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Early neutering can increase risk of joint disorders in some dogs
Early neutering can increase risk of joint disorders in some dogs
Mixed-breed canines weighing more than 44 lbs. as adults are more likely to develop hip dysplasia and cranial cruciate ligament tears if altered before the age of one, according to researchers at UC Davis.
Is it time to rethink standard spay/neuter practices?
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Kiss social distancing goodbye
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Have you been looking to streamline inefficiencies around the clinic? Been putting it off for a rainy day? Despite the uncertainty, this is a time of great opportunity for veterinary practices.
DVMs essential to future of biomedical research
DVMs essential to future of biomedical research
A new $1.4-million postgraduate training grant aims to utilize the unique skills of veterinarians within the context of One Health to help tackle emerging health challenges, such as infectious and chronic diseases.
Separation anxiety: Treating dogs in the wake of COVID-19
Separation anxiety: Treating dogs in the wake of COVID-19
As many pets are left home alone for the first time in months, it might be best to check in with your dog-owning clients and to see if their pooch might be exhibiting behaviors related to heightened stress or anxiety.
Reality bites: Tips for tackling conflict resolution in your practice
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Reality bites: Tips for tackling conflict resolution in your practice
Disputes between coworkers exist in every business environment, but in a veterinary clinic, there are often decisions being made with lives on the line.
Hookworm incidents reinforce year-long need for protection
Hookworm incidents reinforce year-long need for protection
Municipalities in Georgia, South Dakota, California, and Delaware landed on the Companion Animal Parasite Council’s (CAPC’s) July Top 10 Cities Hookworm Report.
Funding helps veterinarians impacted by pandemic shortages
Funding helps veterinarians impacted by pandemic shortages
Animal health professionals experiencing financial hardship may qualify for a $500 grant, thanks to the American Veterinary Medical Foundation’s (AVMF’s) COVID-19 Disaster Relief program.
 
 
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