DVM360 MAGAZINE-01-01-2017

DVM360 MAGAZINE-01-01-2017

Cover Story
By dvm360.com staff
Peruse our highly clicked-on headline collection from this year—and draw your own conclusions about how the profession fared this year.
Starting in January, honey producers will have to turn to veterinarians for their antimicrobial needs.
News
By dvm360.com staff
Katrina Mealey developed test for potentially fatal gene mutation in dogs.
Resignations come after critical report by Texas regulatory commission
By dvm360.com staff
NSAID for postoperative pain and inflammation is available in tablet and injection form.
By dvm360.com staff
Company cites slow industry adoption and low revenue as driving factors in closure.
By dvm360.com staff
New hotline, reputation management service designed to combat online aggression and false reviews against member veterinarians.
This Missouri native, Georgia transplant and firm believer in education and mentoring is this year's winner of the elite dvm360/Veterinary Hospital Managers Association award.
I’m a veterinarian, an entrepreneur and a 30-year computer geek. That didn’t save my data. (But I did negotiate the criminal’s price down!)
By dvm360.com staff
Help for the most challenging stage of pet ownership, for both clients and veterinary staff.
Commentary
We love it when you share your veterinary life in first person.
Letters to the editor
By dvm360.com staff
Editorial staff should have recognized the connotations of the image selected.
Reader, dvm360 contributor agree: Veterinary patients that bite need a different technique.
Featured contributors
Based on the financial data on hand and past trends, here’s what I think the new year could bring for our nation’s veterinary practices.
Dr. Christopher J. Allen draws parallels between buying an apartment in Manhattan and buying a minority share in a veterinary clinic to illustrate why both need to be approached with caution.
Dr. Bo Brock turns his column over to Dr. W. J. Hill, a proud Ford Ranchero owner with a sad story to tell.
Dr. Mike Paul usually avoids drinking the water when traveling. Usually.
When pet owners file a negligence complaint against a specialty clinic, the state board finds a problem with the referring DVM's medical records.
Young veterinary grads will be smarter and more career-flexible if they look to mixed practice for their first job.
Medicine360
You know it's crucial for pet owners to curb these critters year-round. But here's a striking visual representation of why.
By dvm360.com staff
Well-timed treats are key to overcoming dogs' initial objections to this form of guidance while on a leash.
As you are readily familiar, if this vital oral tissue that protects the teeth becomes inflamed, a progressive and painful disease can develop if not halted with good dental care.
Amidst the many treatment options for incontinence related to urethral sphincter mechanism incompetence, this surgical technique may offer an alternative for those patients refractory to traditional therapies.
By dvm360.com staff
A week-long succession of wound repair surgeries results in Cody's successful recovery.
Equine360
Heavy infection with these parasites may be life-threatening—just 60 percent of hospitalized cases survive. This new tool can help practitioners know which young horses are most at risk.
By dvm360.com staff
School one of the first to offer equine PET scans since machine's arrival in August.
By dvm360.com staff
Acquiring companies seek to expand veterinary reach by increasing product portfolios.
By dvm360.com staff
Pegaso scanner reported to be first of its kind on the East Coast.
Top tips for veterinary technicians looking to excel and for equine practitioners looking for star staff.