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Zoetis launches Clavamox Chewable for dogs, cats

Zoetis announced the commercial launch of Clavamox Chewable (amoxicillin and clavulanate potassium tablets), which is effective in treating skin infections in dogs and cats, periodontal infections in dogs, and urinary tract infections in cats, according to the company.

Four reasons veterinary clients avoid regular checkups for their cats—and what you can do about it

A recent survey found 92 percent of cat owners say their cat’s health is important to them, but only half of all American cats taken to the veterinarian by their caretakers on a regular basis; inspire cat owners to participate in Take Your Cat to Vet Day on August 22.

The amazing grace of senior pets

Help clients' older furry companions age with dignity and quality through observation, early detection and diagnosis, and care delivered by a collaborative veterinarian-owner approach.

Support veterinary clients’ supplemental endeavors

The clinician-client partnership is vital when pet owners wish to help their pets achieve optimum health with supplements.

Will thermal imaging gain greater traction in veterinary practice?

Cannabis-based remedies lack reliable clinical evidence for veterinary use

Cannabis-based remedies lack reliable clinical evidence; until further research is available, use of marijuana in dogs and cats is entirely experimental and based only on anecdote.

How to talk to owners of obese pets for better patient results

A common misperception exists among veterinary professionals that addressing a pet’s obesity will offend a pet owner with obesity.

Zoetis completes acquisition of Nexvet Biophrma

Zoetis Inc., manufacturer of veterinary vaccines and medicines for veterinarians, livestock producers, farmers, and pet owners, announced the completion of its $85 million acquisition of Nexvet Biopharma, a Tullamore, Ireland-based company that manufactures monoclonal antibodies (mAb) for companion animal pain management.

UC Davis veterinary surgeons perform rare bilateral laparoscopic adrenalectomy

After handed a diagnosis of bilateral adrenal tumors in their dog, Makana, her owners took her to the University of California, Davis Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital, where the Internal Medicine Service, the Soft Tissue Surgery Service, and the Diagnostic Imaging Service developed a plan to address the 7-year-old yellow Labrador retriever’s complicated condition.

AAFP Releases Two New Client Brochures for Feline Veterinarians

The two brochures cover cat pain and degenerative joint disease.

What's Wrong in the Chihuahua Rad?

Test your knowledge in the August 2017 Brain Teaser.

Why Intratesticular Blocks are Simple, Low Cost and Effective

All you need is four items.

Orofacial Manifestations of Lymphoma in Pets

While epitheliotropic T-cell lymphoma is rare, knowing the signs to look for can help you diagnose the disease before it becomes serious.

The Trends to Watch for in the Veterinary World

Big data, wearable tech and stem cell therapy loom large in the veterinary industry’s near future.

Beyond the Belly: The Health Consequences of Pet Obesity

In this exclusive three-part series, Ernie Ward, DVM, reviews the main medical reasons why pet obesity is a big problem.

Canine Degenerative Myelopathy Test Moves Toward Trial

Researchers from the University of Missouri are looking for dogs for the clinical trial.

Tufts Researchers Find First Genomic Biomarkers in Extracellular Vesicles

The research provides a greater understanding of myxomatous mitral valve disease and heart failure in dogs.

New Ways to Think About Pet Pain

The way the veterinary profession has evolved their thinking about pet pain has led to new treatment options and drugs.

The Latest in Veterinary Ophthalmology Research

Experts believe that the future of ophthalmology will bring better care and prognoses.

How Vets Play a Role in Pet Supplement Market Growth

The veterinary profession plays an important role in both promoting supplements as well as helping pet owners avoid predatory marketing practices.

Why Wellness Plans Are Great for Your Vet Practice

Wellness plans help clinics provide top-notch preventive care for patients while boosting client loyalty and satisfaction.
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