News wrap-up: NAVC study shows misconceptions surrounding technicians


Check out this week’s highlights.



Goodbye March and hello April! Although April 1 is full of tricks and pranks, dvm360® providing you with the latest news in the veterinary industry is no joke.

Here is what was popular this week on

  • The North American Veterinary Community conducted a study asking pet owners nationwide if they knew who cared for their pet exposing a significant misconception surrounding the roles, responsibilities, education, and skillset of veterinary technicians.
  • During his recent lecture at the Midwest Veterinary Conference, Courtney Campbell, DVM, DACVS-SA, explained that one of the keys to improving compliance at your clinic is to understand your clients so they can tailor their approach to communicate effectively.
  • The FDA recently approved the first generic firocoxib chewable tablets to help control pain and inflammation associated with osteoarthritis in dogs as well as the control of postoperative inflammation and pain associated with orthopedic and soft-tissue surgery in dogs.
  • On this episode of The Vet Blast Podcast, Adam Christman, DVM, MBA, is joined by Tracy Richards and Christopher Pachel, DVM, DACVB, CABC, to discuss their journey with Asha, a dog born deaf and blind dog with epilepsy.
  • The New York University Grossman School of Medicine conducted the first study designed to examine pet exposure to aromatic amines in households.
  • and so much more!

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