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Click to download: Veterinary Emergency Tips for GPs (Graphic)

Print this graphic as a quick reminder about common veterinary emergency cases, including respiratory issues, blocked cats, and trauma. Read the full story: "STAT! Tips for treating and transferring emergency cases in general practice" at aaha.org/newstat.

Click to download: Canine Respiratory Mystery

The canine respiratory illness outbreak in the news is part of the CIRCD, and exhibits similar signs. Some patients may require hospitalization, and the most severe cases may result in death.

October 07, 2023

Vet Teams IRL: Vickie Byard, CVT, VTS (Dentistry)

From a career that started with big hair in the ‘80s and is now heading toward retirement , Vickie Byard, CVT, VTS (Dentistry), has seen enormous changes in vet med for techs, for dentistry, and for patient care . And it all happened because her practice leadership gave her the chance. 

November 02, 2023

Avian emergency tips for general practitioners

How comfortable is your team treating common bird emergencies? Sydney Pockard , DVM, talks to columnist Emily Singler, VMD, and offers tips for veterinarians in general practice.  

January 15, 2024

Make a team plan for CPR with RECOVER

We dig into a CPR refresher from the Reassessment Campaign on Veterinary Resuscitation (RECOVER) initiative in this brief overview. Look for newly revised CPR guidelines from RECOVER in 2024 to help ensure that all practices have the training to save lives.

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.

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