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Cornell Develops Cornea Model of Infection

Researchers at Cornell University’s College of Veterinary Medicine have developed a model to test the effectiveness of drugs for treating feline eye infections.

Study: Cats Opt for Healthy Food Over Flavor

No junk food junky felines.

5 Playful Puppies and Kitties in the Vet Clinic

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

Dog Gets Prosthetic Leg, Plays Like a Puppy Again

After Abel had to have his leg removed because of a cancerous tumor, his owners insisted on giving him a prosthetic.

NC Researchers Earn Grant to Study Canine Epilepsy

The grant from American Kennel Club Canine Health Foundation, Inc., will be used to study the role of Lactobacilli in the development of epilepsy in dogs.

CSU Studies Transdermal Mirtazapine in Cats with Kidney Disease

The purpose of the new clinical trial, according to Colorado State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, is to document the appetite stimulation properties of the transdermal form of mirtazapine in cats with kidney disease.

Dog Found With Teeth Growing Out of Ears

Esmeralda seemed to have four ears with teeth growing out of some.

Pets Celebrating National Sunglasses Day

Bring on the shades!

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.

13 Puppies in the Vet Clinic

Who doesn't love cute little puppies?!

Letters to the Editor: June 2016 Issue

Viewpoints from Veterinary Practice News readers.

Reply to 'An Open Letter to the Veterinary Community About COE Standards'

JAVMA editor-in-chief Kurt J. Matushek, DVM, MS, Dipl. ACVS, responds.

Best Practices for Pet Parasites

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

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.

Dog With Heart Condition First Pet to Get Unique Surgery

University of Florida vets and human doctors worked together to treat the dog by performing a surgery typically used for young human patients.

Can a Vet Save a Viral Dog from Rehoming?

After a photo of Diggy and his owner went viral, police told the owner he had to remove the dog because of a pit bull ban in their city.

Why Palliative Care for Pets is so Important

“As veterinarians, we must do everything we can to relieve our patients from pain, stress and discomfort, whether it is a curable or terminal disease.”

The Art of Anesthesia in Brachycephalic Dogs

The latest best practices and updates.

Take This Urethrostomy Quiz

Give 3 responses to this question.

What You Need to Know About Urinary Incontinence in Dogs

Why it's so common but tricky to cure.

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.
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