For veterinary professionals, connecting with animals is easy, but when it comes to connecting with humans, some of us aren’t nearly as comfortable. But with a little practice, networking can become much easier.
The Midwest Veterinary Conference is known for its outstanding education, but don't miss out on everything the event—and the host city—has to offer!
Not everyone can afford the "gold standard," nor does everyone want lengthy or difficult treatments for their pets. But that doesn't mean they have no options.
Two lifelong animal advocates join us to share insight into what led them to devote their careers to protecting animals—and their people.
In this episode, MVC2024 speaker Dr. Christy King joins us to talk about renewed interest in antimicrobial resistance and share a sneak peek into programming at next month’s conference. Episode Guest Listen Now!
With so much to learn and only four years of vet school in which to learn it, having someone around who can show you the ropes may be the difference between staying on board and jumping ship.
Relaxing on command is difficult for people, not to mention for dogs and cats. But conditioning a relaxation response can have widespread applications for veterinary professionals and pet owners.
Unless you have a money tree, you need to be strategic about your finances! But ensuring your practice offers high-quality care at a competitive price is a tricky balance.
With the growing popularity of aquariums, the demand for fish healthcare is on the rise. Yet, the world of aquatic veterinary medicine remains a niche within the broader field.
Increasing regulations have made many opioids difficult to obtain or more cumbersome to use, forcing practitioners to explore alternative pain management strategies and medications in an effort to maintain the same level of care.