Holiday gift ideas for pets and professionals
Here are some hot items in the pet industry to add to your holiday shopping list
Advanced pain management protocols in veterinary hospice and palliative care
Palliative care and hospice cases require a tailored approach to alleviate pain and provide comfort to patients and their families
Enrichment never gets old: Why senior pets need stimulation too
Keeping pets physically and mentally engaged as they age is fundamental to their well-being and overall health
dvm360® product report: Itchy skin supplement, plus travel backpack, and more
Here's our regular rundown of new and notable veterinary products
How to leverage allyship to create more inclusive cultures
If a workplace or any environment is inclusive, then those who work there or visit will feel that they belong
Is your practice seeing enough senior pets?
Follow 7 tips to improve care for older patients
The spectrum of care with Emily M. Tincher, DVM
How this approach to care can improve communication with pet families and treatment for pets
Hire attitude and gratitude...train aptitude!
As we celebrate Thanksgiving this month, reflect on qualities that display good character of potential veterinary staff and show your team gratitude
Nonpharmacologic management of canine osteoarthritis: Part 1
Evidence shows weight management, exercise, and hydrotherapy can be beneficial to dogs with pain associated with the condition
Kick off 2024 with a Fetch dvm360® conference in Charlotte
Gain a closer look at the inspiring professionals chosen to give our keynote presentations
IMMITICIDE® (melarsomine dihydrochloride) Sterile Powder: Approved by the FDA as a canine heartworm treatment
Canine heartworm is a common yet potentially deadly parasite. Fortunately, treatment plans are available to help patients safely recover
Why not a virtual VCPR?
What veterinarians need to know to provide the best patient care and protect public health
Time to face the music
Little things such as bothersome tunes in the clinic audio system created problems for this practice
Safe spaces for survivors and their pets
Katie Campbell shares how RedRover is helping individuals experiencing domestic violence keep their pets and maintain the human-animal bond while also keeping them and their pets out of harm’s way
Old vs new: Treatment options for cats with diabetes
A discussion on the traditional treatments for feline diabetes, with an introduction to some newer options coming to the market
Where did AI come from and how can we use it in vet med?
The history of artificial intelligence, where we’re at today, future applications, and leveraging this tool to advance patient outcomes were discussed at Fetch Coastal
Manage vaccine administration with Fear Free methods
Meghan Herron, DVM, DACVB, shared calming techniques to reduce fear, anxiety, and stress in dogs and cats at dvm360’s 2023 Fetch Coastal conference
Managing anemia in cats with chronic kidney disease
Veterinary professionals gain a better understanding of the condition’s pathogenesis and new treatment strategies
Latest innovations and treatments in companion animal oncology
And how they are being used in conjunction with traditional treatments to produce the most successful outcomes
Clemson University College of Veterinary Medicine welcomes inaugural dean
Dr Steven Marks will serve as the college’s first dean
Veterinary network eliminates non-compete clauses
To promote employee well-being and professional growth, attract top talent, and provide the best care
US Senate bill aimed at increasing access to veterinary care
The Rural Veterinary Workforce Act is a bipartisan effort that was brought to the House of Representatives earlier this year
Firefighter pet owner revives his dog with CPR
Used his human medicine skills to save the pup after she drowned in the swimming pool
Cómo mi herencia cubana marcó mi carrera veterinaria
Todos tenemos una historia. Para entender la mía, es importante saber que mi historia va más allá de mí, que es un relato de aquellos que vinieron antes.
A legacy of sacrifice: How my grandparents’ immigration paved the way for me to become a veterinarian
Everyone has a story, and to understand mine, it is important to know that my story goes far beyond me. Instead, my story is a tale of those who came before me.
When to take this cough to heart
Dogs with heart murmurs may experience coughing episodes, but dogs that cough may have heart murmurs. Despite a murmur, a dog’s cough might not be cardiac in origin. Then again, it could be. Differentiating the 2 is critical.
Positive reinforcement training
New owners can positively enforce their pets’ household behavior and enrich the environment their pet is in
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