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Maxillofacial Disease? Why You Should Consider a CT Scan

How computed tomography can help detect subtle hard- and soft-tissue abnormalities of the maxillofacial region.

The Idea Competition Sparks Veterinary Student Innovation

One contest leads three student teams to win prizes to fund ongoing development of their new industry product concepts.

What Kind of Veterinary Surgeon Are You?

10 questions to ask yourself.

Zoetis, AAVMC Announce 315 Scholarships to Vet Students

The winners of the 2017 Zoetis Veterinary Student Scholarship Program were presented at the 2017 Student American Veterinary Medical Association.

IDEXX Initiative Seeks to Minimize Radiation Risks

Lower the Dose aims to help the veterinary industry improve in-practice radiation safety.

Kansas State Vets Perform Cataract Surgery on Young Gibbon

It might be the first surgery in the world on a gibbon that young.

3 Years into Million Cat Challenge, Vets, Shelters Save 750,000 Cats

Nearly 1,100 shelters have participated in the program founded by two veterinarians.

Texas Colleges Bring Canine Anatomy VR to SXSW

A collaboration between the Texas A&M's Veterinary College and Visualization Department helped created a virtual exam room where vets can learn canine anatomy.

Antimicrobial Resistance is Theme for This Year's World Veterinary Day

Those who work to promote this year's theme can enter a competition to win the World Veterinary Day Award, says World Veterinary Association.

Study: Universal Canine Vaccination Eliminates Human Exposure to Rabies

Merck Animal Health released a study that found a One Health approach is the most cost-effective away to reduce rabies exposure.

Illinois Vet College Releases Video Teaching Officers How to Treat Police Dogs Who Overdose on Opioids

The video from the University of Illinois is in response to police and other working dogs overdosing on potent opioids while searching for drugs, and needing to be treated with naloxone.
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5 Reasons Why You Should Think Like Your Vet Clients

And 5 reasons it matters that you do.

Why Vets Need to Change With the Times

Embracing the Fear Free concept and communicating the value of veterinary care are a few things veterinarians need to do.

What Not to Ask Veterinary Applicants

Asking about age or previous salary can land you in hot water.

Understaffed? How to Stay Productive in the Vet Practice

Six ways to work smarter, not harder.

How to Help Clients When Pets Are Diagnosed with Life-Ending Disease

How the veterinary team plays a key role in assisting patients and clients.

Why Practicing Best Medicine Helps Pets and Vets

“I always recommend the highest level of care, and only the pet owner can decrease that level of care.”
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