The million-dollar question about the current H3N2 outbreak is whether it will worsen or fizzle out—and how many dogs will be affected.
The annual They Ate WHAT? contest yielded lots more interesting entries that didn't make the magazine.
Animals will eat just about anything. The proof is in the radiographs.
How can a scientifically trained profession keep ignoring the facts of too many graduates chasing too few jobs with an ever increasing debt burden?
Faithful Friends Animal Society opens a new low-cost veterinary clinic.
Paula Gibson, a veterinarian originally from Alaska, volunteered her services in the annual Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race.
Veterinarian technician reveals dog cruelty to clients who thought dog was euthanized. The Camp Bowie Animal Clinic in Forth Worth is under investigation.
The Winn Feline Foundation awarded $127,411 in grants for projects aimed at improving feline health.
Dr. Gehardt G. Shurig discusses his life, career, and path towards becoming dean of Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine.
The career and life biography of Dr. Douglas Freeman.
Everyone has learned that “What goes up must come down.”
While microchipping is a good way to find a lost pet, the legal aspects of ownership are still being decided.
AAHA’s canine vaccine guidelines remain the most comprehensive guide available.
Veterinary researchers continue to develop improved ways to heal hideously mutilated horse flesh.
A good place to start is deciding which exotic species to add.
things that can change in the veterinary community for the new year.
Many pets get the wrong treatment because a mass is assumed to be cancerous.
PTSD is not a fully recognized veterinary behavioral phenomenon.
See why quality control and assurance need improvement.