Balance Out Your Team's Strengths and Weaknesses

Don't spend time trying to turn your employees' weaknesses to strengths. Balance your employees out.

Zoetis Scholarship Deadline Is Nov. 30

Hundreds of $2,000 scholarships are available to second- and third-year veterinary students.

Auburn University’s Raptor Center Holds Public Bird Release

Three rehabilitated birds were released in early October at the Opelika Wood Duck Heritage Preserve and Siddique Nature Park.

Texas Suspends Vet’s License for 5 Years

Dr. Millard L. Tierce draws a five-year suspension for not following through on euthanasia orders and for violating other veterinary standards.

Feline Stomatitis: Medical Therapy for Refractory Cases

Evidence points to stomatitis being an immune-mediated disease rather than a bacterial infection. Here's how to manage it.

Hunkering Down: How To Prepare Horses For Winter

Your clients know that winter weather is coming, but are they prepared to adjust their horses’ feeding programs to keep up with the seasons?

Henry Schein Adds Abaxis Veterinary Line

Henry Schein Animal Health and Patterson Veterinary Supply will distribute Abaxis products as a major competitor moves to direct sales.

How To Avoid Sad Supervisors

Did your supervisor fall into their job? Here's why it's bad.

Study: Mountain Lions in Southern California Lack Genetic Diversity

The study, led by the University of California, Davis, in partnership with The Nature Conservancy, raises concerns about the status of mountain lions in the Santa Ana and Santa Monica mountains.

3 Halloweenish but Preventable Horror Stories

Some scary things can happen in your practice. Avoid them with these tips.

Texas Now Free of VS, But Colorado Isn’t

For the first time since May, Texas has no active cases of vesicular stomatitis, but Colorado authorities are still dealing with the disease.

Kansas State Boldly Goes in New Direction

Dr. Raymond Rowland and his Kansas State research team are collaborating with Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory to improve diagnostic tools for infectious diseases.

Grants Given to Fight Canine Epilepsy, Hypothyroidism

Research into epilepsy and hypothyroidism gets significant funding from the AKC Canine Health Foundation.

Accreditation Panel Says Oregon Zoo Understaffed

Two veterinarians, two vet techs and a part-time hospital keeper aren't enough to meet animal needs at the Oregon Zoo.

For Kangaroo Health, WesternU Springs Into Action

Two kangaroos used in film and TV productions were neutered at the Western University of Health Sciences veterinary clinic.

Antibiotic Use in Animals on Decline in Europe

Animal antibiotic sales fell by 15 percent in Europe, raising hope in the war on antibiotic resistance.

Blue Buffalo Says Supplier Mislabeled Pet Food Ingredient

Poultry byproduct meal may have been used in some food, Blue Buffalo acknowledges as its legal war continues with Purina.

Mississippi Vet School Expands Partnership with Jackson Zoo

The aim of the expanded partnership is to provide more research opportunities for both institutions.

Banfield Book Teaches Responsible Pet Ownership

The newly published “My Very, Very Busy Day!” is available at Banfield veterinary hospitals nationwide.

Why You Should Go Back to the Basics to Heal Wounds

Skip shortcuts and put away the goop: When it comes to wound care, the basics are best.

Officials Downplay Ebola Risk in Pets

Authorities emphasize that cats, dogs and other domesticated animals are not believed to transmit the disease.

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