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January 21st 2021
By Caitlin McCafferty, Assistant Editor
One veterinary hospital manager shares key strategies for enhancing curbside protocols at your practice.
December 28th 2020
By Rebecca A. Packer, MS, DVM, DACVIM (Neurology/Neurosurgery)
Cancer diagnostics and therapeutics continue to evolve, potentially lessening the associated invasiveness, duration, and cost.
December 4th 2020
By Erica Tricarico, Managing Editor
Communication experts Carolyn Shadle, PhD, and John Meyer, PhD, offer useful strategies for diffusing staff conflict at your veterinary practice.
November 24th 2020
By Amanda Carrozza
A house-call veterinarian shares pros and cons of the many mechanisms of communication used in veterinary practice today.
November 20th 2020
Using data from more than 2500 cases, Aaron Smiley, DVM, explains how adding paid telehealth services improves veterinary practice workflow, increases revenue, and boosts client satisfaction.
November 19th 2020
By Kelsey Gustafson, Associate Editor
Two working DVM moms answer questions from attendees at the Fetch dvm360® virtual conference.
November 17th 2020
By Karen Todd-Jenkins, VMD
There’s no single way to practice veterinary medicine or perform orthopedic exams, but these tips will serve you well in your quest to achieve the best possible patient outcomes.
A breakdown of the rules on compounding medications for veterinary patients, both currently and with respect to pending legislation—plus, how to identify a reputable compounding pharmacy.
November 16th 2020
Communication is key to treatment success and reduced caregiver burden in dermatology cases. Use these tips to you communicate better with pet owners about these often confounding conditions.
By Sarah Mouton Dowdy
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.