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Vet Receptionists: Why You Need to be Strong For Your Clients

When a client enters the veterinary clinic, find out why they need you to be so strong.

SynDaver Labs Launches Synthetic Canine Model

The canine is an anatomically accurate model that veterinary students can practice surgeries on. The company has also launched a campaign to end terminal surgeries in vet schools.

7 Ways to Boost Your Veterinary Team’s Morale

Create a positive work environment with these tips.

3-D Imager Provides Closer Look Inside

Pennsylvania hospital paid more than $200,000 for its advanced machine.

Ontario Vet College Names New Biomedical Sciences Chair

Dr. Tarek Saleh has been appointed chair of the Department of Biomedical Sciences in the Ontario Veterinary College.

Arizona Postpones Vet School Launch to 2017

Opening this fall is deemed impractical pending the outcome of a COE site visit.

AVMA Economic Summit Set for October 24 to 25

The annual event will be held in Schaumburg, Ill.

African Boerboel Delivers Large Litter at Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine.

Nineteen babies in total.

Study: Early Neutering Poses Health Risks for German Shepherds

The study from UC Davis researchers found that neutering or spaying triples the risk of one or more joint disorders in these dogs.

25 Vet Students Receive Scholarships for Leadership, Commitment to Equine Medicine

The students received a combined total of $104,000 in financial support Winner’s Circle Scholarship Program.

Petplan Looking for Candidates for 2017 Veterinary Awards

Pet owners and veterinary professionals are encouraged to nominate their veterinary heroes.

Teddy, a Horse, Receives Honorary Veterinary Degree from UC Davis

Dr. Teddy was given a degree as a “Master Equine Educator."

AVMA Gives Statement on Calculator that Docked Salary for Women Vets

When the AVMA's salary starter calculator asked women to dock $2,400 from their calculations, AVMA members were confused by the lack of explanation.

Penn Vet Research's Work Shows Way to Identify Animals at Risk of Blood Clots

The study was conducted by three clinicians in Penn Vet’s Department of Clinical Studies.

Badly Burned Tortoise Gets New 3-D Printed Shell

After getting caught in a brush fire, there wasn't much hope for Freddy the tortoise. At least until The Animal Avengers stepped in to help.

Study Shows Difference Between Accidents and Abuse in Animals

Researchers at Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University discover the difference between injury patterns in abused animals versus animals hit by cars.

Kansas Vet College to Provide Assessment Service for Feedlots

Kansas State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine is collaborating with the state’s beef industry to offer free Beef Quality Assurance assessments to Kansas feedlots.

Why You Need to Use 'I' Statements

When addressing a difficult problem in the veterinary practice, find out how "I" statements can help you communicate it without shutting down the conversation.

'The Vet Life' Premieres June 4

A new vet show is in town, featuring three veterinarians from Houston.

Grieving Pet Owners Get Day Off at Pets Best

Paid leave provides “extra time to honor their pet,” a company executive says.

LSU Seeks Horses with Gastric Ulcers

Clinicians at the Louisiana State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital are evaluating a new investigational drug for the treatment of gastric ulcers in horses.
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