Personal/Professional DevelopmentEducation is the red thread of our profession, tying us all together and advancing the art and science of veterinary medicine.
NutritionWith so many brands and types of foods available, owners, veterinarians, and veterinary nurses can have difficulty interpreting ingredient labels, assessing the quality of diets, and understanding pet food regulations.
ParasitologyHeartworm prevention is not just an investment in an effective medication for the pet; it is an insurance policy against a preventable, potentially lethal disease.
PharmacologyAntimicrobial usage data from 926 general-practice veterinary hospitals throughout the U.S. indicate that there is room for improved concordance with existing guidelines.
NeurologyA properly planned diet can help nutritionally manage dogs with epilepsy as a supplement to veterinary therapy.
BehaviorTechnology provides actionable insights to improve patient care and enhance client communication and compliance.
Urology & Renal Medicine
Management of urethral incompetence in dogs may require adjustments in their therapy as they age or develop additional health concerns.
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