Michael Nappier, DVM, DABVP
From ‘heatworms’ to ‘rimadrill,’ our clients always keep us on our toes and guessing.
The diagnostic power of veterinary wellness visit screenings is undeniable, but deciding what tests should be run for all your patients is daunting. Here’s a guide to doing it right.
A new study finds an explanation for why it’s so difficult for owners of obese cats to restrict their pet’s diet.
A new study attempts to understand the potential associations between vector-borne diseases and proteinuria in a southeastern U.S. canine population.
A new study shows that dogs fed a diet high in medium-chain triglycerides had a significant reduction in seizure frequency compared with control dogs.
This mispronunciation may elicit giggles, but our clients may actually be onto something. Here’s why veterinarians might want to turn up the heat on heartworm tests.