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5 Playful Puppies and Kitties in the Vet Clinic

The best place to play is at the vet's!

Take the Local Block Challenge

Can you solve this brain teaser?

14 Pet Apps You Can Recommend to Clients

While animal health apps have a way to go, there are a few that you and your clients can benefit from.

Why Veterinary Products are Made in the USA

There's no place like home.

4 Scientific Articles Every Vet Needs to Read

File these classics under "need to know."

How Studying Cancer in Dogs will Help Humans

What the veterinary experts are hoping we learn from cancer in dogs that will later benefit humans.

4 Cute Pet Casts

Add some color to your patients' casts.

AVMA Launches Clinical Studies Database

The database will help veterinarians looking for animals for their clinical studies, as well as vets and owners looking for treatment options.

Pets Celebrating National Sunglasses Day

Bring on the shades!

What It's Like to be a Zoo Vet

This video from the San Diego Zoo gives you an inside look.

Vets Reading Bad Pet Advice, Part 3

It only gets worse.

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.

You Might be a Veterinarian When...

"You bring your own X-rays to your doctor appointment."

13 Puppies in the Vet Clinic

Who doesn't love cute little puppies?!

Myths About Thyroid Disorders, Vaccines in Pets

And the truth about thyroid disorders and vaccines.

10 Adorable Pets at the Vet Clinic

These Vines will have you saying "awwww."

Is Today’s Dogma Tomorrow’s Tooth Worm?

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

Are You Saving for the Next Recession?

A new video from the AVMA explains why you should.

Best Practices for Pet Parasites

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

More Vets Reading Bad Pet Advice

Get ready to laugh (so you don't cry).

UK Vet Nurse Trains Labs to Line Up in Row

In this video, Katie Williamson, a veterinary nurse in training, says her Labradors are well-trained but also mischevious.
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