A Crisis of Historic Proportions?
TVP Editor in Chief Simon Platt discusses the repercussions of the the anti-vaccination movement in veterinary medicine.
Clinical Trial Tests Universal Vaccine Against Canine Cancer
Brush up on exciting news in the world of veterinary medicine, from a possible vaccine for canine cancer to an end on controversial research on felines and more.
Register Now and Save at VMX, the World’s Leading Veterinary Conference
VMX, the world’s largest veterinary conference, is coming up in January 2020. Register now to lock in an early-bird price.
Practical Advice About Heartworm Preventive Lapses
The Heartworm Hotline column, presented by the American Heartworm Society, communicates practical and timely information on prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of heartworm disease, as well as highlights current topics related to heartworm research and findings in veterinary medicine.
Supporting Emotional and Mental Health in the Veterinary Profession
Mental and emotional health is becoming less taboo in the veterinary world as compassion fatigue, cyberbullying, and more escalate. Banfield is realizing the importance of transparency and assistance.
The Use of Capromorelin for the Clinical Problem of Inappetence
Inappetence is a common clinical sign that has an important influence on perceived quality of life and case management in dogs and cats. Capromorelin has the potential to positively affect the clinical management of inappetence and weight loss/cachexia in dogs.
Chiari-like Malformation: An Overview
The clinical signs of Chiari-like malformation are often confused with other otologic and dermatologic conditions, which may delay appropriate treatment. Definitive diagnosis is made using MRI of the brain and cervical spinal cord.
How to Prevent a Toxic Workplace
A healthy workplace contributes greatly to a veterinary professional’s personal wellbeing and productivity. Read more about how to prevent a toxic workplace.
Laser Therapy: Fact or Fancy?
Laser therapy is the result of electromagnetic energy interacting chemically and biologically with tissue, causing “photobiomodulation.” Learn more about the photobiomodulation and its effects in small animals.