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April 14th 2021
By Kate Boatright, VMD
Successful management of diabetes in veterinary patients requires patience, data, and an individualized approach.
March 30th 2021
By Caitlin McCafferty, Assistant Editor
If you are looking to expand your service offerings and upgrade your surgical suite, look no further than the CO2 laser.
March 22nd 2021
By Kelsey Gustafson, Associate Editor
Telemedicine has become a hallmark of positive change for the veterinary profession. Here’s how (and why) to use telemedicine at your practice, plus some tips for getting started.
March 18th 2021
By Joan Capuzzi, VMD
Cats come with caveats, both real and misconceived. But a new generation of pet owners seems determined to understand cats—and enrich their lives like never before.
March 4th 2021
By Amanda Carrozza
Learn how to connect with a mentor who can help you navigate the early years of your career as a veterinarian.
March 2nd 2021
By Rebecca A. Packer, MS, DVM, DACVIM (Neurology/Neurosurgery)
Discover the strategies you need to develop standard protocols and best practices in critical care units, as well as important tools to maintain mental health while working in such a stressful and demanding environment.
March 1st 2021
Physical activity and creative mealtime strategies can support weight loss, boost quality of life, and bond cats more tightly with their humans.
Old and young patients have unique needs when it comes to anesthesia. Understanding the pharmacodynamics of sedative, analgesic, and induction agents will improve safety and stability for all your anesthesia patients, regardless of age.
February 28th 2021
Certain musical tones and melodies have proven to elicit calming responses in animals. Learn how music therapy can benefit your pets and patients.
February 27th 2021
The equipment and resources available today for disabled pets ensures that they can enjoy an excellent quality of life, but the veterinarian plays an integral role in ensuring a successful outcome.