Are your clients headed back to the office? We’ve gathered some resources to help you easily chat with them about separation anxiety, from spotting the signs to next steps.
The veterinary profession prides itself on addressing the health and welfare needs of its patients but that’s not always the case with employees. Professionals we talked with pointed out the impacts of these experiences and how change is overdue.
With more than 18 million adults identifying as part of the LGBTQIA+ community, and 7 out of 10 being pet owners, adopting inclusive policies can lead to greater client satisfaction.
Lillie Davis, DVM, DACVIM (Oncology): From the housing projects in the Bronx to becoming one of the only Black female veterinary oncologists.
When it comes to workplace culture, it’s tempting to focus primarily on the behavior and attitudes of veterinary practice team members. But given the link between practice culture and patient safety, it’s risky to ignore the importance of client interactions, too.
When it comes to dogs, the nose knows. That’s why, early on in the pandemic when COVID-19 tests were scarce and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) was still tinkering with mask guidance amid a critical shortage of personal protective equipment, small groups of researchers around the world started searching for canine alternatives to traditional COVID-19 screening.
Injections involving the eyes can be tricky. The videos below demonstrate safe techniques for: 1) Performing a retrobulbar nerve block injection using a modified needle 2) Injecting the Nocita block after they eye has been surgically removed Both videos are courtesy of Mike Petty, DVM.
Pet insurance has been around for decades, but is still widely misunderstood. So much so that even with a more than 20% growth rate over the past five years, only 2% of Americans have this benefit for their family pet. This article explores a few cases and seeks to offer some clarity on the subject as well.
The first veterinary practice to seek and receive AAHA end-of-life care accreditation is Colorado-based Caring Pathways, which specializes in mobile euthanasia services and hospice consulting in the Denver area.