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AABP
Do you speak barnyard?
Good veterinarians talk to animals. Great veterinarians hear them talk back.
Heska enters into agreement with Elanco
Elanco gains assets used for the production of bovine and feline vaccines.
U.S. risk classification for BSE to be improved to 'negligible'
New status expected to be adopted at animal health assembly in May.
Anthrax confirmed in death of Colorado cattle
Affected animals quarantined; people exposed to infection being monitored, treated.
New Mexico veterinary official says vesicular stomatitis outbreak is 'significant'
Regulation on livestock movement in effect until state is declared free of VS.
Cyanide-producing grass kills cattle in Texas
A genetically modified form of Bermuda grass known as Tifton 85 seems to be the cause of death for a herd of Corriente cattle in central Texas.
Report: Rural vet shortage exaggerated
AABP says there is no shortage of veterinarians in most areas of rural food-supply.
AVMA 2010: Veterinarians call for 'seat at the table' when it comes to federal antibiotic use policies in animals
Atlanta?Veterinarians should be involved in the 'decision-making process' when it comes to the use of antibiotics in animals.
Data doesn't support total antimicrobial 'phase out' in cattle, veterinary groups say
Rockville, Md. -- Data should drive the Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) regulatory proposal on appropriate antimicrobial uses in food animals, according to recently released statement from two prominent veterinary organizations.
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AAEP
Scott Palmer appointed as New York's first equine veterinary medical director
Position created to ensure ethical standards and safety in state?s horse racing industry.
QUIZ: How much do you know about the American West's wild horse population?
A recent evaluation by a National Research Council committee sheds light on the National Wild Horses and Burros Program.
Two protozoal parasites causing widespread equine disease, study finds
UC-Davis says Neospora hughesi, first identified in California, causing EPM in horses across the country along with Sarcocystis neurona.
Tennessee walking horse group finally accepts federal soring protocol
S.H.O.W horse industry organization carries out inspections in conjunction with USDA veterinary medical officers during National Celebration event.
AVMA/USDA inspection video shows apparent footage of horse soring violations
USDA video released to AVMA was posted, but retracted at the USDA's request.
Do you speak barnyard?
Good veterinarians talk to animals. Great veterinarians hear them talk back.
Opponents of equine slaughter take fight to court and Congress
Federal judge issues temporary restraining order suspending commencement of horse slaughter operations in the U.S.
Immune system development in foals
In Part 1 of this series, an equine veterinary research team explains two key immune factors—transfer of proinflammatory cytokines to the foal and the foal's ability to respond to antigens.
Fatal Oklahoma tornado claims countless animal lives
Veterinary response engages amidst chaos of destruction.
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AAHA
Three women elected to head restructured AAHA Board of Directors
AAHA members voted in 2013 to reduced the board from 14 to eight positions for 2014.
Ohio, Arizona veterinary hospitals win AAHA Practice of the Year honors
Prescott Animal Hospital, MedVet Medical and Cancer Centers for Pets named top accredited practices.
Partners for Healthy Pets announces growing membership
More than 3,500 veterinary practices have also joined PHP consumer campaign.
Revisions to euthanasia, veterinary dental guidelines released
AVMA, AAHA issue updates to practice resources for veterinarians.
AAHA says veterinary hospitals can grow revenue despite economy
Data suggests focusing on clients and preventive care could bring profession an additional $350 million.
Partnership for Preventive Pet Healthcare to unveil new data tools for veterinary practices
Orlando -- About 59 percent of veterinary professionals responding to a recent survey recognize the economic and health problems associated with the decline in veterinary visits.
AAHA releases new anesthesia guidelines
AAHA offers new guidelines for anesthesizing dogs and cats.
AAHA acquires My Veterinary Career
Lakewood, Colo. -- The American Animal Hospital Assocation (AAHA) has acquired the assets of My Veterinary Career (MVC) in an effort to lower a reported 30 percent rate of turnover in the veterinary profession.
Veterinary groups form broad coalition to jumpstart visits to veterinarians
The number of veterinary visits is falling, and a new partnership of veterinary associations and animal-health companies aims to reverse the trend.
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AVMA
Veterinary Mobility Act seems to have clear path to President's desk
H.R. 1528 passed out of committee and is anticipated to go before the U.S. House as soon as this week.
Bill backed by walking horse group introduced to counter anti-soring legislation
AVMA cites bipartisan support for PAST Act, says new bill just a diversion.
Veterinary Medicine Mobility Act takes another step
House bill advances to committee shortly after Senate version passes.
It's back: New Fairness to Pet Owners Act introduced in U.S. House
Bill says mandatory veterinary prescription writing will lower cost of pet ownership, encourage competition.
Manufacturers confident in revamped chicken jerky products
Milo's Kitchen exits China while Purina remains to produce Chicken Jerky Tenders.
Blog: Policy future looks bright with new generation of veterinary students
Boots on the ground makes a big difference in Congress.
Overdue farm bill finally becomes law
Obama signs legislation into law at Michigan State College of Veterinary Medicine.
American Academy of Veterinary Acupuncture admitted to AVMA House of Delegates
900-member association represents growing practice area, officials say.
Veterinary Medicine Mobility Act passes Senate
Practitioners no longer DEA targets if bill becomes law.
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DVM Newsmakers
Video: Interview with the Animal Medical Center's Kathryn Coyne
The Animal Medical Center turned 100, and its new CEO Kathryn Coyne talks about its future.
DVM Newsmakers: Entering a new era
New York, N.Y. — Flanked by a cadre of veterinarians, support staff, a Maltese, German Shepherd and others, the new CEO of the Animal Medical Center (AMC) gathered her new team to ring the bell.
Inside politics
An interview with U.S. Congressman Kurt Schrader, DVM.
Exploring cost of education, generational differences
Read more from the DVM Newsmakers Summit.
DVM Newsmakers: The battle for public support
Schaumburg, Ill. — Animal welfare ranks as one to the top strategic initiatives for AVMA, for good reason.
DVM Newsmakers Summit: Understanding consumers
When it comes to veterinary care, are consumer attitudes changing?
DVM Newsmakers' Summit: Consumer expectations, standards of care are changing, panelists say
Editor's Note: Understanding consumer behavior can help you as a clinician and business manager. DVM Newsmagazine asked five veterinary market leaders to join this year's DVM Newsmakers' Summit at CVC East in Baltimore. Following is the second of three excerpts from the panel discussion; the final one will be published next month.
DVM Newsmakers' Summit: Exploring the consumer psyche
DVM Newsmagazine asked five market leaders to talk about consumer attitudes.
In the public eye
Rockville, Md. — She wants to build collaborations, share ideas in a transparent system with one over-arching ethos: ensure public health.
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Diagnostic procedures
Say goodbye to dental
Why you and your team need to adopt a new term—COHAT—to encompass all the facets of regular dental care.
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Flash
12 secrets to Mayo Clinic's success that may help your veterinary practice
Just like this institution, your veterinary practice can be a well-oiled machine.
World Vets, Innovacyn team up to help donkeys in Tanzania
Eight volunteers hope to provide veterinary care to 1,000 animals on weeklong trip
Bulldog statue snatched from clinic vehicle
New Hampshire veterinary practice searches for its missing 'Marilyn.'
Corrected table for September DVM canine epilepsy article
Antiepileptic drug dosages have now been corrected.
Veterinarians: Be choosy about choosing
Too many options from a veterinarian can be confusing – streamline your clients' and eliminate their frustration.
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Food Animal Business
Agriculture Secretary Vilsack orders federal response to PEDv
Federal assistance comes after political pressure and continued spread of deadly virus despite massive veterinary response.
Senators want disaster assistance for losses as veterinarians try to quell PEDv
Yet to be seen if a vaccine will be the answer against disease that's killed millions of pigs.
AVMA watches new year's resolutions
The organization?s legislative agenda lists bills that may affect its members in a variety of ways.
FDA's final antimicrobial regulation proposal provides veterinarians more flexibility
Most antimicrobial drugs will no longer be over-the-counter; pharmaceuticals companies have three years to comply.
Finding success in mixed animal practice
Veterinarians with a heart for small-town life find big opportunities with mixed animal practice.
Blizzard leaves thousands of cattle dead across western South Dakota
Producers, veterinarians work through staggering herd loss and animal stress.
AVMA calls on Congress, veterinary caucus, to stop 'bickering' and end shutdown
Association says animal welfare, food safety and research hang in the balance.
Zoetis commits to fight PEDv
Zoetis affirms its commitment to finding a solution to help control the recent outbreak of porcine epidemic diarrhea virus (PEDv).
A new rapid diagnostic test is developed for U.S. Porcine epidemic diarrhea virus
The University of Minnesota Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory began accepting test samples mere months after the PEDV outbreak began.
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Food Animal News
Agriculture Secretary Vilsack orders federal response to PEDv
Federal assistance comes after political pressure and continued spread of deadly virus despite massive veterinary response.
Veterinary Mobility Act seems to have clear path to President's desk
H.R. 1528 passed out of committee and is anticipated to go before the U.S. House as soon as this week.
Senators want disaster assistance for losses as veterinarians try to quell PEDv
Yet to be seen if a vaccine will be the answer against disease that's killed millions of pigs.
Farm girl, farm bill: Veterinary student works on landmark legislation
Michigan State large animal student Chelsea Render temporarily trades halls of academia for halls of Congress.
Blog: Egg production, pet owner 'fairness' and state freedoms
Two bills affecting veterinarians may have tanked because of their redundancy.
Overdue farm bill finally becomes law
Obama signs legislation into law at Michigan State College of Veterinary Medicine.
Veterinary Medicine Mobility Act passes Senate
Practitioners no longer DEA targets if bill becomes law.
AVMA watches new year's resolutions
The organization?s legislative agenda lists bills that may affect its members in a variety of ways.
FDA's final antimicrobial regulation proposal provides veterinarians more flexibility
Most antimicrobial drugs will no longer be over-the-counter; pharmaceuticals companies have three years to comply.
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Internal medicine
Porcine epidemic diarrhea virus continues to spread across U.S.
Mortality rate in suckling pigs as high as 100 percent creates potential impact on pork supply.
Veterinary expert digs into drug allergies in pets
Researcher at University of Illinois focuses on nature and occurrence of allergic events, aims to increase awareness, training in veterinary schools.
Lone star tick continues to expand territory to the north, east
Carrier of infectious agents known to be aggressive biter, threat to pets and people.
Do concurrent diseases affect pancreatitis testing?
A look at research into this important question that can impact your diagnostic approach.
Banfield: Pets live longest in Montana, shortest in Mississippi
State of Pet Health Report indicates sterilization plays key role in pet longevity.
Serving the dogs who serve
Golden retrievers receive extensive training and veterinary care.
New rodenticide without antidote alarms pet toxicology experts
2008 EPA regulations may have unintended but dangerous consequences.
Vaccine-associated sarcomas in cats
Expert advice on surgical excision.
A safer way to place chest tubes
This technique involving a little soft tissue dissection reduces the chance of iatrogenic damage during placement.
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Law and Ethics
Watchdog group recommends Blue Buffalo modify claims
Consumers are encouraged to go to their veterinarians with questions regarding their pets' nutrition.
KS Board of Veterinary Examiners merged into state's department of ag
State legislators believe move will create greater efficiency within the animal health industry.
South Dakota passes law to make animal cruelty a felony
S.D. was the last of the 50 states to adopt such legislation.
Veterinary Mobility Act seems to have clear path to President's desk
H.R. 1528 passed out of committee and is anticipated to go before the U.S. House as soon as this week.
Arizona animal massage therapists sue state veterinary board
Therapists challenge state law requiring a veterinary license to practice massage on pets.
Bill backed by walking horse group introduced to counter anti-soring legislation
AVMA cites bipartisan support for PAST Act, says new bill just a diversion.
'Internet Vet' wins first round against Texas veterinary board
Judge rules Dr. Ron Hines' online veterinary advice subject to First Amendment interpretation.
Farm girl, farm bill: Veterinary student works on landmark legislation
Michigan State large animal student Chelsea Render temporarily trades halls of academia for halls of Congress.
Veterinary Medicine Mobility Act takes another step
House bill advances to committee shortly after Senate version passes.
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Market trends
Cat care in crisis: A dvm360 Leadership Challenge
As the most popular pet in North America, cats represent a tremendous opportunity for the veterinary profession. So why aren't more cats getting adequate care? This unprecedented package from the dvm360 portfolio takes a look at the reasons--and what you can do about it. (With an educational grant provided by Zoetis)
An ailing veterinary profession: Six diagnostic indicators
The poor financial health of veterinarians is more evidence that the profession must act on permanent and lasting change to save itself from itself.
An ailing veterinary profession: Your complete resource
This groundbreaking package from the dvm360 team shares new data about veterinarians' finances and strategies and solutions that will make you feel more in control of your future.
Blog: Texas, Minn., N. Carolina 'get' the human-animal bond
Innovative programs pair people and animals for boosted health and well-being.
SLIDESHOW: Success in mixed animal practice
Veterinarians with a heart for small-town life find big opportunities with mixed-animal practice.
Finding success in mixed animal practice
Veterinarians with a heart for small-town life find big opportunities with mixed animal practice.
Blog: Breed ban balloon is starting to deflate
Legislation catching up with veterinarians' professional judgment.
Getting to the root of anesthesia-free veterinary dental care
More veterinarians are sanctioning cleanings without anesthesia. Here's what you need to know.
Non-anesthetic veterinary dentistry pays: But at what cost?
What happens when patients that have had non-anesthetic cleanings develop a problem?
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Marketing
Why cats rule the Internet
Explore the varied reasons cats are so popular online and how you can use it to better your veterinary practice.
C is for cost: Cat care in crisis
Get past clients' bias against spending money on veterinary services for cats with the dvm360 Leadership Challenge.
Leaders in the veterinary profession go toe to toe over supply and demand
Debate at Banfield pet health summit sparks discussions over how to steer veterinary profession.
Play offense in the pharmaceutical marketplace
Consultant Fritz Wood explains how and why it’s essential to the health of veterinary practices.
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Medical news
Do dogs appease each other—or us? Veterinary research focuses on watching and labeling canine interactions
Careful observation can provide veterinarians and owners clues about how a dog may react in specific situations.
Golden retriever study confronts heartbreak of cancer with unparalleled veterinary research effort
Recognizing a large hole in this area of veterinary medical knowledge, Morris Animal Foundation has pioneered the largest study of its kind—and given hope to veterinarians and pet owners alike.
Pets and Vets: Veterinarians at San Diego Zoo Safari Park perform C-section on gorilla
Veterinary staff is monitoring recovery of Imani, 18-year-old gorilla mother, after rare procedure.
Kansas State veterinary school develops tests to identify circovirus in dogs
Veterinary researchers still uncertain about severity of the disease, its involvement in the deaths of several dogs.
Heartworm disease in cats: a video update
Veterinary parasitologists, practitioners discuss the latest on diagnostics, differentials and incidence rates.
Ticks, other parasites encroaching on new territories, CAPC says
Year-round prevention continues to be strong recommendation.
Veterinarians find therapy rich in possibilities
Platelet-rich plasma therapy is being increasingly used in veterinary medicine for canine orthopedic and sports medicine applications, but numerous questions remain regarding this promising treatment.
Heartworm's little friend: How eliminating Wolbachia affects treatment outcomes
Parasite seems dependent on this bacteria for survival, reproduction.
The latest on laminitis: What veterinarians have learned and what lies ahead
Prevention and veterinary treatment strategies were highlighted at the recent International Conference on Laminitis and Diseases of the Foot.
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Most Popular
Pa. DVM pioneers stem cell treatment on neglect case
When police found him, Bernie had severe, third-degree burns on all four feet, and on his back and belly.
The Affordable Care Act: What does it mean for veterinarians?
Dr. Marsha Heinke breaks down what you need to know about this massive piece of legislation--as a veterinarian, as a business owner and as a consumer of healthcare services yourself.
Take time to count your patients' teeth
Missing or extra teeth must be caught early to prevent more serious dental problems down the line.
Oklahoma OKs horse slaughter for human consumption
Federal legislation would prohibit domestic slaughter and export of live horses.
Recessed vulva: An overlooked cause of chronic UTI in dogs
Why you should consider this anatomic anomaly in female dogs with recurrent urinary tract infections—and how you can fix it.
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News Briefs
Bayer to release next generation of flea and tick control products
Shawnee Mission, Kan.? Bayer Animal Health readies for a March release of Advantage® II for cats and dogs, and K9 Advantix® II for dogs.
Abaxis to enter veterinary reference lab market
Union City, Calif.-- Abaxis, Inc. is entering the veterinary reference laboratory market after inking a deal with Kansas State University (KSU).
Heartworm resistance: CAPC, AHS issue new guidelines
Lack of efficacy to heartworm preventives remain geographically limited.
Pet insurance bill vetoed in California
Proposed California legislation to regulate pet insurance just isn't necessary, says California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Most cats will tolerate collars, veterinary researchers report
Columbus, Ohio -- Almost three out of four cats will tolerate collars, according to multi-institutional veterinary study.
AKC, Pfizer ink deal to fund veterinary research, develop medicines
New York -- Pfizer Animal Health just become the exclusive "biopharmaceutical partner" with the American Kennel Club's Canine Health Foundation.
Banfield, P2V join forces to help veterans, emergency personnel
Portland, Ore. -- The non-profit P2V joined forces with Banfield, The Pet Hospital to provide veterinary care to adopted pets placed with military service members, veterans and emergency first responders.
CVC Kansas City: Drug use, monitoring remains key legal issues for veterinarians, expert says
Kansas City -- Of all the regulatory issues veterinarians face, the use and storage of controlled substances can be the most contentious.
CVC Kansas City kicks off today; draws veterinarians from around the world
Kansas City -- The party began at CVC Kansas City today. And according to conference organizers, pre-registration attendance has been strong.
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Orthopedics
How veterinary medicine can save the world, Part 1: Curing disease
In the next few issues of dvm360, we're taking a close look at how veterinary medicine benefits people, not just animals. In this first installment, we meet a 'translational' (cross-species) researcher who's in the process of revolutionizing orthopedic medicine—for people and pets.
Developmental orthopedic disease in large-breed puppies
Rapid growth can rapidly lead to skeletal abnormalities. Here's how a careful look at a pup's nutrition can help.
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Pediatric/Geriatric Protocol
Fluid therapy: Finding the best options for perfusion, oxygen supply
Could you review fluid therapy in dogs and cats?
You can help beat pet obesity
But you'll need the owners in your corner.
New anticonvulsant drugs show promise in dogs, cats
Q: Please review management of refractory seizure activity in dogs and cats.
New anticonvulsant drugs show promise in dogs, cats
Dr. C.W. Dewey gave an excellent lecture at the 2007 American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine Forum on ?Recent and Upcoming Developments with the New Anticonvulsant Drugs.?
Treatment of canine sepsis: First identify, eradicate the cause
Please review management of sepsis in dogs.
Infectious hemoylytic anemias: Look for an underlying cause
Canine rickettsial infections are important causes of morbidity and mortality worldwide.
IMHA treatment's first goal to improve oxygen delivery to cells
The fourth goal of therapy is to prevent serious side effects of immune-mediated hemolytic anemia.
Pharmacologic studies help DVMs dispel commonly held myths
There are no efficacy studies yet available to indicate the value of tramadol for treating pain in animals.
Feline urolithiasis
Could you review trends in feline urolithiasis in cats?
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Practice Management
C is for cost: Cat care in crisis
Get past clients' bias against spending money on veterinary services for cats with the dvm360 Leadership Challenge.
AAHA, Colo. State launch revamped Veterinary Management Institute
Move to CSU comes after longtime partner Purdue decides not to renew VMI contract.
SLIDESHOW: Success in mixed animal practice
Veterinarians with a heart for small-town life find big opportunities with mixed-animal practice.
Finding success in mixed animal practice
Veterinarians with a heart for small-town life find big opportunities with mixed animal practice.
Fla. veterinary students learn practice management skills through new externship
Program considered 'essential' to students hoping to own a veterinary practice.
Continued delays for veterinarians in GHLIT health insurance exchange enrollment
Veterinary members will have to wait until Oct. 1 for 2014 policies.
Why veterinarians stick with disastrous decisions
We practitioners have a terrible time admitting we've made a mistake. We need to get over it.
Leaders in the veterinary profession go toe to toe over supply and demand
Debate at Banfield pet health summit sparks discussions over how to steer veterinary profession.
Ways to protect your practice if you outsource payroll
Internal controls provide a system of checks and balances.
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Practice News
Veterinarians employ different approaches to care for the country cat and the city cat
The obstacles to regular veterinary care are often the same for the scruffy barn cat as the pampered high-rise feline. The solution may be to use different tactics to get culturally different cat owners to comply.
Ohio State poised to launch $30 mil. expansion of VMC
Dean looks to break ground on 'desperately' needed facility by year's end.
Pets and Vets: Grizzly with broken elbows treated at CSU veterinary hospital
Rescued bear had been kept at roadside attraction in Georgia where it sustained bilateral injuries, veterinarians say.
Ohio, Arizona veterinary hospitals win AAHA Practice of the Year honors
Prescott Animal Hospital, MedVet Medical and Cancer Centers for Pets named top accredited practices.
Outrage over ownership dispute, veterinarian's death plays out on Internet
New York veterinarian Dr. Shirley Koshi dies from apparent suicide; many blame negative campaign against her.
Better Together: A veterinary specialty collaboration
A unique business structure allows these veterinarians to provide great care while keeping their autonomy as doctors.
National Veterinary Associates said to be exploring potential sale
Veterinary group of 225 hospitals estimated to be worth close to $700 million.
Video: Take on more debt? Are you crazy?
How buying a veterinary practice can be a path out of student debt.
Journalist speaks out about recent 20/20 segment on veterinary upcharging
Steve Dale argues ABC doesn't answer all necessary questions in recent show criticizing veterinarians.
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State Board Series
A map of consumer complaints filed with state agencies
Data compiled by DVM Newsmagazine editors
Editor's blog: A second salvo on state boards
I am absolutely convinced that veterinarians will be faced with more intrusive government rules and regulations than ever before. I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but it's going to get worse.
The cross hairs of complaints
Sacramento, Calif. — Invite Dr. Wade Himes to shed light on the inner-workings of state regulatory agencies and he pauses, then laughs and asks, "Do you want me to lose my license?"
Exclusive DVM Survey: Client demand fuels spike in complaints to state boards
National Report — When a medical case goes bad, consumers are more likely to complain to state boards than in years past, veterinarians report.
Defending a state-board action has far-reaching costs
Are you facing a state-board inquiry? Think you can handle it alone?
Here come the reporters: What are you going to say?
It started as a payment issue — something common and relatively minor — but by the time it ended the board-certified veterinary surgeon felt so much heat from the media he closed his practice and left town.
Is your communication readiness at DEFCON 1?
In calming an irate client, remember your tone and goal. Keep your tone normal when talking to the client and your body relaxed. Always remember that your goal should be to listen to their needs and try to meet them when appropriate.
Communicate first, discipline second
As various associations adopt guidelines or standards of care for the practice of veterinary medicine, a concern exists that they will be interpreted as current standards of practice by state regulatory boards and the attorneys general who represent them before they have been accepted by the masses.
Ultimate authority
Boston — It's a surprise when Alan Van Tassel comes to visit. He drops by unannounced during business hours, makes a quick introduction and starts poring over a seven-point inspection checklist.
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Surgery
Tail vaccination may lead to better cancer treatment in cats
Dr. Julie Levy says one to 10 cats of every 10,000 develop cancer at vaccine injection site; new protocol is well--tolerated and effective.
Michigan veterinarian believes canine mystery illness is zoonotic
Dr. Lindsay Ruland's clients, staff--even her children--experience symptoms she says seem related to canine condition reported in Ohio and Michigan.
Transdermal solution launched to provide dogs four days of post-operative pain control
Recuvyra's sustained fentanyl pain-relief in a topical application form has requirements.
AAHA mandates dental anesthesia, intubation for accredited veterinary hospitals
New standard applies to all dental procedures, including cleaning.
Pets and Vets: Veterinary and human doctor partner to treat burned horse
Skin graft techniques used in human medicine utilized in veterinary treatment of Northstar’s wounds.
SLIDESHOW: Doctors partner to treat burned horse
Skin graft techniques used in human medicine utilized for Northstar?s wounds.
Pets and Vets: Veterinarians in Florida remove 4-pound hairball from tiger
Ingested fur proved too large to remove by scope.
Pets and Vets:UC-Davis opens $58.5 million veterinary research facility
Large research enterprise to focus on animal and human health.
The humane movement: The challenge and the future of the veterinary profession
Veteirnarians should avoid direct opposition of animal welfare groups during this cultural shift.
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Web Daily
Council on Education pitches changes to accreditation standards
Schaumburg, Ill. -- The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) Council on Education (COE) has proposed and is now seeking comments on possible changes to the Standards of Accreditation.
Iowa State selects new veterinary college dean
Dr. Lisa Nolan will become the new dean of Iowa State University's (ISU) College of Veterinary Medicine in January.
Olson resigns as Morris Animal Foundation CEO
Denver -- Veterinarian Patricia Olson, chief executive officer of the Morris Animal Foundation, will be leaving the organization.
Update: Iowa State dean to step down to become faculty
Pending retirement recalls Iowa State dean's impact on veterinary students.
Utah State and WSU to collaborate on new veterinary program
Logan, Utah -- The Utah State University (USU) Board of Trustees moved a step closer to launching a new veterinary program.
Blue Buffalo issues voluntary pet food recall
The recall covers three pet-food products suspected of containing higher levels of Vitamin D than intended.
MSU's veterinary school turns 100
Michigan State University's College of Veterinary Medicine celebrates its 100th anniversary, marking its official designation as a degree program in 1910.
Veterinarian ranks as fastest growing professions in United States
Fortune magazine projects 36 percent growth in veterinarian jobs by 2018.
Experts take a deeper look at Gulf oil spill effects
Repurposed technology will map out the extent of oil and chemical impact on wildlife.
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