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Vets Work to Declare Pet Obesity a Disease

Obesity has been declared a disease for humans. Will the veterinary world soon name obesity a disease for pets, too?

Study: Feeling Good About Pet Increases Vet Visits

The “Pet Owners and the Human-Animal Bond” survey from HABRI looked at online responses of 2,000 pet owners.

Avian Flu Strain Spreads to 45 Cats

Domestic felines are infected with H7N2 for the first time.

Onsior Pain Drug Approved for Dogs

Medication may be used to counter postoperative pain and inflammation.

New Parasiticide From Ceva: Catego for Cats

Fast-acting, monthly preventive targets fleas and ticks.

Are You Letting Clients Down After Their Pets Die?

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

Food for Thought About Pet Nutrition

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

Watch Now: People React to the 2016 ‘They Ate What?!’ Entries

"Is that a knife?"

How to Talk to Clients About Pet Cancer

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

5 Playful Puppies and Kitties in the Vet Clinic

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

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?!

10 Adorable Pets at the Vet Clinic

These Vines will have you saying "awwww."

More Vets Reading Bad Pet Advice

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

Vets Reading Bad Pet Advice Will Have You Laughing

Have you heard any of these recommendations?

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.

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.
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