Photo package: Veterinarians combat the oil in the Gulf (part 4; large)

Photo package: Veterinarians combat the oil in the Gulf (part 4; large)

Jun 10, 2010
By staff

On June 7, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) reported that 315 sea turtles had been verified within the designated spill area. Two-hundred and sixty three of those animals died, and 41 turtles are in rehabilitation. Only three turtles have been released from captivity. This sea turtle was examined at the Louisiana Marine Mammal and Sea Turtle Rescue Center in New Orleans.

Photo by Lee Celano


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Veterinary technicians: What we love about you

FIRSTLINE - Oct 13, 2015

By staff

We take a minute to appreciate technicians' contributions to the profession with these love letters from leaders in the veterinary profession.

3 sexist comments female veterinarians have heard at work


By Matthew Kenwright, Assistant Content Specialist

We asked female associates what folks have said to them, and we’re sorry to hear that clients and colleagues still say this stuff in 2015.

5 tips to stop stressing over diabetic patient monitoring

FIRSTLINE - Oct 06, 2015

By Jessica Midence, DVM, DACVIM

Mrs. Smith is hypervigilant and Mr. McKinley is laissez faire. Your veterinary team can manage these pet owners' expectations with these five fairly simple steps for more effective home monitoring without the frustration.