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July 10, 2018

Geriatric pets have different needs than senior pets

Dogs older than 10 years and cats older than 14 years are considered geriatric, not senior, according to Mary Gardner, DVM: “Geriatric pets do not have the same issues as senior pets and need to be treated differently. Educating clients and providing useful tips helps the pet and family members, who usually are frustrated and scared of what lies ahead.”

November 28, 2017

Lab animal DVMs share tips about caring for pocket sized pets

The small mammal market is rapidly growing and new items are available frequently. Veterinarians seeing these pets must be up-to-date about what is available, what is suitable for the pet and the owners’ lifestyle and how to evaluate the items that accompany these pets on trips to your office.

May 28, 2019

Goats are cute, but they aren’t easy pets

Brian Barth wonders if 2019 will be the year that goats join dogs, cats and parrots in the pantheon of animals that have gone from wild to domesticated. Barbara Jamison, owner of Puget Sound Goat Rescue, shares goat husbandry requirements about this farm animal trying to become a pet.

November 01, 2016

Sponsored: Holiday Travel: Sustain the human animal bond by preventing motion sickness

The fall and winter holiday seasons are rapidly approaching which means many families will be rushing on the road to meet their family members both near and far, and taking their pets with them. Educating pet owners on the signs of canine motion sickness is key in helping maintain the health and emotional well-being of both the pet owner and their canine companion. This emphasizes the importance of proactively discussing motion sickness with your clients today and through the end of the year.

August 01, 2019

Pet diabetes and the role of insulin pens

Diabetes mellitus is a common endocrinopathy in both dogs and cats. Though mechanistically different, the disease in both species typically requires the administration of insulin to the pet. Historically, the administration of insulin to pets has typically been via an insulin syringe.

July 01, 2020

Pet diabetes and the role of insulin pens

Diabetes mellitus is a common endocrinopathy in both dogs and cats. Though mechanistically different, the disease in both species typically requires the administration of insulin to the pet. Historically, the administration of insulin to pets has typically been via an insulin syringe.

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