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What Veterinary Practice News readers loved in 2017

Find out what top 10 stories mattered the most this year

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Another new year is upon us, but before we embrace 2018 and all it might have to offer veterinary professionals and the industry, let’s recap Veterinary Practice News’  10 most-read features of 2017.

1. Canine influenza virus 2017: Beyond two show dogs

2. 10 secrets to keep your veterinary nurses happy

3. University of Minnesota develops cancer drug that helps dogs with hemangiosarcoma

4. Study: Cats eating dry food have increased risk for developing Type 2 diabetes

5. Zoetis earns license for Cytopoint skin therapy

6. Raising greyhound health awareness

7. American Association of Feline Practitioners revises declawing position

8. The 7 top challenges facing veterinary medicine in 2017

9. Petco officially enters the veterinary hospital ring with Thrive

10. The strangest things vet techs have heard clients say

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