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Creating a Culture of Sustainability in your Veterinary Practice

By taking steps to nurture a culture of career sustainability for both our peers and future veterinarians, we can create much-needed positive change in...

Study Shows that Veterinarians with Goals Are Less Burned Out

A study carried out over 2020 and 2021 revealed that veterinary professionals who have goals are significantly less burned out than those who don’t....

Sustainability in Veterinary Herbal Medicine

Factoring sustainability into herbal medicine, whether we’re using it in veterinary practice or for our own well-being, is increasingly important to the health of...

The Power of Comparative Oncology: How Dog Cancer Treatments Affect Human Chemotherapy

The veterinary cancer market has historically lagged behind the human market. Until recently, for example, almost all the drugs used for canine cancers were...

OSHA: A Vital Ally During the Pandemic

Explore the pandemic’s effects on regulatory control programs; OSHA compliance issues unique to veterinary medicine; and the agency’s role in veterinary mental health. Over the...

Class 3B versus class 4 laser systems — what’s best for my veterinary practice?

Therapeutic laser systems are an excellent tool for any veterinary clinic, for treating various pain conditions, reducing inflammation, and for deep tissue healing. However,...

Splay leg responds to essential oil therapy

A congenital or developmental abnormality, splay leg is frequently seen in newly hatched chicks, both naturally and artificially incubated. One or both legs can...

Family Dynamics and Pet Health: Creating a Path Towards Sustainable Bonds

Explore how you can help your patients thrive emotionally and physically amid the challenges and changes of living with humans. When contemplating the bond between...
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...
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...