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dvm360 Leadership Challenge: Go Your Own Way

Mar 13, 2017

What's your hustle, people? Do you need to pay student debt? Do you need a return on your practice—the biggest one possible? Are you worried about the legacy of your practice—and need an associate? Are you petered out in a team member career and want to own? Do you hate corporations? Do you need corporate benefits? ...

Breaking news

Old School, New School: Beach island or treatment area island?

Jun 29, 2017

For young associate Dr. Greenskin, the biggest choice of her life in buying the practice from old Dr. Codger feels like a question of time: Time for family and personal life … or time traded for money and career fulfillment. Which will she choose?

Death and the road to 'One Health'

Jun 29, 2017

Over and over again, we veterinarians hear it from our clients: Our pets die better than we do. In many cases, they’re right.

Party foul: When loose lips cross the line

Jun 28, 2017

When a veterinary clinic employee has too much to drink, is an apology enough to rectify the situation?

Tick-borne Powassan virus on the rise in humans

Jun 28, 2017

Powassan doesn't affect pets (at least that we know of yet), but the rest of us need to remain vigilant about ticks for our own sake, says CVC educator Dr. Richard Gerhold.

Client handout: Help kids say goodbye to their pets

Jun 27, 2017

Age-appropriate ways of talking about veterinary euthanasia and honoring the life of a dear departing pet.

Medical news

Tick-borne Powassan virus on the rise in humans

dvm360.com - Jun 28, 2017

Powassan doesn't affect pets (at least that we know of yet), but the rest of us need to remain vigilant about ticks for our own sake, says CVC educator Dr. Richard Gerhold.

Veterinary neurology alert: Bromethalin toxicosis on the rise in pets

DVM360 MAGAZINE - Jun 13, 2017

EPA shift away from anticoagulant rodenticides means increased exposure to neurotoxin with no known antidote.

Canine influenza strikes the Southeast: Another outbreak?

DVM360 MAGAZINE - Jun 13, 2017

Veterinarians and pet owners should monitor patients for signs of respiratory disease, isolate affected animals at least 21 days.

Whisker fatigue: Did pet bowl companies invent a feline malady?

DVM360 MAGAZINE - Jun 12, 2017

The New York Times says whisker fatigue is plaguing cats. The solution? Why just a $40 feeding dish.

UC Davis veterinary technician creates equine CT table

DVM360 MAGAZINE - Jun 06, 2017

No crane needed here; this team looked instead to an innovative carbon fiber design.

Market trends

Whisker fatigue: Did pet bowl companies invent a feline malady?

DVM360 MAGAZINE - Jun 12, 2017

The New York Times says whisker fatigue is plaguing cats. The solution? Why just a $40 feeding dish.

The veterinary debt-to-income ratio: Good news, but also a warning

DVM360 MAGAZINE - Jun 06, 2017

A robust economy has helped this financial indicator trend in a positive direction. But for the health of the profession, more needs to happen.

Veterinarians: Will you continue to own your profession?

DVM360 MAGAZINE - May 26, 2017

Unless veterinarians develop a financial focus, they may lose their position of influence in veterinary medicine.

Shouting into the void: How voice search is changing the way pet owners find veterinarians

DVM360 MAGAZINE - May 24, 2017

Dr. Google is so last-decade—these days clients are taking their pet-related queries to Siri, Alexa and other voice technology assistants.

The changing pet owner: 5 trends driving change in veterinary practice

DVM360 MAGAZINE - May 20, 2017

Being aware of demographic shifts—and adapting your strategies accordingly—can help you find success for your practice and better health for more pets.