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How to Create a Cave for Your Cat Patients

This video from VETgirl shows you how to make a cat cave for your hospitalized feline patients.

Myths About Thyroid Disorders, Vaccines in Pets

And the truth about thyroid disorders and vaccines.

Is Today’s Dogma Tomorrow’s Tooth Worm?

A history lesson about the tooth worm and how it reflects on science today.

Best Practices for Pet Parasites

It’s never too late to talk parasites with pet owners.

Cannabis for Brain Tumors?

What the research is showing.

How to Tackle Pet Skin Disorders With Holistic Care

When you have an itchy pet patient, here's how to treat them naturally.

Why Palliative Care for Pets is so Important

“As veterinarians, we must do everything we can to relieve our patients from pain, stress and discomfort, whether it is a curable or terminal disease.”

The Art of Anesthesia in Brachycephalic Dogs

The latest best practices and updates.

Take This Urethrostomy Quiz

Give 3 responses to this question.

University of Guelph Focuses on Non-Invasive Spay/Neuter Technique

Researchers at the University of Guelph are developing a nonsurgical spay/neuter method by understanding fertility at the cellular level.

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.

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.

Tough Decisions Await When Dogs Bite Kids

As veterinarians, what can you do when this happens?

Spot the Abnormalities!

Can you spot all the issues in this month's brain teaser?

7 Phrases That Can Kill Dental Compliance

If you want your clients to understand the importance of dental care for their pets, avoid saying or doing these 7 things.

Researchers Discover Rare Human Disease in Dogs

Researchers say they have discovered a rare, severe form of pulmonary hypertension in dogs that up until this point had only been classified as a human lung disease.

Why the Standards of Care for Spinal Cord Injuries Are Changing

A look at the latest evidence.

The Latest Advancements in Atopic Dermatitis Treatments in Dogs and Cats

Find out all the ways veterinarians are treating itchy skin in dogs and cats.

Why Ticks Threaten the Entire Pet-Owning Family

If a dog is diagnosed with Lyme disease, veterinarians should talk to the clients about getting tested themselves.

How This Mexican Shelter Is Doing ‘What it Takes’ for Pets

SPCA Puerto Vallarta gives dogs and cats a great life until they find their new homes.

Cat-Friendly Practices Happy With Results

A survey conducted by the American Association of Feline Practitioners found that nearly 7-in-10 hospitals designated as cat-friendly practices attracted new clients because of the status.
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