Vetted June 2020
Possible IMHA dog—now what?
May 27, 2020
If immune-mediated hemolytic anemia makes you crazy, you are not alone. Here’s the lowdown on diagnosing this confounding disease.
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.
Matters of the heart: Educating clients about feline heartworm disease prevention
May 18, 2020
Summer is just about here, and so are the mosquitoes. Here’s why—and how—to talk to your clients about heartworm disease prevention in cats.
Fighting online veterinary pharmacies … and winning
May 18, 2020
How to turn the threat of online pharmacies into opportunities for your practice.
The real reasons why some veterinary team members don’t care
May 14, 2020
A veterinary practice manager and consultant shares from personal experience why some team members are disengaged—and what to do about it.
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.
Telemedicine: more than just video chats
May 11, 2020
With so many practices turning to telemedicine during the COVID-19 pandemic, experts share what it really means—and some key benefits of incorporating telehealth into veterinary practice.
Evaluating a new radiographic tool for canine heart disease diagnosis
May 07, 2020
In the spirit of “building a better mousetrap,” researchers have tested a novel measurement protocol—the manubrium heart score—for flagging cardiac disease in dogs.
What Luke Skywalker has to do with veterinary practice marketing
May 07, 2020
To reel in new veterinary clients—and turn them into loyal customers—you must appeal to their hidden “hero.”
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
Lead better by having more fun with your veterinary team
January 01, 2020
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.