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Probiotic supplementation can be more efficacious

The level of effectiveness achieved by available probiotics can be questioned and improved We know probiotics are those helpful bacteria and yeast that support many...

Choosing safe chews

Evading foreign body obstructions and other chew hazards. This article is the second pre-publication preview (first article: https://ivcjournal.com/ how-much-a-dog-can-bite-off-and-chew/) of a recently-completed, pre-peer review seminal dog chew...

How acupuncture points correlate to spots of neurogenic inflammation

Study indicates that areas of superficial inflammation in animals frequently overlap with acupoints traditionally associated with the relevant disease, and that acupuncture can significantly...

Pediatric veterinary homeopathy

Veterinary practice is very similar to pediatrics in general, and pediatric animal patients can be a special challenge. Fortunately, a wealth of helpful homeopathic...

Educating clients about diets for puppies and kittens

Offering a healthy diet very early in life will set a solid foundation for an animal to thrive. This article looks at how to...

Canine sterilization

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Mindful Communication in Veterinary Practice

Helping your veterinary clients feel heard and understood improves communication and relationships, and resolves conflicts. The veterinary setting has always been a prime area for...

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Technicians as teachers: tapping their expertise to educate clients about nutrition

By initiating discussions about nutrition each time pet parents visit the practice, veterinary technicians can directly impact the lifelong health of their patients. Nutrition...

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Which States Pay Vets the Most — And the Least?

A recent study released by Veterinarians.org has revealed the highest- and lowest-paying American states for veterinarians. The states were ranked using 2020 U.S. Bureau...

Study Focuses on Nasal Microbiota in Horses with EHV-1

While the majority of horses have been exposed to the Equine Herpes Virus, it doesn’t cause serous problems for most. Nevertheless, learning more about...

AI — the newest tool in veterinary science

AI is a valuable tool that can help veterinarians do their jobs with greater speed and precision, freeing them up to focus on complex...