Let’s undo the twist: diagnosing and treating splenic torsion in dogs
Sometimes, splenectomies are straightforward and predictable. Other times, not so much. A veterinary surgeon shares tips for getting better outcomes in splenic torsion cases.
Veterinary abdominal radiography tips
Radiography is an integral diagnostic tool in companion animal practice. Here are brief guidelines for obtaining the most useful images of the abdomen in dogs and cats.
How to turn a profit with veterinary telemedicine
A look at the economics of incorporating virtual care in your hospital, and how to make it worth your while financially.
If drug-resistant pyoderma scares you, don’t panic. Plan.
Advice from a veterinary dermatologist for treating drug-resistant skin infections in your patients while protecting their owners and your staff from possible exposure.
From the trenches: Lessons learned by a veterinary architect
A long-time veterinary architect shares some important lessons she has learned about veterinary hospital design over the course of her career.
How to frame the pet health insurance conversation with clients
Help your clients avoid “analysis paralysis” when it comes to choosing a pet insurance plan.
Degenerative myelopathy: does laser therapy offer new hope?
A new study examines the use of photobiomodulation therapy to prolong survival for dogs with a progressive, fatal disease that currently has no definitive treatment.
Why can't we just be kind?
Everyones telling us about veterinary professionals mental health problems. But its not just clients and tough cases and money problems. Its us hurting each other too.
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