Kristen Coppock, MA, Associate Editorial Director
Working between the brain and the mind
Veterinary collaboration can help determine whether a case is a neurological or behavioral condition
Causes and management of canine atopic dermatitis
Preventing and treating pruritus and skin lesions requires a personalized patient plan
Gamified CE launches at Fetch dvm360® Conference in Kansas City
The high-energy continuing education (CE) program covered a variety of topics with attendee participation.
How veterinary dermatology can address canine ear infections
These common conditions often present with cutaneous signs in and around the ear canal
Veterinarian travels to Ukraine border to help provide animal care
As a volunteer with World Vets, Marty Becker, DVM, worked with local
organizations in Romania and Moldova to assess the unmet needs of pets
affected by war, and help facilitate free veterinary services to care for them.
Clinical validation study for pioneering early cancer detection test for dogs is published
The CANcer Detection in Dogs (CANDiD) study demonstrates the performance of the novel liquid biopsy OncoK9 and sets a new benchmark for veterinary medicine.
Routine veterinary exam leads to long journey for puppy with heart disease
Cardiology specialists perform valvuloplasty to treat Snoob, an American Bully with pulmonic stenosis
Quarantining fish to reduce risk of illness
An aquatic species expert shares 6 elements to consider in creating a plan that will mitigate stressors and reduce risk of transmitting pathogens.
Multicancer detection in dogs with cell-free DNA
Novel liquid biopsy uses blood samples to detect cancer-associated genomic alterations in dogs.
First oral tablet for chemotherapy-induced diarrhea in dogs receives conditional FDA approval
The prescription-only crofelemer delayed-release tablets were developed using a sustainable, plant-based formula.
Zoonotic diseases pose a threat to global health
During his presentation at the 2021 New York Vet Show, Dr Chris Walzer detailed the latest research on threatening zoonotic diseases affecting human and animal health across the globe.
Various veterinary conditions that can be treated with rehabilitation
During a recent dvm360® interview, seasoned veterinary technician Kirsten Oliver discussed a few different conditions that can be treated with rehabilitation.
Employment law: What is affecting veterinary medicine?
Attorney and veterinarian Dr Charlotte LaCroix shared 3 different employment law challenges veterinary professionals are facing, plus a few pro-tips to help.
New therapies, diagnostics mark advancements in veterinary oncology
Sue Ettinger, DVM, DACVIM (Oncology) discussed innovations in canine cancer treatment during a keynote address at the Atlantic Coast Veterinary Conference.
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