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November 16, 2016

Consumer preferences trend to natural and organic pet food

If your clinic is selling pet food, you’ve no doubt noticed that recalls are becoming part of life. They are also spurring client spending on “natural” and “organic” pet food. At least, that’s what a recent report suggests. Packaged Facts, a division of, released its report Natural, Organic and Eco-Friendly Pet Products in the U.S., 6th Edition, and noted that consumers perceive that natural and organic products are purer and safer than regular products. Product safety and the potential for contamination are also a consumer concern. The report was published on Oct. 12.

October 30, 2014

University of Florida study finds multiple benefits in offering wellness plans

Researchers from the University of Florida conducted a study to determine whether wellness plans are financially beneficial to small animal teaching hospitals. The results of their study indicated that wellness plans not only can provide a boost to the bottom line, but they also hold potential benefits for veterinary students and animal patients.

October 21, 2014

Study reveals how veterinary practices can better serve blind, partially sighted clients

A study recently published in the 'Journal of the British Veterinary Association' may prompt veterinary practices to re-evaluate how accessible they are to visually impaired clients who bring their guide dogs in for care. The study's authors explain that "a little extra time, effort, and communication can enhance the visit of a blind or partially sighted owner to veterinary practices."

September 24, 2014

Veterinary Innovation Challenge winner seeks to improve human-animal bond through technology

The inaugural Veterinary Innovation Challenge (VIC) finished strong in September, producing a winning team with a product that Nikhil Joshi, VIC executive director, said has the potential to "shake the industry." NEWStat gave SPEAK co-founder Jamie Peisel the chance to discuss her experience at the competition, details surrounding the product she developed, and her future plans for SPEAK.

September 16, 2014

Study suggests ways for veterinary teams to banish burnout, boost job satisfaction

A recent study published in the Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association took a look at whether team effectiveness could reduce burnout and improve job satisfaction among veterinary teams. According to the authors, previous studies have evaluated job stress, burnout, and job satisfaction among veterinarians, but no empirical studies have focused on the entire veterinary team.

August 12, 2014

Veterinary Innovation Challenge asks students to indulge their entrepreneurial sides

To Nikhil Joshi, the veterinary industry is full of endless possibilities for entrepreneurial veterinary students who have big ideas and the ambition to develop those ideas into businesses. The opportunity to drive growth in the veterinary industry through entrepreneurship is why Joshi, a student in the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine class of 2015, worked with other veterinary and business students to create the inaugural 2014 Veterinary Innovation Challenge.

July 26, 2014

Technicians are key to winning on preventive care

Julie Legred, executive director of the National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America and NAVC senior manager of veterinary technician programs, says that technicians are a practice’s best ambassadors for preventive care.

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