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June 29, 2020
As a veterinary professional, you know how important your patients’ oral health is, but are your clients aware? Check out these tips on how to have a meaningful conversation with your clients about dental health.
June 22, 2020
My veterinary team is smart and we’re really busy, but ongoing education is vital to practicing good medicine. So, are monthly staff education meetings are a necessity?
December 15, 2019
The key to managing any toxicity in pets is early identification and timely treatment. Keep these common renal toxins in mind when obtaining veterinary patient histories and examining dogs and cats.
December 11, 2019
But you can educate your well-meaning veterinary clients on how to use them in the most rewarding way.
December 06, 2019
We've all been there—trying our best to coax a terrified patient to relax so we can attempt a physical exam or blood draw or ... anything.
November 19, 2019
Use this strategy to help increase your clientele and gain a larger presence in the community.
October 08, 2019
Study of the human-animal bond (HAB) began with psychiatry and psychology and bloomed into the world we live in today. Learn more about HAB, its history and its future in your practice.
September 24, 2019
Shelter medicine expert Dr. Amanda Dykstra makes a case for equipping foster parents with detailed instructions on the care and keeping of kittens.
August 25, 2019
You have an open wound come into your practice. Your first temptation is to close it right up. But you might want to wait a few days first, suggests Dr. Bronwyn Fullagar.
February 22, 2019
Losing a pet is hard on owners and veterinarians alike, but knowing how grief works may help navigate the loss.
February 19, 2019
My work in a specialty practice where loss was commonplace didnt resonate with me until much later. After losing my own pet, I understand clients pain more acutely.