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Why Intratesticular Blocks are Simple, Low Cost and Effective

All you need is four items.

Orofacial Manifestations of Lymphoma in Pets

While lymphoma is rare, knowing the signs to look for can help you diagnose the disease before it becomes serious.

The Trends to Watch for in the Veterinary World

Big data, wearable tech and stem cell therapy loom large in the veterinary industry’s near future.

Beyond the Belly: The Health Consequences of Pet Obesity

In this exclusive three-part series, Ernie Ward, DVM, reviews the main medical reasons why pet obesity is a big problem.

Canine Degenerative Myelopathy Test Moves Toward Trial

Researchers from the University of Missouri are looking for dogs for the clinical trial.

Tufts Researchers Find First Genomic Biomarkers in Extracellular Vesicles

The research provides a greater understanding of myxomatous mitral valve disease and heart failure in dogs.

New Ways to Think About Pet Pain

The way the veterinary profession has evolved their thinking about pet pain has led to new treatment options and drugs.

The Latest in Veterinary Ophthalmology Research

Experts believe that the future of ophthalmology will bring better care and prognoses.

How Vets Play a Role in Pet Supplement Market Growth

The veterinary profession plays an important role in both promoting supplements as well as helping pet owners avoid predatory marketing practices.

Why Wellness Plans Are Great for Your Vet Practice

Wellness plans help clinics provide top-notch preventive care for patients while boosting client loyalty and satisfaction.

Dog Noses as a Diagnostic Copilot?

While dogs might not be part of diagnostic tools, their ability to detect cancer can help doctors do the same.

UC Davis Vets Remove 5-Inch Heartworm From Cat's Femoral Artery

Stormie, a Siamese cat, had a history of heartworm disease.

Survey: Can Therapy Animal Visits Pose Risk to Patients?

A survey performed by researchers from the Tufts Institute for Human-Animal Interaction found that most facilities that allow therapy animal visits don't follow or have health and safety recommendations or policies.

Hill's Announces Assistance Dog of the Year for 2017

Scout, a 5-year-old Golden Retriever, earns the title and a two-year supply of Hill's Science Diet dog food.

Vet Saves Dog Bitten by Coral Snake

The veterinary team at BluePearl Veterinary Partners hospital in San Antonio, Texas, encountered their first coral snake bite case and saved Elvis too.

Causes of Canine Stomatitis

And how to treat it.

Dog with Severe Maxillofacial Trauma Adapts Well

A case study.

How Orthotics, Prosthetics Help Restore Pet Lives

The field is evolving as awareness and demand rise.

The Latest in Treating Canine Lymphoma

Chemotherapy, antibody therapy and immunotherapy continue to provide hope.

The Gonadectomy Controversy

Exploring the available data, making the case for more information and weighing the risks with pet owners.

Is it a Medical Problem or a Behavior Problem?

Manage tricky behavior cases by determining medical factors, championing client education and knowing when to refer issues beyond your clinic’s scope.
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