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What a brave tennis star can teach a stressed-out veterinarian
What a brave tennis star can teach a stressed-out veterinarian
Naomi Osaka opting to take a mental health break might be an inspiration for veterinary professionals.
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Can animals in heat be spayed?
 
Can animals in heat be spayed?
In decades past, spaying animals in heat was a somewhat controversial procedure within the veterinary community. However, attitudes have changed greatly in recent years, to the point where ovariohysterectomy during estrus is now relatively commonplace—though it does require a steady surgical hand, experts observe.
Veterinary efforts support antimicrobial stewardship
 
Veterinary efforts support antimicrobial stewardship
A U of G study reveals veterinarians are prescribing shorter courses of antibiotics for dogs with UTIs.
Diagnostic tests: the good, the bad, and the ugly
 
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Diagnostic tests: the good, the bad, and the ugly
Quality testing is more than whether or not you’re feeling lucky.
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