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WSU Vet Establishes Veterinary Laparoscopic Training Program

The Veterinary Assessment Laparoscopic Skills (VALS) training program, created by Boel Fransson, DVM, provides training and certification for interested board-certified veterinary surgeons.

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.

The Latest in Veterinary Diagnostic Tech

The latest diagnostic tech yields noninvasive, lightweight, easy-to-use equipment that delivers rapid results.

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.

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.

Pet Owners Seek Out Mitral Valve Repair Surgery Overseas

Pet owners are willing to help their dogs receive the latest in veterinary surgical care, whether it be in France or Japan.

Name Those Errors

Solve the Veterinary Practice News June 2017 brain teaser.

Pros and Cons of Supplements in Treating Pet Cancer

Evidence of supplement, herb and nutraceutical use with veterinary cancer patients grows.

Dogs, Vets Wait for Progress on IVDD

Advancements and research into treating intervertebral disc disease offer hope to dogs and pet owners.

The Solution to Pollution? Dilution!

Why intraoperative lavage is an underused but very helpful technique.

The Limits of Telemedicine in the Vet Practice

A look at why primary care veterinarians should remain at the forefront in the policy-making process to protect their clients and the value of their services.

What Else You Need to Know About Nonhealing Facial Wounds

A case study.

The Promises of Cutting Edge Veterinary Medicine

How the advances in veterinary medicine offer new hope to pets and owners.

A Look at Veterinary Lasers

How surgical lasers have revolutionized minor and complex veterinary surgery.

How to Keep Pet Joint Pain at Bay

What you need to know about prevention and management of osteoarthritis in cats and dogs.

Monitoring Pet Patients Without ‘Toys’

When technology fails, here's how you can rely on your senses and skills to treat your pet patients.

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