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Read This: An Unconventional Guide to Veterinarian Care

Read This: An Unconventional Guide to Veterinarian Care

"The Husbandry and Feeding of Veterinarians (for new owners)" might be the guide you share with all your non-veterinarian friends.

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Vet Hospital Sends Patients Home With Minion-Inspired Vet Wraps

Vet Hospital Sends Patients Home With Minion-Inspired Vet Wraps

The vet wrap game is strong at the Metropolitan Veterinary Associates & Emergency Services in Valley Forge, Pa.

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AVMA: Cecil the Lion ‘Suffered an Inhumane Death’

AVMA: Cecil the Lion ‘Suffered an Inhumane Death’

“We don’t want to make this a debate about hunting in general or trophy hunting; we know advocates and opponents hold strong opinions,” the organization states.

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Shelter Cat Campaign Surpasses Expectations

Shelter Cat Campaign Surpasses Expectations

The Million Cat Challenge, a joint project of the University of California, Davis Koret Shelter Medicine Program and the Maddie’s Shelter Medicine Program at the University of Florida, recently marked 250,000 cats saved.

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5 Tips to Boost Efficiency in Your Veterinary Practice

5 Tips to Boost Efficiency in Your Veterinary Practice

Poor efficiency means lost income. Here's ways to fight back and get your practice in order.

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Voyce Pro Offers Remote Monitoring of Dogs’ Health

Voyce Pro Offers Remote Monitoring of Dogs’ Health

The new Voyce Pro is a veterinary-exclusive program.

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Livestock Pose Giant Threat to British Vets

Livestock Pose Giant Threat to British Vets

Many large animal veterinarians are injured on the job, a BVA survey finds.

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Penn Vet Receives $100,000 Commitment to Aid Student Scholarships

Penn Vet Receives $100,000 Commitment to Aid Student Scholarships

The money will come from the Thoroughbred Education and Research Foundation.

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New Arizona Vet School Gets $2.5 Million Ranch

New Arizona Vet School Gets $2.5 Million Ranch

DK Ranch, near Sedona, will be used by the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.

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Voting Underway in Favorite Veterinarian Contest

Voting Underway in Favorite Veterinarian Contest

The public has until Sept. 1 to help choose the 2015 winner.

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Assisi Relaunches Electromagnetic Healing Device

Assisi Relaunches Electromagnetic Healing Device

Assisi Loop 2.0 is used for inflammation and pain relief in cats, dogs and horses.

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Veterinarians Play Table Tennis to Raise Funds for Charity

Veterinarians Play Table Tennis to Raise Funds for Charity

Staff from the Mandeville Veterinary Hospital engaged in 24 hours of table tennis to support animal charities.

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Illinois Vet College’s Fall Conference Set for Mid September

Illinois Vet College’s Fall Conference Set for Mid September

The University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine’s annual continuing education event will be held Sept. 17-18.

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Britain Ponders Language Test for Some Vets, Vet Techs

Britain Ponders Language Test for Some Vets, Vet Techs

Poor English proficiency in a veterinary setting could harm animals and people, the government says.

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Texas A&M Dean Elevated to AAVMC President

Texas A&M Dean Elevated to AAVMC President

Next in line is Douglas Freeman of the University of Saskatchewan.

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‘Doc McStuffins: Pet Vet’ Premieres This August on Disney Channel

‘Doc McStuffins: Pet Vet’ Premieres This August on Disney Channel

An animated show designed to teach children about caring for pets will begin airing Friday, August 14, 2015.

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How to Remember What Fueled Your Fire

How to Remember What Fueled Your Fire

If you're suffering from burnout, taking time to remind yourself why you entered the veterinary professional can go a long way in helping you through this difficult time.

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UC Davis to Host Beef Cattle Symposium

UC Davis to Host Beef Cattle Symposium

The symposium, to be held, Aug. 17-18, will focus on applied reproductive strategies.

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Vets Get Extra Time to Weigh in on Bulk Drug List

Vets Get Extra Time to Weigh in on Bulk Drug List

Nominations must be made by Nov. 16, but comments on a draft compounding document are due Aug. 17.

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CSU Plans $47 Million Equine Hospital

CSU Plans $47 Million Equine Hospital

The Johnson Foundation donates $10 million toward what will become the Helen and Arthur E. Johnson Family Equine Hospital.

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Anesthesia Vet Tech Group Gets Makeover

Anesthesia Vet Tech Group Gets Makeover

Goodbye, AVTA. Hello, Academy of Veterinary Technicians in Anesthesia and Analgesia.

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Is Your Bookshelf Bare? Enter for a Chance to Win 1 of 3 Books!

Is Your Bookshelf Bare? Enter for a Chance to Win 1 of 3 Books!

Enter for a chance to win "Essentials of Tortoise Medicine and Surgery" or "Notes on Feline Internal Medicine" or "All Creatures Great and Small and Essentials."

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Official Rules for 3 Book Giveaway! Sweepstakes

Read the official rules for the "3 Book Giveaway!" sweepstakes.

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Vet Techs Flock to WVC Symposium

Vet Techs Flock to WVC Symposium

The second such event will take place in June 2016.

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Idexx Launches 10-Minute Test for Lepto

Idexx Launches 10-Minute Test for Lepto

The SNAP Lepto Test “is a huge advancement,” one veterinarian says.

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Cornell Vet College to Begin Search for New Dean

Cornell Vet College to Begin Search for New Dean

Dr. Michael Kotlikoff has been named Cornell University’s next provost, leaving an opening for his current position of the Austin O. Hooey Dean of Veterinary Medicine.

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Veterinarians Remove Diamond Engagement Ring from Dog’s Stomach

Veterinarians Remove Diamond Engagement Ring from Dog’s Stomach

Vets used an endoscope to retrieve the ring from Tux, the French bulldog's mouth.

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Do We Cater to Unconventional Clients?

Do We Cater to Unconventional Clients?

Whipsawed by “crazy” clients and professional sanity? You are not alone, but finding the balance isn't easy.

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What You Need to Know About Oral Eosinophilic Diseases in Dogs and Cats

What You Need to Know About Oral Eosinophilic Diseases in Dogs and Cats

There are many appearances to canine and feline oral eosinophilic disease, so know what to look for.

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What are the Benefits of Long-Term NSAIDs?

What are the Benefits of Long-Term NSAIDs?

A look at the research.

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Mixing Herbs and Meds to Soothe the Psyche

Mixing Herbs and Meds to Soothe the Psyche

Used alone or in combination with drugs and counseling, plant-based approaches to emotional problems are becoming increasingly an attractive alternative for pet owners worried about side effects of drugs.

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Sleepypod Dog Harness Wins Top Safety Rating

Sleepypod Dog Harness Wins Top Safety Rating

The extra-large Clickit Sport earns the highest possible score, just like three other sizes did earlier.

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VPI, Pets Best Founder Receives Lifetime Award

VPI, Pets Best Founder Receives Lifetime Award

The North American Pet Health Insurance Association honors Dr. Jack Stephens.

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The Craziest Veterinary Technician Stories

The Craziest Veterinary Technician Stories

From fires, to naked clients to wardrobe malfunctions, vet techs have seen it all. What's your crazy story?

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Virginia Tech Honors Digital Artist for Donated Art

Virginia Tech Honors Digital Artist for Donated Art

The Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine at Virginia Tech recently honored Ted Smusz, a long-time veterinary college employee, for his animal art donations.

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Read This: An Unconventional Guide to Veterinarian Care

"The Husbandry and Feeding of Veterinarians (for new owners)" might be the guide you share with all your non-veterinarian friends.

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Vet Hospital Sends Patients Home With Minion-Inspired Vet Wraps

The vet wrap game is strong at the Metropolitan Veterinary Associates & Emergency Services in Valley Forge, Pa.

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AVMA: Cecil the Lion ‘Suffered an Inhumane Death’

“We don’t want to make this a debate about hunting in general or trophy hunting; we know advocates and opponents hold strong opinions,” the organization states.

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Shelter Cat Campaign Surpasses Expectations

The Million Cat Challenge, a joint project of the University of California, Davis Koret Shelter Medicine Program and the Maddie’s Shelter Medicine Program at the University of Florida, recently marked 250,000 cats saved.

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5 Tips to Boost Efficiency in Your Veterinary Practice

Poor efficiency means lost income. Here's ways to fight back and get your practice in order.

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