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Monday, May 25, 2020
Does the coronavirus mean your patients need masks?

Does the coronavirus mean your patients need masks?

Is COVID-19 transmittable between humans and animals? Are masks necessary? We explore precautions  your clinic should be taking We’ve heard multiple reports that companion animals...
The 'other' cannabinoid: does THC have a role in veterinary medicine

The ‘other’ cannabinoid. Does THC have a role in veterinary medicine?

Exploring questions surrounding THC (trans-Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinol), the “other” cannabinoid, its safety, legality and place in the veterinary field. In the last issue, we looked at veterinary...
Fear Free™ approach to pain management in companion animals

Fear Free ™ approach to pain management in companion animals

The veterinarian developed Fear Free ™ approach for pain management is a way to improve outcomes and create a rewarding therapeutic experience. Fear, pain, anxiety...
Testing the canine healthy soil hypothesis

Testing the canine healthy soil hypothesis

Is healthy soil the secret ingredient to better health for dogs? Learn about the groundbreaking research being done by the Canine Healthy Soil Project. Many...
COVID-19: Safe practice advice for veterinary clinics

COVID-19: Safe practice advice for veterinary clinics

Veterinarians are on the front lines during the COVID-19 pandemic. Heed to this advice to safely practice in a clinic setting. Veterinarians are on...
Cannabis products and dogs

Cannabis products and dogs

The veterinary market is inundated with cannabis products, but do they work? A pilot clinical trial looks at this modality's effectiveness for canine pain...
Supplementation for dogs at various life stages

Supplementation for dogs at various life stages

Supplementation is important, regardless of a dogs life stage. The NASC provides information on how to talk to your clients about proper supplementation. When speaking...
Communication: the key to implementing massage therapy treatment

Communication: the key to implementing massage therapy treatment

How communication between veterinarians and a canine (and feline) massage therapist (CCMT or CFMT) can ensure a safe treatment plan for your clients. Massage therapy...
Acupuncture and analgesia in veterinary medicine

Acupuncture and analgesia in veterinary medicine

An exploration of how acupuncture to achieve analgesia, an ancient modality, is used to treat a variety of pain levels in animal patients.  Acupuncture is...
Add animal bodywork services to your veterinary practice

Add animal bodywork services to your veterinary practice

Generate more income into your practice by offering animal bodywork services! More and more animal owners are seeking non-invasive, drug-free treatments for their dogs and...