News wrap-up: This week’s headlines, plus San Diego Fetch dvm360® Conference coverage

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This past weekend, we concluded our final Fetch dvm360® Conference of the year in San Diego, California. It was filled with passionate key opinion leaders, enthusiastic learners, and memorable moments.

Here is what was popular this week from the conference and beyond on dvm360.com:

  • Keynote speakers at the San Diego Fetch dvm360® Conference, Peter Weinstein, DVM, MBA, and Phillip Nelson, PhD, DVM, enlightened attendees by informing them on how honest communication builds more productive, trusting relationships.
  • This latest episode of Pet Connections, featured Katherine Gailbreath, DVM, PhD, DACVP, who joined our chief veterinary officer Adam Christman, DVM, MBA, to explain how the GP and dermatopatholgist can work together to bolster patient care.
  • In an interview while at the San Diego Fetch dvm360® Conference, Mariana Pardo offered 2 invaluable pointers to bear in mind for successful outcomes during administration of fast-paced emergency fluid therapy.
  • Maryland Zoo announced the adorable winning name of a penguin chick selected by a public vote. Read the article to reveal the penguin’s moniker inspired by a favorite Italian food.
  • On this episode of The Vet Blast Podcast, the senior toxicologist from the Pet Poison Helpline outlined food and decorations that can be harmful to pets this holiday season.
  • Are you interested in veterinary hospice work? At the Fetch dvm360® Conference, Dr Kathleen Cooney described the end-of-life care process so those who wanted to pursue this commendable avenue could see if its an ideal fit.
  • And more!
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