Dr. Meghan E. Burns owns Connect Veterinary Consulting. Her expertise includes marketing, product and business development, key opinion leader management, and medical writing.
Whats new in canine lymphoma
Everyday helpful information, whether you treat or refer your canine lymphoma cases.
The 'ugh's and 'why's of chronic otitis
Managing a one-time case of otitis is bad enough. Treating difficult cases? Insert exasperated sounds here. Dont worry, weve got your back.
The shifting significance of serial serum chemistries
Reference range is relative-many factors come into play when interpreting findings.
Taking the bite out of tooth extractions
The old string around the tooth trick won't work with your veterinary patients. But here are some tips to help you slam the door on your fears of tooth extraction.
Trigger warning: Recognizing (and removing) the triggers of feline anorexia
9 tips to help cats in your veterinary clinic have less stress and more appetite
Can a single ingredient stop heartworm disease transmission in its tracks?
A new study investigates whether repelling mosquitoes may make a difference in the heartworm disease transmission cycle.
Oh my, myopathy!?!
Your heart sinks when a veterinary patient comes into your clinic with signs that could be related to dilated cardiomyopathy. Here's how to confirm that is what you are dealing with and some breed-specific factors that may come in to play.
Brush up your message for stronger customer engagement (Sponsored by Virbac Animal Health)
Clients get the most knowledgeable advice about dental care from veterinary teams, and purchasing (and re-purchasing) dental products from you positions pet owners to successfully maximize their pets' dental health. Here's how to stay top of mind.
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