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January 24, 2024

Help clients start 2024 on the right foot with Walk Your Pet Month

It’s hard enough to make our own exercise routines work, so how can we get pets moving? Martha G. Cline, DVM, DACVIM (Nutrition), chair of the 2021 AAHA Nutrition and Weight-Loss Management Guidelines for Dogs and Cats, touts the benefits of staying active for pets, including longer life spans and fewer health problems.

February 02, 2024

Vetspacito: Helping pets and overcoming language barriers

With an increasing number of Spanish-speaking clients, being able to communicate in Spanish is no longer just a skill—it's a necessity. Vetspacito empowers veterinary professionals with the language tools to improve patient care and build stronger, more empathetic relationships with a broader clientele.

September 07, 2023

Vet Teams IRL: Elizabeth Musgreave, CVT

Elizabeth Musgreave , CVT, sa ys she “could not imagine life without a cat . ” I n her role at Hickory Veterinary and Specialty Hospital in Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania , she strives to improve the lives of all her patients —and to raise awareness of the role of veterinary technicians in animal welfare.

January 12, 2024

Reacting to reactions in general practice

When a patient appears with an unspecified reaction, it’s crucial to gather as much data as possible from the pet owner, the physical exam, and the lab to recognize a serious or even deadly  reaction and respond accordingly.

April 19, 2024

H5N1 influenza: From avian to bovine to feline and beyond

Kay Russo, DVM, MAHM, DACPV, was the first poultry and dairy veterinarian to discover that cattle had been infected with “avian” influenza. She urges other veterinarians to be vigilant and aware of the interspecies spread of H5N1—including the risk to humans.

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