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Saturday, January 28, 2023
Exploring ashwagandha for animal care

Exploring ashwagandha for animal care

Supporting balanced behavior and overall well-being for your patients with a centuries-old botanical: ashwagandha. Herbs have been part of animal care for millennia. Humans have...

The importance of air decontamination in a veterinary hospital

As part of an infection prevention protocol, it's vital that veterinary hospitals implement strategies that improve the safety of indoor air. Clean air is a...
Medical ozone for wounds

Medical ozone for wounds

Instead of immediately reaching for antibiotics when treating wounds in your animal patients, consider medical ozone. It can be used to effectively treat a...

Hypochlorous acid solutions for wound care in animal patients

Using the appropriate wound treatment in your animal patients can mean the difference between a quick recovery and prolonged healing marred with complications. Hypochlorous...
The use of medical-grade honey in veterinary medicine

The use of medical-grade honey in veterinary medicine

Honey has many beneficial effects that make it an ideal wound dressing. Its wide spectrum of antimicrobial activity and immunomodulatory effects on the wound...
Essential oils for animal first aid

Essential oils for animal first aid

Understanding the beneficial properties of essential oils reveals how they can be so helpful in veterinary emergencies. Plants use the essential oils they produce for...
Photobiomodulation (PBM) - laser therapy and veterinary first aid

Photobiomodulation (PBM) – laser therapy and veterinary first aid

Why laser therapy, or photobiomodulation (PBM) needs to be an essential part of your veterinary treatment plans. Light as a restorative and protective therapy for...

NASC celebrates 20 years of impact and leadership in the animal supplement industry

The National Animal Supplement Council (NASC) is proudly celebrating 20 years of successful advocacy and leadership actions that have helped sustain and elevate the...

Dietary-driven dental disease mechanisms

Diet is currently considered in the context of nutrient absorption by an animal’s lower gut. The upper gut, home to the second most abundant...

CPR – It’s not futile!

The implementation of RECOVER guidelines into CPR protocols is showing promise as a way to improve outcomes for veterinary patients. It’s every veterinary professional’s worst...