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Clearing up veterinary compounding confusion

November 17th 2020

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

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.

5 tips for discussing dermatology with veterinary clients

November 16th 2020

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By Erica Tricarico, Senior Editor

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.

From fatal to curable to complicated: An update on treating feline infectious peritonitis

November 16th 2020

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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.

Quick tips for a better feline physical exam

November 16th 2020

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By Karen Todd-Jenkins, VMD

Does your feline exam need a tune-up? Here are some handy tips for improving your process, your findings, and the patient and staff experience.

Your veterinary nutrition questions answered

November 16th 2020

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By Caitlin McCafferty, Assistant Editor

A pet nutritionist answers questions from attendees at the Fetch dvm360® virtual veterinary conference.

DVMoms: Balancing practice ownership and motherhood

November 15th 2020

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By Amanda Carrozza

The road to practice ownership for veterinarian moms may be rough at first, but it’s absolutely doable—and tremendously rewarding when you do it right.

Neurologic imaging know-how: What they didn’t teach in vet school

November 14th 2020

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

Magnetic resonance imaging is becoming more common in veterinary medicine, so brushing up on the latest advances should be a no-brainer.

Bad kitty? Figuring out feline nuisance behaviors

November 14th 2020

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By Kelsey Gustafson, Associate Editor

Problematic behavior in cats often can be traced to something more than just being naughty. Before offering clients recommendations to curtail the behavior, consider these potential factors.

Venting: More hurtful than helpful in veterinary practice

November 14th 2020

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By Kelsey Gustafson, Associate Editor

Blowing off steam may feel good, but it’s a momentary relief that can carry negative results. Understanding why we vent can help us find healthy alternatives.

The VCPR: Veterinary law Q&A

November 14th 2020

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By Caitlin McCafferty, Assistant Editor

Priscilla Bowens, DVM, JD, MPH, answers legal questions at the Fetch dvm360® virtual veterinary conference.