Sarah Mouton Dowdy
For a veterinarian in general practice, making the leap into the world of tiny incisions can feel like anything but minimal in terms of training and equipment. Veterinary surgeon Chris Thomson answers some common questions regarding learning curves, feasibility, how to get started, and basic equipment needs.
Research reveals there may be worse things lurking in your local dog park than inattentive pet owners: namely, intestinal parasites and lots of them. Learn what this means for your veterinary practice and neighborhood.
Should every veterinarian in your practice that handles controlled substances register with the Drug Enforcement Administration? Is anyone exempt? What are the rules for relief DVMs? Get advice on these and other DEA regulatory issues.
Understanding the intersection between common clinical issues and primary behavioral concerns in dogs.
Sticks and stones may break your veterinary patients’ teeth, but these words (from you) can really hurt them: “Let’s keep an eye on it.”
After decades of only being able to play defense, cats with FIP now have a fighting chance thanks to antiviral compounds. But this offensive strategy is still fraught with obstacles. Here’s the latest.
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
Can our Pride panel answer these LGBTQ+ trivia questions?
Creating inclusive spaces for the LGBTQ+ community in vet med