersey animal hospital gave dvm360® a deep dive into its pet blood bank donation process, plus a few success stories of satisfied patients and pet owners.
A brighter future: Celebrity veterinarian aims to broaden and diversify the profession
Veterinarian and co-star of a favored National Geographic show imparts invaluable advice to help expand, inspire, and cultivate a more inclusive future for veterinary medicine.
The difference between end goals and means goals
Fetch Virtual speaker Sarah Wooten, DVM, CVJ, explains how to distinguish end goals from means goals and why knowing the difference can promote a healthier and happier life.
The primary building block of well-being
Find out how changing your perspective can aid in combatting the anxiety and depression often associated with the veterinary profession.
Light it up: Laser surgery in veterinary medicine
If you are looking to expand your service offerings and upgrade your surgical suite, look no further than the CO2 laser.
Why you should say “yes” to wellness plans
If you’re hesitant about offering wellness plans at your veterinary practice, here are a few benefits to consider, plus tips for selecting the best plans.
Caring for disabled pets: balancing medicine and compassion
The equipment and resources available today for disabled pets ensures that they can enjoy an excellent quality of life, but the veterinarian plays an integral role in ensuring a successful outcome.
Tips for veterinary technicians entering the field
Longtime veterinary relief technician Liz Hughston, MEd, RVT, CVT, LVT, VTS (SAIM) (ECC), shares 3 things new technicians need to know.
5 ways to establish a gold standard for curbside care
One veterinary hospital manager shares key strategies for enhancing curbside protocols at your practice.
Your veterinary nutrition questions answered
A pet nutritionist answers questions from attendees at the Fetch dvm360® virtual veterinary conference.
The VCPR: Veterinary law Q&A
Priscilla Bowens, DVM, JD, MPH, answers legal questions at the Fetch dvm360® virtual veterinary conference.
The latest on pet wearables
Gaining steadily in popularity, pet wearables provide veterinary teams with in-depth insight into patient health and offer owners peace of mind that their pet is receiving optimal care.
Putting a stop to workplace bullying
Have you been a victim of bullying, or is it an issue in your veterinary practice? Here are some ways to identify, manage, and help prevent workplace bullying.
Diagnosing dry eye in pets: ‘It’s a no-brainer’
Veterinary ophthalmologist Dr. Ron Ofri explains how to identify signs of dry eye, plus how to best diagnose this uncomfortable condition.
PrideVMC promotes the LGBTQ+ veterinary community
The long-running organization is partnering with its student-run arm, Pride Student VMC, to create scholarship and mentorship opportunities.
Dr. Fauci addresses AVMA conference attendees
Closing the AVMA virtual conference late last month, Dr. Anthony Fauci updated attendees about COVID-19 and thanked them for the work they do to promote animal and human health.
5 Building blocks of personal innovation
Veterinary leadership expert Dr. Mia Cary shares a few key strategies for personal growth that will help you better serve your clients, your colleagues, and yourself.
Why mentorship matters in veterinary practice recruitment
The benefits of having mentorship culture at your veterinary hospital are many, not the least of which is helping to recruit—and maintain—employees.
Designing your veterinary hospital for social distancing
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, hospital architects and designers are suggesting ways to better enable social distancing within the clinic.
5 Ways to cut costs with your veterinary hospital build or renovation
Planning a practice renovation or building a new hospital is a massive undertaking. Here are 5 ways you can save on construction costs for your project.
Introducing the Latinx Veterinary Medical Association
LVMA co-founder Juan Orjuela aims to help increase representation of the Latinx community in the veterinary profession, and provide resources and mentorship to students.
Dogs can detect differences in thermal energy
Dogs have long been known for their superior ability to detect scents. A new study shows that those snouts may be able to detect heat as well.
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