Authors


Jennifer Grebow

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Why ingredients for pet food supplements should be studied

When it comes to formulating nutritional supplements for animals, choosing ingredients with species-specific research is key.


MD Architects

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How to plan for the"pee line”

Running a clean clinic is the dream, but it can be hard to maintain in a pet-friendly space. Here are a few design strategies to help keep the workplace glistening.


Caitlin Keat, BS, MS

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Fighting is easy; leading is harder

Leadership training, part 2 of 3



Chelsea McGivney, DVM

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The benefits and options of in-home end-of-life care

General practitioners can play an integral role in client education and awareness of in-home end-of-life care services


Holly Sawyer, DVM

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Critical techniques for effective client communication

Accessing the client-patient circle of trust requires transparency, effective dialogue, and patience on both ends—and ensures trust and loyalty to your clinic.


Harley Orion, GeniusVets CEO

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Prospering post-pandemic: adapting to today's veterinary clientele

Making the most of social media to improve practice performance


Grant Gilbert

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Thoughts on online learning during COVID-19

A veterinary student shares some of the challenges he faced with virtual learning and social isolation during the pandemic.


Joya Griffin, DVM, DACVD

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Enlighten your approach to dermatology

Putting light therapy to use with Phovia


Rosemary Bayless, DVM, MS, DACVIM (LAIM)

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Update: AAEP parasite control guidelines

This succinct review of equine internal parasite control measures reflects modern strategies now in place to reduce development of resistance.


Caitlin McCafferty, Editor

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Animal health and property wealth

A veterinarian's journey into real estate investment


Jude T. Bordelon, DVM, MS, MBA, DACVS-SA

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Surgical drains are useful in small animal wound management

Practitioners must consider drain types, mechanism, monitoring, removal, and more


Lindsey H. Boone, DVM, PhD, DACVS-LA

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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.


Jessica Milne, BVSc, GCertSAUA

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Clinical case study: The case of the missing gallbladder

This clinical case explains how a 10-month-old dog was diagnosed with a rare condition—gallbladder agenesis—and how it will be monitored in the future.


Aboli Ghatpande

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Companion animals, vaccines, and risk to patients with cystic fibrosis

Risks of live-attenuated bacterial veterinary vaccines for immunocompromised pet owners and protecting them by using a One Health approach


Matt McGlasson DVM, CVPM

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Why you should add genetic testing to your practice

Today’s pet parents want personalized care


Shawn P. Messonnier, DVM

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Coenzyme Q10 use in pets

Your veterinarian just prescribed coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) for your pet. How will it help?


Kristen Coppock, MA, Associate Editorial Director

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Scholarship at Cornell University is named for veterinary mentor

Alumni of the College of Veterinary Medicine created the program in honor of Stephen J. Ettinger, DVM, a 1964 graduate and specialty medicine pioneer.


Harry Cridge, MVB, MS, PG Cert Vet Ed, DACVIM (SAIM), DECVIM-CA, FHEA, MRCVS

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Management of pancreatitis in dogs and the role of PANOQUELL®-CA1 (fuzapladib sodium for injection)

Fuzapladib sodium for injection can help manage clinical signs associated with the acute onset of pancreatitis, a common disorder in canine patients


Kelly Rayon, AIA, NCARB, LEED GA

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Establishing a strong framework

Identifying organizational goals defines a clear path for a practice and lays a solid foundation for design conversations


Andrea Johnson, DVM

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Fear Free for all

The importance of lowering the stress level for pets, clients, and the whole veterinary team


Ava Landry, PharmD candidate

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Hoofed nightlife provides behavioral insight

A new study explores the sleep habits of a diverse group of ungulates


Lathe Bigler

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A turning point for onsite pharmacies arrives: e-prescribing for veterinarians

Advances in technology reduce inefficiencies, saving time and money


Kelley Detweiler

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Making prescriptions more efficient

How can e-prescribing improve the workflow between veterinarians and pharmacists?


Michael D. Lucroy, DVM, MS, DACVIM (oncology)

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When an oncology referral isn’t in the cards

You’ve just made a cancer diagnosis and offered an oncology referral to the owner, but they won’t go. Now what?


Lori Kogan, PhD

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How pet owners define a “good death”

New study reveals some surprising facts


Dylan DeCandia, PharmD Candidate

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Horse owners’ confidence with common analgesia medications

A study from Washington State University displays results of how horse owners administer analgesia medications after receiving a prescription


Carly Raspante, DVM Candidate

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How to create successful externships

What makes a good externship, from a veterinary student’s perspective


Clayton Greenway, DVM, DACVECC

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How to manage recurrent urinary tract infections

Here’s what you need to know about treating uncomplicated UTIs and recurrent infections.


Christian M. Leutenegger, BSc, DrMedVet, PhD, FVH

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COVID-19 and animals: Then and now

One year later, experts have a better view of the path ahead.

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