Scientific advances have made modern veterinary treatments very effective, but what do you do when conventional options have run out? For Dr. Alexia Tsakiris, the answer is to get back to nature.
The voices in our heads aren't always a sign of mental illness: Sometimes, they can help you become more self-aware, and in so doing, become a happier, healthier, more productive person.
For many general practitioners, ophthalmology is intimidating. But there are ways to simplify eye exams and make accurate diagnoses using simple tools you already have on hand.
The key to a positive relationship is a solid foundation of trust, and that is especially true when it comes to relationships with clients.
On today's episode, get a glimpse into life as an exotic animal veterinarian—and a sneak peek at the Pet Animal Exotics track at the 2023 Midwest Veterinary Conference.
Interest in keeping backyard poultry has been increasing—but the number of veterinarians who see poultry hasn't. How can small animal veterinarians evolve to fill this growing need?
Holistic therapies are growing in popularity among humans, and that trend is spilling over into the animal world as well. Is this something you should consider adding to your practice?
Known for being fastidious and aloof, cats are masters at hiding illness—which makes recognizing and interpreting their subtle behaviors all the more important.
In a world where people are increasingly spending their time online, developing an effective digital marketing plan is a must. But with so many options out there, where do you even start?
Poop: It's more than just something that people find gross, fascinating, or grossly fascinating. In fact, veterinary researchers are investigating ways to turn it into a cure.