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Zoetis Unveils FeLV, FIV Combo Test

Veterinarians can detect the presence of FeLV antigen and FIV antibodies within 10 minutes through use of a new test from Zoetis.

How Great a Surgeon Are You?

Here are 10 signs to look for.

How To Manage Pain In Off-Label Species

Neither cat owners nor their veterinarians are happy to see a cat in pain. However, finding agents that relieve feline pain can be problematic.

AVMA to Weigh Spay/Neuter Policy Change

The House of Delegates may opt to refer to the Association of Shelter Veterinarians for spay/neuter guidelines.

Straight Talk About NSAID Controversies

Many controversies surround the proper use of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). We look into it.

Cannabis for Intractable Epilepsy

If cannabis has a place in epilepsy treatment, more research needs to be performed.

How Pesticide Cocktails can Taint Natural Herbs

The safety and purity of traditional medicines are a growing concern in a world of unscrupulous production.

Study May Lead to Early Diagnosis of Feline Kidney Disease

The biomarker SDMA identified the onset of kidney disease an average of 17 months earlier in cats and in one case four years earlier.

AVMA Helps Cat Owners With Declaw Decision

“Declaw …. or Not?” is a new handout from the AVMA Animal Welfare Committee.

Abbott, Merck, Purina Team Up on Diabetes Campaign

Pets newly diagnosed with diabetes in March 2015 can receive three products from campaign sponsors Abbott, Merck and Purina.

Why Administering Alfaxalone Requires A Bit of Education

Find out everything you need to know about this drug that recently hit the U.S. veterinary market.

Why You Should Keep Pulpitis in Mind When Treating A Discolored Tooth

Dogs can't tell us when they have a painful pulpitis, so find out what to look for.

What ‘One Health’ Is Missing

This movement fails to mention the most widely practice treatments: native healing practices and integrative medicine.

Why You Should Manage Expectations When it Comes to Feline Diabetes

If you don't get the results you expected with your diabetic feline patients, you're not alone.

The promises and perils of St. John’s wort

Are your clients giving your patients herbal supplements before procedures? Here's why this can be bad.

How to Diagnose and Treat Uroabdomen Cases

Most uroabdomen cases are caused by blunt trauma to the abdomen.

Purina Launches Made-to-Order Dog Food

Dog owners can formulate a customized Just Right by Purina recipe based on the animal's condition and needs and have it shipped to their home.

4 Myths About Acupuncture

Learn the myths and facts behind acupuncture.

Why Teeth Removal is Best When Your Patient Has Feline Stomatitis

Know the signs of feline stomatitis and how to treat it.

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.

3 Halloweenish but Preventable Horror Stories

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