Laurie Anne Walden, DVM, ELS
When cats present for emergency care, the veterinary team must consider not only the patients treatment needs but also its stress level. Heres a primer from a veterinary technician specialist.
Shock in cats is relatively easy to identify, and timely treatment is key to a successful outcome.
The ins and outs of treating urinary obstruction in your feline veterinary patients.
Successful long-term management of Pandora syndrome involves treating the cat, the environment and, last but not least, the client.
Addressing ongoing pain in cats can be tricky. Here are some tips for diagnosis and management of these patients.
Potential toxin exposure in cats should be considered an emergency. Here’s what you should know before initiating treatment in these patients.
Humanimal Trust joins World Federation for Animals
News wrap-up: This week’s headlines, plus Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine presents Temple Grandin, PhD, MS, with an honorary degree
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Creating inclusive spaces for the LGBTQ+ community in vet med