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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.

The Immunity Challenge: Vaccines and Pets

The latest about vaccines.

Tips and Tricks to Clip Like a Pro

10 tips every veterinary surgeon should know.

Surgical Program for Vet Interns Helps Shelter Pets

Veterinary Speciality Center in Buffalo Grove, Ill., launched Shelter Animal Surgical Service to help shelter pets who need surgical procedures.

Researchers Repair Nonunion Fractions With Bone Regrowth Tech

Orthopedic surgeons at UC Davis utilized the technology to help repair bone injuries in dogs.

Name Those Errors

Solve the Veterinary Practice News June 2017 brain teaser.

Canine Influenza Virus 2017: Beyond Two Show Dogs

The million-dollar question about the current H3N2 outbreak is whether it will worsen or fizzle out—and how many dogs will be affected.

WSAVA Pushes Responsible Dog Breeding Through Education About Inherited Diseases

The World Small Animal Veterinary Association is veterinarians access to a database that provides more information about genetic diseases and testing for dogs.

AHS Survey Shows Heartworm on the Rise

The average number of dogs diagnosed per clinic in 2016 were almost 22 percent higher than in 2013.

How One Vet Clinic Improved Parasite Compliance

Meghan Bingham, CVPM, of West Alabama Animal Clinic in Houston has 76 percent of her pet patients leaving with flea, tick and heartworm preventatives.

At-Home Dental Compliance Strategies

Get your clients to brush their pets' teeth at home with these tips.

How to Take Care of Itchy Pets

The latest dermatological treatments for cats and dogs.

Treating Parasites in 2017

Mild weather and lackluster client compliance continue to favor parasites.

Common Medications and Household Items That Can Poison Dogs

An overview, plus a guide on how to treat your patients.

Study: Universal Canine Vaccination Eliminates Human Exposure to Rabies

Merck Animal Health released a study that found a One Health approach is the most cost-effective away to reduce rabies exposure.

Illinois Vet College Releases Video Teaching Officers How to Treat Police Dogs Who Overdose on Opioids

The video from the University of Illinois is in response to police and other working dogs overdosing on potent opioids while searching for drugs, and needing to be treated with naloxone.

Nationwide Study Shows Short-Nosed Dogs Are Less Healthy

The “Nationwide Brachycephalic Breed Disease Prevalence Study March 2017 was released at this year's WVC.

Free Eye Exams for Service Animals Returns for its 10th Year

The National Service Animal Eye Exam Event is sponsored by American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists and Stokes Pharmacy.

Small Dog, Huge Bladder Stone

A tiny poodle mix had a 7-centimeter bladder stone inside her, and veterinarians had to rush to save her.

National Dog Bite Prevention Week Dates Change

The AVMA, the United States Postal Service and State Farm Insurance continue to protect the bond between people and their dogs through the National Dog Bite Prevention Week Coalition.
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