Edit Module

Letter From The Editor: Radiograph Contest Deadline Is June 30

Entries being accepted in fourth annual radiograph contest.


The first winner: a pine snake that swallowed two light bulbs.

Copyright University of Florida

If you haven’t gotten around to sending us that amazing radiograph of the dietary indiscretions committed by your client’s dog, cat, snake, guinea pig or cow, stop procrastinating.

The entry deadline for Veterinary Practice News’ fourth annual “They Ate WHAT?” radiograph contest is June 30.

A digital single-lens reflex camera is the grand prize. Two runners-up will receive a point-and-shoot digital camera.

Radiographs must have been taken since January 2007 and must be submitted to VPNeditor@bowtieinc.com. Be sure to include the submitter’s name, the clinic address, a telephone number and a brief explanation of the case.

Eklin Medical Systems of Santa Clara, Calif. is sponsoring the contest.

“With the proliferation of digital technology over the past few years, we expect to see many well-defined cases presenting an even greater variety of findings,” said Gary R. Cantu, chairman and CEO of Eklin.

Entries become the property of BowTie News, a division of BowTie Inc., which reserves the right to use them in any publication, media or promotion. Contestants agree that their photo, text, name and city may be posted on BowTie websites and in the case of the winner, on sponsor websites.

We’ve received a number of great entries, but we know more classics are out there. We look forward to seeing them!

Marilyn Iturri, editor

Edit Module
Edit ModuleShow Tags

Archive »Read More

Dog Nutrition Demystified Webinar

A webinar breaking down the nutrition in dog food.


University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine to Open Chicago Teaching Hospital

University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine to Open Chicago Teaching Hospital.
Edit Module
Edit Module
Edit ModuleEdit ModuleShow Tags Edit Module
Edit Module Edit Module
Edit ModuleShow Tags


Show More...
Edit Module
Edit Module