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New Cardiology Suite Grants Exciting Opportunities to Eager Veterinarians At Colorado State University, Drs. Brian Scansen and Chris Orton from the veterinary cardiology and cardiac surgery team are taking full advantage of a brand new, cutting-edge operating suite. The suite, housed at the James L. Voss Veterinary Teaching Hospital, spans 1400 square feet and features …

Groundbreaking Dog Genetics Study Shows Benefits of DNA Testing

Wisdom Health, in collaboration with Genoscoper Laboratories, conducted an innovative study that shows genetic testing may predict if a dog is at risk for developing certain diseases. The study, published in PLOS Genetics, examined the DNA of more than 100,000 dogs, including 18,000 purebreds representing 330 breeds, types and varieties and 83,000 mixed breed dogs …

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At a very early stage of my career, I was lucky to have been exposed to the value and improved efficiency of the veterinary technician in practice. I must admit I have a special place in my heart for the veterinary technician. By focusing on the clinical tasks, they made it possible for me to …

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NAVC Institute 2018 is right around the corner! Taking place May 20th-25th in Orlando, Florida, Institute 2018 offers veterinary practitioners the opportunity to amplify their skills with intensive learning. Choose from nine hands-on courses (including two Ultrasound courses) with focused curriculum and intimate class sizes that will help you achieve your professional and personal goals. …

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New Survey Highlights Value of Veterinary Technicians Recognizing the value of veterinary technicians, the HEARTGARD Plus (ivermectin/pyrantel) team recently conducted a survey to explore the state of the industry. Results showed that almost all veterinarians feel veterinary technicians are knowledgeable about preventive pet health (98%) and capable with regard to patient care (99%). The survey …

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NEW Mosquito Control Guidelines The Companion Animal Parasite Council (CAPC) has issued its first-ever set of guidelines on mosquito control. The guidelines recommend an “Integrated Pest Management (IPM)” strategy, which employs the use of EPA-registered repellents/insecticides on pet and humans, minimizing exposure and altering the environment to discourage mosquito growth development. The guidelines emphasize that …

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Check out the Tech Champions!   The maker of HEARTGARD Plus is continuing its Tech Champions program in 2017 with events and education sessions for veterinary technicians focused on flea and tick control, dental health, heartworm disease prevention, and intestinal parasite treatment. Now in its third year, the Tech Champions program was formed by the …

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  New Website for Cat Caregivers The American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP) has launched “The Cat Community” at catfriendly.com. Powered by feline veterinarians, catfriendly.com provides cat caregivers with reliable and valuable educational information. Cat caregivers will be able to learn about their cat’s innate behaviors, the importance of routine veterinary care, and how to …

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NAVC Conference News TVP ACUTE ABDOMEN SYMPOSIUM Today’s Veterinary Practice (TVP) is presenting its second annual symposium on Sunday, February 5, at the NAVC Conference 2017. Diagnosis and Management of the Acute Abdomen has been organized by TVP Editor in Chief, Dr. Simon Platt, and NAVC Executive VP of Veterinary Education, Dr. Matt Winter. This …

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