"One does not simply walk" fearlessly through life. Dr. Hilal Dogan knew that FOR SURE in the case of her early fear of surgery.
The conclusion of our tale of a new veterinary associate's startling encounter over an estimate with a long-standing veterinary client.
We talk to the force behind veterinary medicine's most powerful human interest project yet (and yes, you read that right). Meet the Vet Confessionals Project founder and find out how the project grew into a nationwide phenomenon.
Is bigger always better? I don't think so. With size come building and maintenance expenses—forever. Look at what you need in your new veterinary clinic, plan accordingly and get creative.
Veterinarians Karen Bradley and Sarah Wooten map out their roads less traveled with directions on how to prepare and encouragement to get started and keep going.
Derm doc Darin Dell has some quick tips for this tough-to-manage condition.
A rundown on runny noses: A sniff of what you should know about chronic feline sneezers and snufflers
Chronic upper respiratory disease can be a confounding problem in veterinary patients, especially in cats. Explore diagnostic and treatment approaches that will help your affected feline patients breathe easier.
An important study looks at how many coughing dogs have laryngeal dysfunction.
Veterinary radiologist Dr. Anthony Pease explains why contrast agents are a quick, easy way to examine the urinary tract.
The old string around the tooth trick won't work with your veterinary patients. But here are some tips to help you slam the door on your fears of tooth extraction.
The job search
A list of the worst veterinary career advice I’ve ever received (and promptly discarded)
Take it from an owner who’s recently hired: These tips will put you at the top of the list.
Take your job to the next level with this advice to take charge of your career path.
Program considered 'essential' to students hoping to own a veterinary practice.
Use these hints to avoid common resume mistakes and learn how to stand out to veterinary employers with an introduction that spells, "Hire me."