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VETERINARY MEDICINE: Jul 25, 2017
By dvm360.com staff
Because, c’mon, as veterinary professionals we know cats aren’t just going to outright say those three little words. Here's a handout depicting the telltale signs that a feline friend is giving his human heart-eyes.
 
VETTED: Jul 25, 2017
We go deep with Dr. Roark on such topics as social media as a "relationship accelerator," that scary E-word (entrepreneurship) and new graduates coming into their own as business people.
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VETTED: Jul 24, 2017
By dvm360.com staff
From client handouts to prevention toolkits, we have all the resources you and your veterinary clients need to battle this year's uptick in parasite prevalence.
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FIRSTLINE: Jul 24, 2017
Your extended contact with pet owners means extra opportunities for spreading awareness about pain, says Dr. Michael Petty.
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FIRSTLINE: Jul 24, 2017
No money means no care means no healthy pets. We know you don’t want to be a pet insurance salesman or pitch veterinary care credit cards, and you don’t have to. Here are some ways to fight through your reservations—or the worries of others—about these two kinds of products.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Jul 20, 2017
Behaviorist Dr. John Ciribassi says the backyard is no babysitter. Help your veterinary clients see that their dogs need emotional enrichment, not just space to run.
 
VETTED: Jul 20, 2017
By dvm360.com staff
Don't give up on a patient—or a pet owner. Every exam room visit is an opportunity to cherish and optimize a patient's health with needed vaccines, recommended diagnostics and care for problems a pet owner didn't even know the pet was facing. Here's how Dr. Ernie Ward makes the most out of what looks like a cursory visit.
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FIRSTLINE: Jul 14, 2017
By dvm360.com staff
From the smallest, most easy-going cat to the biggest, most rambunctious dog—every pet deserves a household that's fun, stimulating and encourages exercise.
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FIRSTLINE: Jul 13, 2017
Every dying pet deserves a plan. Consider these inspiring case studies and tips that illustrate the power you have in veterinary medicine to help pets live longer—with a better quality of life—for days, week or months on their path to a peaceful death.
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VETTED: Jul 12, 2017
Here are the most common conditions Lap of Love hospice veterinarians see in their mobile euthanasia practice—and pointers on how to ease clients and patients down this difficult path.