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June 11, 2019

Discover more urinary tract stones with these tips (includes image slides)

Positive and negative contrast studies can provide additional, often valuable, information to aid in diagnostic evaluation of the urinary tract. Daniel VanderHart, DVM, DACVR, leaves no stone unturned as he discusses the various types of calculi and the use of radiography and ultrasonography.

May 31, 2019

Preparing pets for a natural disaster

June is National Pet Preparedness Month and is a great reminder to all of us to include pets in our natural disaster preparation. Extreme weather conditions are scary and unpredictable, making it critical to have a disaster plan in place for everyone both at home and at work.In 2018, the United States saw 14 natural disaster events that caused a devastating loss of life.

May 31, 2019

Getting to the root of better dental care for pets

Despite evidence about the serious consequences of periodontal disease on a pet's health, many pet owners are unaware of the importance of preventive dental care throughout a pet's life. In fact, dental disease can start early in life.1 So how can we help more pets get the lifetime of dental care, diagnostics and treatment they need? The CareCredit team asked veterinary dental consultant and instructor Mary Berg, RVT, VTS (Dentistry), a charter member of the Academy of Veterinary Dental Technicians, to share a few insights based on her experience.

May 14, 2019

Turn recruits into employees with instant communication

In this age of intense competition for recruits and recruits ghosting want-to-be employers, any way to keep the process moving forward to capture your best recruits is worth your effort. Darren Bounds, CEO of Breezy HR, suggests using text messaging to gain these recruiting advantages:

April 30, 2019

How do you know which pet supplements are safe?

Whether you’re a veterinarian or a pet owner, your goal is to provide the best possible care to your beloved animals. Sometimes that means offering or purchasing pet supplements to help with common pet health conditions. But how do you know if the pet supplements you’re using are legit?

April 30, 2019

Finicky feline eaters: born or made?

Most finicky cats have likely been trained by impatient, overly concerned owners, according to nutritionists at Tuft University's Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine.

April 09, 2019

Free tools to help you see more pets

Educating your clients on the importance of preventive healthcare is the easiest way to get them to schedule more appointments.

February 26, 2019

Managing feline constipation

Charting diagnostic steps, Glenn A. Olah, DVM, provides a helpful flow chart to help veterinary teams address feline constipation. Constipation can lead to complications including obstipation and megacolon.

February 12, 2019

No, cats cannot be vegan

A study of UK cat owners revealed one in five were not aware their pets were carnivores and required animal products in their diets to thrive. It is believed similar ignorance exists in US cat owners.

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