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.
Why my daughters day giving birth found this veterinarian, with sweat dripping off my plastic chair, curled into a comma shape, as standing or sitting up straight was like jabbing a dagger in my kidney.
The AVMA has sent letters of reasonable assurance to the public University of Arizona and the private Long Island University giving provisional accreditation for veterinary school students to start in fall 2020. Plus, did you miss Texas Tech University officials breaking ground on another vet school?
Our AVMA data shows us that preventive care improves when the veterinary-client-patient relationship (VCPR) is stronger. Are you doing what you can to make sure the next time that patient comes in, wellness care is on the table?
Time is of the essence when determining whether an equine patient has this potentially life-threatening problem. So, make sure you know what diagnostic clues to look forand what could be a red herring.