Rosemary Radich, MA


How PPP is helping fund the veterinary profession

Data about Paycheck Protection Program use among practices, advice for borrowers, and a look at what’s ahead.

Fiona Lee, VMD, DACVD, MBA


Your food allergy questions answered

A veterinary dermatologist breaks down the complexities of food allergies and food trials and provides a framework to simplify your discussions with clients.

Kelly Cairns, DVM, DACVIM, MS


How to solve decision deadlock with team-based decision making

Tips to get everyone to the party and like the taste of the cake

Shandell Maxwell, PhD


Preparing veterinary hospitals for greatness through DEI initiatives

Shandell Maxwell, PhD, shares her experience as a Black individual in the veterinary industry

Rachel B. Song, VMD, MS, DACVIM (Neurology)


Case report: canine spinal cord nephroblastoma

Long-term prognosis is encouraging after cytoreductive surgery and radiation therapy in a young pug-beagle crossbreed.

Carl Palazzolo, DVM, MBA


From the lens of a veterinarian: return to Camp Leakey

A wildlife photographer shares more of his story about working with orangutans in Borneo.

Antonio “Ari” Iaccarino


Saving sea turtles helps rescue see data insights

How CBC automation can help diagnose cold-stunned sea turtles

Rebecca A. Packer, MS, DVM, DACVIM (Neurology/Neurosurgery)


Dermatology advancements: An overview of the latest treatment options

During his lecture at the Atlantic Coast Veterinary Conference (ACVC), Paul Bloom DVM, DACVD, DABVP, highlighted a few new medications to consider implementing into your treatment plan for patients with pyoderma, pruritus, and otitis.

Britteny Kyle, DVM, MSc


Honeybee vaccination: How does it work, and what does it mean?

Now that the FDA has conditionally approved the first-ever insect vaccine for the prevention of American foulbrood, what does it mean for the future of sick colonies?

Lauren Harris, DVM, DACVECC


How COVID-19 has changed telehealth: Updates and new laws

The pandemic has increased the use of telehealth for veterinary visits and this trend is expected to continue to rise. Though in some state the telemedicine restrictions were loosened due to COVID-19, it is uncertain if the status of these will remain in the future.

Amber Karwacki, DVM


Successfully bringing home a new pet

Getting a new pet in the household is an exciting time for everyone involved, but how can veterinary professionals make the transition easy for all?

Cory D. Penn, DVM


Why a blood smear evaluation should be performed with every CBC

Blood smear evaluations, in concert with automated cell counts, play a vital role in confirming results and potentially guiding diagnosis and treatment

Andrea De La Cerda


The rapid rise of veterinary telehealth

If 2020 has taught veterinarians anything, it’s that they need to be ready to adapt if they want to stay competitive.

Rebecca C. McOnie, DVM, DACVS-LA


Nephrosplenic space ablation in horses

The procedure is a safe and effective treatment for the prevention of nephrosplentic entrapment

Sophia Benson, DVM Candidate


Dogs and the opioid epidemic: emergency protocols for field stabilization, in-hospital treatment and prognosis for canine opioid overdoses

Subsequently, first responders and working dogs may be more exposed to opioids during their course of duty

Boaz Man, DVM


Advanced laser surgery, and digital cytology elevate pet care

Modern tools allow animals to be examined, given diagnoses, and treated all in the same visit, while also having them heal quicker

Sarah Wallace, DVM


Lost in translation: VCPR regulations and real life

Applying VCPR legal language to real-life medical scenarios

BluePearl Specialty and Emergency Pet Hospital


The trials of 2021 and what they can teach us about leadership

Speaking at the Unite conference, author Mike Staver shared how veterinary professionals can make incremental changes that result in transformative leadership.

Amelia Knight Pinkston, VMD, cVMA, INHC


Replacing judgment with curiosity

One simple change can improve your health, increase your happiness, and help your hospital succeed

Jenny Langridge


You can navigate motherhood and be a veterinary professional

Support in the workplace and beyond is important to ensure you don’t have to sacrifice your career or time with your children

Sandra M. Zetterström, DVM


Sinoscopy in the standing horse

Sinoscopy is a minimally invasive diagnostic procedure that can be performed on the standing horse. The technique can allow good visualization and treatment of paranasal sinus disease and eliminate the need for more invasive procedures such as large bone flaps. Knowledge of the paranasal sinus anatomy is the most important aspect of the procedure.

Chris Hollingsworth


Addressing the dismal lack of diversity in veterinary medicine

A second-year veterinary student shares his experience as the only black male student in his class—and how he plans to use his unique position as a platform to encourage change throughout the profession.

Jarod Hanson, DVM, PhD, DACVPM, DABT


Veterinary infectious diseases in 2023: Will the surge continue?

Here is a look at what disease spikes could be on the horizon for veterinary and human medicine

Tori Whitacre Martonicz


Study examines SARS-CoV-2 transmission from humans to their pets

Investigators attempted to estimate the human-to-pet transmission rate of the virus and identify the risk factors, including food and water bowls.

Allison A. Stewart, DVM, MS, DACVS


How to apply a phalangeal cast in horses

An equine veterinarian outlines an effective treatment for stabilizing a wounded pastern or foot region

Ashley Kalinauskas, MS


Modulating the immune system to fight for good

Immunotherapy — using an individual’s own immune system to fight disease — is one of the fastest-growing areas in both human and veterinary research. Here’s the latest.

American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA)


What pet owners really want

Recent survey findings revealed which practice trends may be affecting client satisfaction

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