Help veterinary clients put together a "go bag" to be ready for disasters like hurricanes, wildfires or tornadoes.
We went behind the scenes of the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium, the setting for Nat Geo WILD’s new show Secrets of the Zoo, and spoke with the veterinary team behind the nation’s first giraffe blood bank and its main cracker-loving donor.
A panel of feline experts fashioned the guidelines to ensure a safer session for cats undergoing surgery.
AAVMC research says students still hearing sexist, racist and homophobic comments from professors and other students.
MyVeterinaryLife.com was created to help rising veterinarians thrive in their careers and personal lives.
In addition to products, grooming and training services, the new store offers $9-a-month memberships that include up to five veterinary visits a year.
Building will support research into zoonotic and vector-borne disease, antimicrobial resistance and more in St. Kitts and the Caribbean.
In-depth coverage of pet pain and death from 2017 garners top honors in annual competition.
Looks matter! Especially when your specialty hospital is built to serve an upscale community on the East Coast. Find out how the team at Gold Coast Center for Veterinary Care channeled their New York state of design.
Two-year-old Bengal cat named Fridgey is recovering well.
Where do pet owners purchase their veterinary products, and where do they research their product options? Exclusive data shows how generations come into play.
When a client's son knows why a boxer's problems arose but wants to keep it on the down low, how much should you tell the mom?
Your ship—er, practice—is run with all types of personalities from different worlds—baby boomers, Generation X'ers and millennials. They can all work together to boldly care for a pet as no pet has been before.
I can’t make this stuff up, and I don’t have to.
When the threat of a corporation buying the practice from Dr. Codger is impending, will Dr. Greenskin fish or cut bait?
Once upon a time, veterinary practices were owned by veterinarians. Then other interested parties came along ...
The histopathology report from the oral biopsy came back as malignant—now what? Surgery? Radiation? Chemotherapy? Watchful waiting?
And if you can’t remember any of them in the heat of the moment, focus on this: perfusion, perfusion, perfusion.
With class 1 malocclusions, warns an equine veterinary dentist, you must do a thorough examination of the bone structure before trying to even out a horse’s teeth.
Program aims to help animal healthcare providers communicate effectively with non-English-speaking employees in large animal settings.
Female equine veterinarians share their gender discrimination experiences from vet school and beyond.
Here’s our regular roundup of new and noteworthy veterinary products.
dvm360 product report: Fight feline parasites as well as canine obesity, arthritis and dental disease
Here's our regular rundown of new and notable veterinary products.