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Wednesday, July 6, 2022

Using essential oils in young animals

When treating young animals, essential oils can be a safe and effective alternative to medications used in everyday practice for older animals.   Many medications used...

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

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...

Innovative monitor makes treating diabetic pets easier

Monitoring a diabetic pet's glucose can feel overwhelming for pet owners without the right equipment and advice. Telling pet owners their much-loved dog or cat...
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...
Beyond cuddles and vaccines: How to create a Fear Free™ experience for puppies & kittens

Beyond cuddles and vaccines: How to create a Fear Free ™ experience for puppies...

Getting puppies and kittens started with a Fear Free™ experience takes an active approach at home and at the vet clinic. When we see an...
Talking to clients about microchips

Talking to clients about microchips

Rattling off these facts may help encourage clients to microchip their beloved companions. If you work or own a veterinary clinic, it’s important to suggest...
A natural approach to flea and tick control

A natural approach to flea and tick control

Explore the ever-widening benefits of recommending natural flea and tick products to your clients. Since I began practicing veterinary medicine over 25 years ago, the...

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...

The neonatal gut microbiome: How to set up your young canine and feline patients...

Every surface of our world is covered in microbes. While we can’t see them, bacteria, viruses, fungi, and other microorganisms are inextricably linked to...