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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.

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.

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.

Dog Regains Mobility Thanks to UC Davis Neurologists

After Leah, a border collie, suffered a spinal injury, UC Davis neurologists helped her get back on her feet.

As Nasal Tumor Cases Grow, So Do Options

Find out the latest treatments.

When to Use Miniplates for Mandibular Fractures

A case study.

Merck Unveils Diabetes App

Track your pet's diabetes with this free app from Merck Animal Health.

Dog With Severely Injured Neck Recovering From Emergency Surgery

The Delaware County SPCA is currently asking for donations to help pay for Clover’s surgeries and recovery.

How to Treat Gingival Hyperplasia

A case study.

5 Pets Celebrating St. Patrick's Day in Veterinary Clinics

The luck of the Irish is coming to a practice near you.

How a Misplaced Sponge Can Return to Bite You

10 tips to preventing retained surgical sponges.

Veterinarian Proves It: Cats See Better in the Dark

Rich F. Sanchez, DVM of the Royal Veterinary College built a cool maze to prove if a dog or cat has better night vision for the BBC program "Cats v Dogs: Which is Best?"

Veterinary Dentist Starts ‘Tooth Fairy Fund’ for Pets Needing Dental Work

Dr. Brook Niemiec is looking to help pet owners who can’t afford dental care for their cats and dogs.

A Journey Through Canine Osteosarcoma

One veterinarian’s personal story.

Cats and Toothache Vet Costs

Your guide to feline dental disease and treatment.

Vet Techs Say Sedation Is Underutilized

In certain cases, sedation can lower stress levels in animals and veterinary staff and make handling the pets easier.

MSU Treats Dog Hit by Train

Lad, a young collie that was hit by a train, has an excellent prognosis thanks to staff at the Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine Animal Emergency and Referral Clinic.

Why Diagnosing Pancreatitis in Dogs and Cats is Still a Challenge

Specialists say the tools for getting to the bottom of the tricky disease have greatly improved.

What You Need to Know About Murmurs and Heart Disease in Senior Dogs

As well as in cats.

What You Need to Know About Oral Eosinophilic Diseases in Dogs and Cats

There are many appearances to canine and feline oral eosinophilic disease, so know what to look for.

Why You Should Consider Nonsurgical Care for CCL Disease

And find out what other options you can try.
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