AAHA Releases New 2023 Senior Care Guidelines for Dogs and CatsPets are living longer, and geriatric dogs and cats require special care and attention. AAHA has released new guidelines to help veterinary staff provide optimal care for these growing populations.
Data-Driven Pet Insights Gleaned From 150 Million Pet VisitsBanfield is celebrating reaching 150 million pet visits in May across more than 1,000 hospitals since tracking this data began in 2000. Banfield researchers have mined this data to help drive medical quality and patient safety not just at Banfield but across the veterinary profession.
Evolving the Relationship Between Primary Care Veterinarians and Specialists
Editor’s Note: This is an excerpt from a white paper written by the Collaborative Care Coalition, a volunteer group dedicated to improving and expanding collaborative care.
Dr. Siraya Chunekamrai, Thai Veterinarian, Elected WSAVA PresidentDr. Siraya Chunekamrai is the first female president of the World Small Animal Veterinary Association. She is a pioneer of veterinary practice in Thailand where she opened the country’s first equine surgery practice in 1996.
At-Home DNA Tests: Crystal Ball With a Caveat
Whether clients are using at-home DNA tests to satiate pure curiosity about their pet’s breed or as a means to uncover health predispositions, veterinarians should be part of the process as a means of information.
Data-driven Pet Solutions: Addressing the Pet Obesity Epidemic
With the American Pet Products Association (APPA) estimating more than 11 million households welcomed a new pet last year, the veterinary profession faced complex challenges in 2020: adjusting to new pandemic processes and guidelines while simultaneously meeting the surging demand for pet care services.
Minnesota Urolith Center Analyzes 1.5 Millionth Stone and Marks 40 Years of Service
The Minnesota Urolith Center (MUC) is celebrating two milestones: the analysis of its 1.
Veterinary Cannabis Society Aims to Empower Through Education
Veterinary Cannabis Society hopes to arm veterinarians with information and resources on the use of cannabis in veterinary medicine.
The Class of 2021 Is Coming and We Aren’t Ready for It
Before we welcome the Class of 2021 veterinary school graduates, we need to make sure our clinics will offer the right environment for success.