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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?

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.

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 Human Cardiologist is Bridging the M.D.-Vet Gap

A Q&A with Barbara Natterson-Horowitz, M.D., MA, who wants better cooperation between physicians and veterinarians.

As Nasal Tumor Cases Grow, So Do Options

Find out the latest treatments.

10 Tips to Control Your Vet Clinic’s Inventory

It may not sound like any fun, but inventory management is easy to do and can save you money in the long run.

How Would You Diagnose This Case?

Give your responses to 3 questions about this lateral thoracic radiograph.

Avoid Supplement Surprises

A look at the supplement industry and DNA barcoding.

When to Use Miniplates for Mandibular Fractures

A case study.

A Brief Look at Veterinary Acupuncture

Watch National Geographic's mini-documentary "Treating Animals With Acupuncture."

10 Helpful Hacks for Veterinary Surgeons

Diagnose and treat better and faster.

How to Treat Gingival Hyperplasia

A case study.

Is Music Part of Your Treatment Plan?

How music can massage the mind and help your pet patients relax.

The Curious Case of the Inflated Endotracheal Tube

Can you solve this brain teaser?

British Study Reveals 1.4 Million Pet Owners Give Their Pets Human Meds to Avoid Veterinary Expenses

One-third of pet owners who participated in the study have given their pets anti-histamines, antiseptic creams and even protein shakes.

Virginia Tech Researcher to Develop Porcine Vaccine

A researcher at the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine at Virginia Tech has received a grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture to develop a more effective vaccine against a newly emergent pig virus.

Why Platelet-Rich Plasma is a Pretty Remarkable Product

Find out everything you need to know about PRP.

The Veterinary Surgeon's Dilemma: To Biopsy or Not Biopsy?

Veterinary surgeon experts give their advice.

What to do When Gums Overgrow Their Boundaries

A look at gingival hyperplasia in your pet patients.
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