Pet insurance is on the rise in North America, but there is still plenty of room for growth.
Across the country, a variety of wildlife diagnostic centers of all sizes operate in partnership with various federal and state organizations, veterinarians, and others. They work to stay at the forefront of animal diagnostics and investigations, and to serve as a training ground for veterinary students.
AAHA-accredited Princeton Animal Hospital and Carnegie Cat Clinic in Princeton, New Jersey, fulfills a need in their community by creating a veterinary technician assistant program.
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AAHA’s president-elect, Pam Nichols, DVM, wants you to know that your time is valuable; a brief look at AAHA’s anesthesia standards; make sure your staff list is updated; a question about autoclaving exam gloves; information on individual AAHA membership; and a call to join the AAHA Board of Directors.
For veterinarians tired of general practice, there are many options out there. This article looks at 10 individuals who left practice to pursue other careers.
Heather Stockdale Walden, PhD, teaches parasitology at the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine in Gainesville and is a member of the Companion Animal Parasite Council board of directors. She answered five questions for Trends on the ever-evolving world of parasitology.
From patient care to client experience to work-life balance, telehealth, also known as connected care, answers important needs in veterinary practice. Momentum has been building for decades. As technologies proliferate, services improve, and client expectations continue to rise, connected care offers something for everyone.
Jan Whitman, DVM, owner of Animal Medical Clinic in St. Paul, Minnesota, manages two unique community service programs: a pet of the month contest and online pet memorials.
Offering multiple payment options to clients can help forge stronger relationships, create a more profitable and efficient business, and ultimately let you focus on providing quality veterinary care. This article discusses the various ways clients can pay, including pet insurance, wellness plans, nonprofit programs, and payment plans.