Navigating the intricacies of endocrine disorders in pets poses a multifaceted challenge for veterinarians treating these patients.
When the majority of cats and dogs have some degree of periodontal disease, it is more important than ever to educate clients on the importance of regular dental cleanings for their pets.
Implementing permission-seeking protocols with animals could have dramatic effects, says behavior consultant and MVC 2024 speaker Steve Dale.
You probably already know that agriculture is big business in Ohio, but did you also know that last year’s deer hunting season generated 837 million dollars and provided more than 1,000 jobs? That means that keeping the state’s deer populations healthy is an important initiative for wildlife and agriculture officials.
Almost a quarter of the 85 million pet owners in the U.S. are Hispanic—but only 5% of veterinarians are.
It may not be exciting, but there are regulations that every practicing veterinarian needs to know about. Take 20 minutes to find out what the most important current issues are—and you could save yourself a lot of angst!
Like most issues facing the veterinary profession, the equine vet shortage didn't happen overnight, and there isn't a simple one-size-fits-all solution.
Being able to understand the feelings of others helps us establish stronger connections with both colleagues and clients, which in turn increases compliance and improves medical outcomes.
Earlier this year, Ohio was one of the first states to make xylazine a Schedule III controlled drug. How has this move affected veterinary medicine?
Is it true that we are the average of the five people we spend the most time with? Find out how to choose the right people to maximize your success.