Vetted June 2020

What will ‘normal’ look like after COVID-19?

May 19, 2020

As shelter-in-place restrictions are lifted throughout the country, the full impact of the pandemic shutdown will come into clearer focus. Here are four major challenges veterinary practices can expect—and how to handle them.

On shaky ground: Discerning true seizures from imposters in veterinary medicine

November 12, 2019

Seizures are damaging to the body, so their myriad effects must be managed properly and recurrence prevented. But the first hurdle for veterinarians is distinguishing actual seizure disorders from the many conditions that can masquerade as such.

Don’t sell product sales short

January 10, 2020

Recommending and selling products is not a veterinary hospital’s primary function. But it’s still an important part of patient care and client education, says Fetch dvm360 speaker Brian Conrad, CVPM

For better veterinary feeding information, change your question

May 13, 2020

Nutritional information is a key part of a veterinary patient’s history and crucial to good medical case management, yet this information can be elusive. According to the results of a new study, how you phrase your question can make all the difference between an ample answer and a lean response.