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Animals Have Emotions, But What About ‘Theory Of Mind’?

Scientific thinking about animals’ cognitive processes has been stifled since the turn of last century.

Integrating Treatments For Joint Pain

Vets use combination of holistic and conventional approaches.

Practical Tips To Improve Fluid Therapy Protocols

Dr. Zeltzman discusses the three factors that come into play when designing a fluid therapy plan.

Heaven And Hell In The Shelter World

Clients, patients benefit when clinics and rescues partner.

The 3 Surgical Options For C-Sections

Veterinarians explore 3 surgical options for a safe and speedy C-section.

Surgical Insights: Care Of Neonates After A C-section

Veterinarians should strive to prevent the three "hypos" in neonates: hypothermia, hypotension and hypoxia.

The Joy Of Spaniel Puppies

Dr. Judy Morgan describes her experience rescuing Cavalier King Charles spaniels.

The Dog-Spay Disconnect: It’s Time To Rethink This Formidably ‘Simple’ Procedure

Dr. Patty Khuly discusses the seemingly "simple" (to clients) spay procedure.

Lap Cholecystectomy—Minimally Invasive Option

Dr. Puerto discusses Missy, a miniature schnauzer with a gallbladder mucocele.

Facing Up To The Past After An Accidental Surgery

One mistaken surgery has led to new declawing protocol for this veterinarian.

Weekends With The Pack At The Jersey Shore

We have a place on the Jersey shore that is our favorite get-away spot on summer weekends.

The Mystery Is Solved!

The abdominal ultrasound discovered an unsuspected culprit in the demise of my cat's personality and comfort: pancreatitis.

On Handling Outsized Risks From Bite-Sized Patients

How to Handle Outsized Risks from Bite-Sized Patients

Adding Grooming To Your Practice: What Now?

Find out what you must know to integrate the new service into your vet clinic.

Steroids and Diet Best For Treating Canine IBD

Find out a possible treatment plan for inflammatory bowel disease in dogs.

How Techs Talk To Clients About Slimming Their Hefty Pets Down

Too much food, too many treats and not enough exercise are three points typically made to clients.

Bond & Beyond

Dr. Villalobos's Quality of Life Scale.

Weight-Loss Study Finds New Hill’s Food A Success

It's often challenging for veterinarians to discuss weight-loss options with owners of chubby pets.

AAHA Updates Dental Guidelines For Dogs, Cats

The latest protocol on dental care for cats and dogs was recently sent out by the AAHA.

Heartworm Horrors

Prevent heartworm with monthly prevention to control symptoms.

Senior Anesthesia: Age Doesn’t Stop The Need For Care

Just because your pet is older, doesn't mean he shouldn't be checked regularly.

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