October 1, 2022Managing dogs with adverse food reactions can be a puzzle for veterinarians and a wait-and-see game for clients.
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May 25, 2022Frequent itching in dogs is one of the most common dermatological issues seen by veterinarians. Left untreated, it can be distressing to pets and owners alike, and potentially lead to more serious health issues.
April 29, 2022What do wound healing, medications for ED, biofilm quorum sensing, fruit ripening, and the 1998 Nobel Prize for Physiology and Medicine have in common? Nitric oxide.
Clinical validation of OncoK9®, a blood-based multi-cancer early detection ‘liquid biopsy’ test for dogs
April 28, 2022Cancer is the leading cause of death in dogs, yet there are no established screening paradigms for early detection.
April 28, 2022One of the most common questions we are asked as veterinarians is, “How much should I feed?”
March 1, 2022NGS-based liquid biopsy testing using a routine blood sample is poised to change the way we detect, characterize, and monitor cancer in dogs.
July 19, 2021As a veterinarian, you feel every emotional ripple of heartworm disease. The pain and suffering of your canine patient. The anguish and concern of your client. And of course, the responsibility and emotional drain as you treat the disease.
June 3, 2021As veterinarians and business owners, we are all looking for ways to stay competitive, add value, and work more efficiently.
April 1, 2020According to the North American Pet Health Insurance Association (NAPHIA), the combined gross premium of the pet health insurance sector in the U.S. and Canada rose 24 percent from $1.15 billion in 2017 to $1.42 billion by the end of 2018.
March 2, 2020Veterinarians routinely see traumatic injuries, but nothing prepared them for what is happening in Australia. Devastation from the fires has shattered all previous records.