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Sunday, October 25, 2020
Scrutinize product claims when choosing supplements to sell or recommend

Scrutinize product claims when choosing supplements to sell or recommend

Product claims on packaging can be very misleading. Be sure to do your research before recommending a health or nutritional supplement to your clients. When...

Why some mushroom-based supplements are more effective than others

Mushroom-based supplements are a natural remedy for a range of metabolic, physiological and immunological ailments in animals. The key is to understand what makes...
Recommending immune support supplements for your animal patients

Recommending immune support supplements for your animal patients

A stressed or overworked immune system can result in a number of preventable health issues. To keep your patients in good health, immune support...
Are you making the most of telemedicine?

Are you making the most of telemedicine?

Telemedicine is more than just a trend – it’s the future of veterinary care. Learn how to make the most of this technology by...
After the operation: choosing the right tools to balance patient comfort and safety

After the operation: choosing the right tools to balance patient comfort and safety

Classic cones, otherwise known as E-Collars, are the ideal device for most animals post-surgery – but not all. Here’s why it’s important to familiarize...
Retraining the hypersensitive immune system with regionally-specific immunotherapy

Retraining the hypersensitive immune system with regionally-specific immunotherapy

A comprehensive look at allergen immunotherapy (AIT) in dogs and cats, including regionally-specific immunotherapy (RSI). Pruritus and otitis externa are two of the most common...
The health flow of the kidneys

The health flow of the kidneys

Promoting the health flow of an animal’s kidneys involves gaining a better understanding of how this organ works, and which forms of sustenance help...
Using an integrative approach to treat feline brachial plexus avulsion

A multi-modal treatment for feline brachial plexus avulsion

This article illustrates how a multi-modal, integrative approach effectively restored limb function in a feline brachial plexus avulsion lesion. Presentation Luca, an 18-month-old neutered male domestic...
Telemedicine and beyond: is your clinic ready for the future?

Telemedicine and beyond: is your clinic ready for the future?

Advancements such as telemedicine are on the rise in the veterinary world – and with good reason. Gaining a deeper understanding of these technologies...
An innovative way to meet your patient’s nutritional needs

An innovative way to meet your patient’s nutritional needs

This one-of-a-kind testing solution does what a simple blood test cannot – ensure that your patient’s unique nutritional needs are met. The health of dogs...