Student news

The veterinarian's guide to budgeting: Don't buy what you don't need

Actively thinking about what you need versus what you don't will help you stick to a real-world spending plan.

UF veterinary study finds success in targeted TNR

Drastic reduction of shelter intake and euthanasia recorded during two-year program.

Veterinary equine convention celebrates 60 years

The American Association of Equine Practitioners celebrates its 60th convention.

Michigan State hires Drs. Julie Funk, Vilma Yuzbasiyan-Gurkan as associate deans

Additions enhance female leadership, raise profile of veterinary research, food safety.

Va.-Md. veterinary school reports increase in diversity

College actively recruiting minorities, men to join veterinary student body.


Gossypiboma-induced abdominal fibrosarcoma in a German shepherd

This potentially deadly surgical complication is preventable. Let this case report remind you about—and reinforce the importance of—counting surgical sponges.

Is your ego bigger than a giraffe?

Don’t assume you know how to handle every exotic case that falls in your lap.

Stress sanitary practices with raw food diets

Avoid pet and human health hazards by educating pet owners on how to handle raw food diets hygienically.

Anesthesia reboot: Erase these myths and misconceptions

Veterinary anesthesiologist Dr. Ann Weil provides five important pointers on anesthetizing cats and dogs.

Journal Scan: How effective are buprenorphine’s analgesic effects in cats?

This article provides an overview of the analgesic effects of buprenorphine in cats.

The job search

Quick tips to grow your veterinary career

Take your job to the next level with this advice to take charge of your career path.

Fla. veterinary students learn practice management skills through new externship

Program considered 'essential' to students hoping to own a veterinary practice.

10 ways to get a veterinary team job

Use these hints to avoid common resume mistakes and learn how to stand out to veterinary employers with an introduction that spells, "Hire me."

Graduation levels hold the line

But the total number of new veterinary graduates could jump 18 percent by 2017.