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Take the Hydration Quiz!

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Are You Letting Clients Down After Their Pets Die?

Tips to provide dignified funeral services after your clients' pets pass on.

Vets Working on Feline Hyperthyroidism

Rather than treat all cats that have enlarged thyroids the same, researchers from the Virgina Tech vet college and a Maryland clinic are measuring a cat's hyperthyroidism first before determining a treatment.

The Politics of Felinity

On companion animal practice in the age of the cat.

Early Detection is Key With Oral Cancer in Small Animals

Know what to look for.

Study: Electric Boundary Fence Doesn’t Impair Welfare of Cats

A study conducted by researchers at the University of Lincoln in the United Kingdom indicates that an electronic boundary fence with clear pre-warning cues does not impair the long-term quality of life of cats.

NIH Issues Grant to Further Canine Cancer Research

The grant, awarded to various colleges and groups, will fund a study aimed at understanding the interactions between cancer and the immune system in dogs with naturally occurring tumors. The researchers will then apply that knowledge to the understanding of human cancer.

UC Davis Seeks Cats with Chronic Gingivostomatitis for Study

The purpose of the University of California, Davis School of Veterinary Medicine study is to use stem cells to treat cats with chronic gingivostomatitis that have not had full mouth dental extractions.

What You Should Know About Emotional Support Animals

And how you can help your clients find out where they can register their pet as an emotional support animal.

More Ways to Minimize Opioid Reliance

And how veterinarians can help manage pain without using opioids.

Take the Penrose Quiz!

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Why You Should Measure Pain to Improve Pet Patient Care

How to use the Colorado State University pain scales to assess your patients.

Food for Thought About Pet Nutrition

How to become the go-to source on pet nutrition for your veterinary clients.

When to Spay/Neuter Cats? Vet Consensus Says Fix by Five Months

Esther Mechler of Marian’s Dream and Joan Miller of Cat Fanciers’ Association teamed up to create the Veterinary Task Force on Feline Sterilization, with a goal to come to a consensus on when to spay and neuter felines.

VOHC on Oral Health Pet Products

When your clients ask, "What oral health care products and chews do you recommend?” send them to the Veterinary Oral Health Council (VOHC).

Revealed: 2016 ‘They Ate What?!’ X-Ray Winner

Check out the top entry in Veterinary Practice News’ annual radiograph contest as well as the honorable mentions.

We’ve picked nine favorites from the 2016 “They Ate What?” lineup and need your vote. Tell us what your favorite x-ray is and you could win 500 dollars, courtesy of IDEXX. Tell your friends with the hashtag #TheyAteWhat.

How to Talk to Clients About Pet Cancer

If you have to talk about cancer treatment and prognosis with your clients, use these tips.

Why Catching CDS Early in Pets Makes All the Difference

Cognitive dysfunction syndrome may be incurable, but if caught early, you can stave off its effects and even show pet improvement.

Opting Out of Opioids

And why acupuncture may be an alternative treatment option.

How to Manage Enucleation Pain Effectively

Learn more about the three main local block options: retrobulbar injection, infused hemostatic sponges and splash block.
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