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FDA updates on potential connection between certain diets and canine DCM
FDA updates on potential connection between certain diets and canine DCM
The agency is continuing its investigation into certain diets and a heightened risk of canine dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM), and for the first time, has named the brands most frequently linked to the condition in its case reports.
Cannabis poisoning calls up whopping 765 percent
Cannabis poisoning calls up whopping 765 percent
An alarming spike in marijuana poisonings has spurred the American Veterinary Medical Association to remind veterinarians to warn their clients of the potential dangers associated with animal consumption of cannabis. Edible products are of particular concern, given their highly concentrated levels of THC.
Flea and tick control explored in free e-book
Flea and tick control explored in free e-book
“Best Practices for Flea & Tick Control” is a three-part e-book that delves into the rising threat of fleas and ticks. This free resource stresses the need for year-round prevention and explores the increase in instances of Lyme disease in canines.
Veterinarian pushes for “four-eyes” system in clinics
Veterinarian pushes for “four-eyes” system in clinics
Andy Roark, DVM, MS, says veterinary clinics should adopt a “four-eyes” system, whereby controlled drugs can only be accessed when two staff members are present, a tactic limiting access to medications that are commonly used in suicide attempts.
IDEXX CEO on medical leave after cycling accident
IDEXX CEO on medical leave after cycling accident
Jonathan Ayers, president, CEO, and chair of IDEXX Laboratories, has taken a leave of absence following a serious bicycling accident on June 27. The company’s executive vice president, Jay Mazelsky, will serve in an interim role.
Enter Veterinary Practice News’ 2019 They Ate What?! X-ray Contest
Enter Veterinary Practice News’ 2019 They Ate What?! X-ray Contest
Pets eat the darndest things, so much so, we are still amazed at what veterinarians find on their X-rays, even after all these years of running our They Ate What?!
X-ray contest. Share your most outrageous
X-rays with Veterinary Practice News and the veterinary community.
 
 
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