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Why You Should Add Guinea Pigs to Your Practice

Why You Should Add Guinea Pigs to Your Practice

Guinea pigs aren’t hard animals to treat, but veterinarians interested in doing so should keep in mind a few basics.

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My Top 10 Regrets After 20 Years In Practice

My Top 10 Regrets After 20 Years In Practice

What's your biggest regret?

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Survey: Clients Want to Know About Parasites

Survey: Clients Want to Know About Parasites

A survey from Companion Animal Parasite Council and Bayer Animal Health shows that pet owners are more willing to schedule an appointment to get their pets tested if their veterinarians tell them about heightened parasite risks.

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Penn Vet Names Recipients of New Scholarship

Penn Vet Names Recipients of New Scholarship

The Commonwealth One Health Scholarship will fund Penn Vet students for training that will benefit Pennsylvania agriculture.

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Why Ticks Are Looming Large for Dogs and Cats

Why Ticks Are Looming Large for Dogs and Cats

The spread of parasites won't be slowing this year.

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InstaVet Unveils NYC Mobile Practice

InstaVet Unveils NYC Mobile Practice

$199 buys a veterinary house call or pet transportation.

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Hill’s Unveils Combination Diets for Dogs, Cats

Hill’s Unveils Combination Diets for Dogs, Cats

Prescription Diet Metabolic + Mobility Canine and Metabolic + Urinary Feline target concurrent health conditions.

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N.C. State Gets $16 Million From Longtime Patron

N.C. State Gets $16 Million From Longtime Patron

The R.B. Terry Charitable Foundation contributes again to the College of Veterinary Medicine.

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5 Times the Vet Medicine Struggle Got a Little Too Real

5 Times the Vet Medicine Struggle Got a Little Too Real

Laugh so you don't cry.

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Virginia Tech’s Marion DuPont Scott Equine Medical Center Names Director

Virginia Tech’s Marion DuPont Scott Equine Medical Center Names Director

Dr. Michael D. Erskine took on the position April 25.

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How to Cultivate a Healthy Office Culture in Your Practice

How to Cultivate a Healthy Office Culture in Your Practice

Here's 9 tips to create an office your employees thrive in.

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Learn at Your Leisure About Pet Nutrition

Learn at Your Leisure About Pet Nutrition

The Hill’s Virtual Event Center is available online through June 30.

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UC Davis Establishes Fund to Aid California K-9 Officers

UC Davis Establishes Fund to Aid California K-9 Officers

The Faithful Partner Fund is initially funded by matching $25,000 contributions from both the U.C. Davis School of Veterinary Medicine and the U.C. Davis Police Department.

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Study Confirms Benefits of Pedicle Tie Spays

Study Confirms Benefits of Pedicle Tie Spays

Compared to PDL, PT procedures are safe and reduce a patient’s anesthesia time.

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Are You Making These Two Mistakes and Costing Your Clinic Thousands?

Are You Making These Two Mistakes and Costing Your Clinic Thousands?

Reminder calls and refilling preventives can result in impressive revenue boost.

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Virbac Introduces Flea, Tick Killer EctoAdvance Plus

Virbac Introduces Flea, Tick Killer EctoAdvance Plus

EctoAdvance Plus is a cost-effective alternative to FrontlinePlus, the manufacturer states.

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Missouri Vet College to Hold Pet Memorial on May 2

Missouri Vet College to Hold Pet Memorial on May 2

The Companion Animal Memorial event is offered annually by the Together In Grief, Easing Recovery program to honor the lives of animals that have passed.

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10 Ways to Become a Great Practice Owner

10 Ways to Become a Great Practice Owner

Be the boss you'd want to work for with these tips.

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Arizona Vet Dies, Husband Charged

Arizona Vet Dies, Husband Charged

A memorial service for Dr. Kerman Dubash will be held Friday.

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Hartz Unites Pet Owners in Flea, Tick Fight

Hartz Unites Pet Owners in Flea, Tick Fight

No F&T focuses on the importance of year-round flea and tick protection.

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Tammy Beckham Hired as K-State Veterinary Dean

Tammy Beckham Hired as K-State Veterinary Dean

Kansas State’s 12th veterinary college dean currently directs the Institute for Infectious Animal Diseases at Texas A&M.

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Changes Inject New Life Into VetStem

Changes Inject New Life Into VetStem

A new name and R&D director keep VetStem on a biopharmaceutical path.

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Criminal Charge Possible in Texas Cat Killing

Criminal Charge Possible in Texas Cat Killing

A misdemeanor or felony could be filed against Dr. Kristen Lindsey under a state animal cruelty law.

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5 More Vet School Pet Study Buddies

5 More Vet School Pet Study Buddies

These pets are ready to help you learn.

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UGA Vet College Selects Equine Surgeon to Head CE Program

UGA Vet College Selects Equine Surgeon to Head CE Program

Dr. P. O. Eric Mueller will head the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine’s Continuing Education program.

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CSU Condemns Alumna’s Alleged Cat Killing

CSU Condemns Alumna’s Alleged Cat Killing

Colorado State, AVMA and the Texas VMA weigh in on the case involving disgraced veterinarian Kristen Lindsey.

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FDA Warns of Pet Exposure to Human Anti-inflammatory

FDA Warns of Pet Exposure to Human Anti-inflammatory

Three cats died after possibly coming in contact with the NSAID flurbiprofen.

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Vet Fired After Bragging of Killing Cat

Vet Fired After Bragging of Killing Cat

‘My first bow kill’ was how Dr. Kristen Lindsey allegedly described a cat’s death.

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Henry Schein Unleashes Puppy Gift Boxes

Henry Schein Unleashes Puppy Gift Boxes

Volunteers with Canine Companions for Independence can get free dog products from their veterinarian.

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Free & Fair Competition?

Free & Fair Competition?

Prohibiting non-vet practice ownership results in less financial flexibility, less innovation and less upward mobility for our key players.

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What's New in Equine Endometritis, Placentitis and Cloning

What's New in Equine Endometritis, Placentitis and Cloning

Issues in equine reproduction today may be as numerous as the potential advancements tomorrow.

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U.K. Vet Techs Ready for 2016 Microchip Law

U.K. Vet Techs Ready for 2016 Microchip Law

Veterinary technicians in England and likely in Wales and Scotland are deemed adequately prepared to implant microchips in dogs.

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Ruby Perry Promoted to Tuskegee Dean

Ruby Perry Promoted to Tuskegee Dean

Ruby Perry and former classmates Willie Reed and Phillip Nelson run three of the nation’s veterinary schools.

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NexGard Approved to Fight Brown Dog Ticks

NexGard Approved to Fight Brown Dog Ticks

Monthly preventive NexGard is indicated to kill four tick species as well as fleas.

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Is Your Bookshelf Bare? Enter Our A Veterinary Book for Every Clinic Sweepstakes

Is Your Bookshelf Bare? Enter Our A Veterinary Book for Every Clinic Sweepstakes

Enter to win a copy of "Pain Management for Veterinary Technicians and Nurses," courtesy of Wiley Blackwell.

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Why You Should Add Guinea Pigs to Your Practice

Guinea pigs aren’t hard animals to treat, but veterinarians interested in doing so should keep in mind a few basics.

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My Top 10 Regrets After 20 Years In Practice

What's your biggest regret?

Comments

Survey: Clients Want to Know About Parasites

A survey from Companion Animal Parasite Council and Bayer Animal Health shows that pet owners are more willing to schedule an appointment to get their pets tested if their veterinarians tell them about heightened parasite risks.

Comments

Penn Vet Names Recipients of New Scholarship

The Commonwealth One Health Scholarship will fund Penn Vet students for training that will benefit Pennsylvania agriculture.

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Why Ticks Are Looming Large for Dogs and Cats

The spread of parasites won't be slowing this year.

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