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November 9th 2019
By Erica Tricarico, Managing Editor
Veterinary professionals, you can help teach clients how to differentiate between an aggressive, anxious and relaxed dog by understanding these canine body language basics. Here are the basics from Atlantic Coast Veterinary Conference speaker Dr. Shana Gilbert-Gregory.
October 17th 2019
Some of the veterinary technician speakers and attendees at the Atlantic Coast Veterinary Conference wanted to extend their best wishes for a wonderful week to colleagues around the country!
October 16th 2019
What do woodworking, indoor gardening, painting and cake decorating have in common? Theyre the avocations of a few of the 2019 ACVC speakers. Get to know seven more of our conference lecturers here.
Could the implementation of evidence-based CPR increase survival rates in veterinary medicine?
Clients who are well informed about this disease can offer their diabetic pet a very good chance at a long and happy life. Thats where the veterinary team comes in.
October 15th 2019
Dr. Berry shares the best way to achieve optimal diagnostic resu
Which Atlantic Coast Veterinary Conference speaker started dancing ballet three years ago? Whose pets made the cover of JAVMA? And who has an obsessive relationship with spray cheese? Read on for these answers and many more interesting tidbits about this years speakers.
The cannabidiol (CBD) conversation is in full swing in veterinary practices across the country, and its time for veterinarians to chime in.
While the push to end the practice of onychectomy continues, much has yet to be learned about the long-term consequences of the procedure.
By Stephen Cital RVT, RLAT, SRA, VCCS, VTS- LAM
Fellow vet tech encourages all vet techs to stay involved at their veterinary practice.