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It’s B-a-a-c-k! Livestock Virus Returns

It’s B-a-a-c-k! Livestock Virus Returns

Cases are reported in Texas, New Mexico, Utah and Arizona.

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Tuskegee Grad Wins Bayer Communications Award

Tuskegee Grad Wins Bayer Communications Award

Dr. Chad Malpass topped 26 other finalists in the third annual contest.

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British Vets Rank High on Trust Scale

British Vets Rank High on Trust Scale

94 percent of people trust the veterinary profession generally or completely.

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Vet Techs Take Lead on Heartworm Education

Vet Techs Take Lead on Heartworm Education

A new team called Merial Tech Champions will work with veterinary technicians nationwide.

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What do You do When You're Suffering From Burnout and Compassion Fatigue?

What do You do When You're Suffering From Burnout and Compassion Fatigue?

Why you should take time to reflect on your career goals.

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Wisconsin Vet Lab Names New Director

Wisconsin Vet Lab Names New Director

Dr. Philip Bochsler will assume his new duties on July 6.

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3-D Printers Help Vets Prep for Surgery

3-D Printers Help Vets Prep for Surgery

From Ohio State to China, the future is now when it comes to making replicas of animal bones.

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What Google’s Mobile Changes Mean to Vet Practices

What Google’s Mobile Changes Mean to Vet Practices

When the Google giant roars, it’s best to listen and respond.

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‘Veterinary Nurse’ May Become Protected Title

‘Veterinary Nurse’ May Become Protected Title

Legislation seeks to outlaw the use of “veterinary nurse” by people not registered with the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons.

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#TravelTuesday: One Veterinarian's Adventures in Turkey

#TravelTuesday: One Veterinarian's Adventures in Turkey

What is it like to practice veterinary medicine in Turkey? Dr. Phil Zeltzman shares some of his photos from his recent trip.

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Bizarre Meals Cost Pet Owners Plenty in Vet Bills

Bizarre Meals Cost Pet Owners Plenty in Vet Bills

Retrieving a foreign body from an animal’s mouth is easy compared with one that gets into the small intestine.

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Salmonella Outbreak Tied to Crested Geckos

Salmonella Outbreak Tied to Crested Geckos

Simple precautions can help keep the disease in check.

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Penn Vet Creates Executive Director of the Office of Students Position

Penn Vet Creates Executive Director of the Office of Students Position

Dr. Mary Bryant will oversee the recently consolidated Office of Admissions and the Office of Student and Curricular Affairs.

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WSAVA Focuses on Stopping Pain in Animals

WSAVA Focuses on Stopping Pain in Animals

48 veterinary organizations throw their support behind new pain management guidelines.

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LifeLearn’s ‘Dr. Sofie’ Aims to Know All the Answers

LifeLearn’s ‘Dr. Sofie’ Aims to Know All the Answers

A cognitive computing program powered by IBM’s Watson spits out answers to veterinary questions.

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UC Davis Gives Cat New Eyelids

UC Davis Gives Cat New Eyelids

A young cat named Billie suffered from eyelid agenesis.

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How to Avoid Scheduling Mistakes Every Veterinary Clinic Makes

How to Avoid Scheduling Mistakes Every Veterinary Clinic Makes

Here's some tips to keep yourself on schedule for all your appointments.

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Drug Developer Jaguar Raises Millions in IPO

Drug Developer Jaguar Raises Millions in IPO

Coming soon may be Canalevia, a treatment for canine diarrhea.

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Petplan Looking for Best in Veterinary Field

Petplan Looking for Best in Veterinary Field

Awards will be handed out to an outstanding practice, veterinarian, vet tech, practice manager, receptionist and pet owner.

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Customer Service: Hall of Shame or Hall of Fame?

Customer Service: Hall of Shame or Hall of Fame?

Which hall are you in?

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CSU Treats Rescued African Lion

CSU Treats Rescued African Lion

A 15-year-old African lion was rescued in Mexico, flown to Colorado and trailered to the James L. Voss Veterinary Teaching Hospital at Colorado State University for evaluation of a broken neck and damaged teeth.

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Prommune, IAH Relocating to KC Corridor

Prommune, IAH Relocating to KC Corridor

One animal health company is planning a move from Nebraska and the other from Australia.

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Help Select Hero Vet, Vet Tech

Help Select Hero Vet, Vet Tech

Online voting ends July 13 in an annual contest honoring veterinary professionals.

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Who in Your Practice has Experienced Compassion Fatigue, Burnout or Depression?

Who in Your Practice has Experienced Compassion Fatigue, Burnout or Depression?

Can your practice afford to fight back? Can you afford not to?

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AVMA Chooses 3 Congressional Fellows

AVMA Chooses 3 Congressional Fellows

Drs. Rachel Cumberbatch, Honorata Hansen and Lauren Stump will represent the veterinary profession as scientific advisers.

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Trupanion Enjoys Spike in Customers, Sales

Trupanion Enjoys Spike in Customers, Sales

More than 250,000 pets have medical insurance through Trupanion.

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Blue Buffalo Faults Supplier for Wide Use of Byproduct Meal

Blue Buffalo Faults Supplier for Wide Use of Byproduct Meal

The legal case between two giant pet food manufacturers heats up.

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UC Davis Begins Expanded Vaccine Field Trials for Foothill Abortion

UC Davis Begins Expanded Vaccine Field Trials for Foothill Abortion

The vaccine aims to treat a tick-borne bacterial disease which kills cow fetuses.

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Idexx Responds to Outbreak With H3N2 Dog Flu Test

Idexx Responds to Outbreak With H3N2 Dog Flu Test

The H3N2 Influenza Virus RealPCR Test is available as a standalone and with other panels.

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Confusing Credentials and Definitions

Confusing Credentials and Definitions

Why are titles so important? Dr. Narda Robinson explores the topic.

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Why Compliance Tops Flea and Tick Control Musts

Why Compliance Tops Flea and Tick Control Musts

Educating your clients on how to properly use flea-and-tick products is key too.

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Missouri’s VMTH Helps Clients Afford Care for Pets with Payment Option

Missouri’s VMTH Helps Clients Afford Care for Pets with Payment Option

A partnership between the University of Missouri Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital and Universal Guardian Acceptance has brought new payment options to pet owners so that they can afford care for their animals.

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Vets More Likely to Suffer From Mental Illness, Study Shows

Vets More Likely to Suffer From Mental Illness, Study Shows

A questionnaire completed by more than 10,000 working veterinarians found that 7 percent of men and just over 1 in 10 women displayed signs of serious psychological distress.

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Aquamation: A Dignified, Environmentally Friendly Alternative to Pet Cremation or Burial

Aquamation: A Dignified, Environmentally Friendly Alternative to Pet Cremation or Burial

California company works with veterinary practices to provide chemical decomposition of pets.

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What You Need to Know About Retention Requests

What You Need to Know About Retention Requests

Here's some tips when it's time to ask for a raise or different benefits in your veterinary career.

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It’s B-a-a-c-k! Livestock Virus Returns

Cases are reported in Texas, New Mexico, Utah and Arizona.

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Tuskegee Grad Wins Bayer Communications Award

Dr. Chad Malpass topped 26 other finalists in the third annual contest.

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British Vets Rank High on Trust Scale

94 percent of people trust the veterinary profession generally or completely.

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Vet Techs Take Lead on Heartworm Education

A new team called Merial Tech Champions will work with veterinary technicians nationwide.

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What do You do When You're Suffering From Burnout and Compassion Fatigue?

Why you should take time to reflect on your career goals.

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