A large study sheds light on anxious behaviors in dogs by evaluating their penetrance within the domestic canine population, the patterns by which certain traits occur in tandem, and the genetic stronghold for these behaviors.
Have you heard about the newest option for employer-sponsored retirement plans? A 401(k) pooled employer may give your veterinary practice lower fees, fewer fiduciary risks, and greater flexibility than ever.
Like everything and everyone else, veterinary practices and teams have been hit hard by the upheaval brought on by COVID-19. Here’s a look at where the veterinary profession is headed and how to prepare your practice for the future.
Using telehealth can maximize staff efficiency, provide clients with face-to-face care, and increase practice revenue. Here’s a look at the role technicians can and should play in providing virtual care.
Just like in people, proper rehabilitation in pets requires exercise, but you dont need to have lots of fancy equipment to make it happen. Heres what you need to know before devising a rehab program, plus some exercises that any practitioner can employ.