Former board member Caroline Lubeck, DVM, discusses preventive care and self-care; compliance made easy with the new 2019 AAHA Canine Life Stage Guidelines; 2019 AAHA-Accredited Practice of the Year finalists; and a recap of Connexity. Plus, Dear AAHA addresses whether CT machines should be repurposed for dental radiographs.
With more people seeking complementary treatment options for their pets, you may be considering integrative medicine for your practice. If so, you likely have questions. Can I incorporate integrative medicine into my practice? Will my clients approve? What type of training is involved? Do complementary treatments actually work?
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.
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.