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Have You Heard? Voice recognition: Does your cat know it's you?

April 1, 2014

Hear all about a study that investigated whether cats could distinguish their owners' voices from those of strangers.

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Audio: Is vaginitis really a puppy problem?

December 2, 2013

Dr. Autumn Davidson explains why vaginitis shouldn't be as much of a concern in young pups as it is in mature female dogs.

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Audio: Elements of negative pressure wound therapy

December 2, 2013

Use the various parts of negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) to tailor your technique to each patient's needs.

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Audio: Rehab your patients the right way

December 2, 2013

An overview of important points to keep in mind when rehabilitating orthopedic patients.

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Audio: Cataract development in dogs

December 2, 2013

Be prepared to face common complications and discuss treatment options with clients when you've identified cataract development in canine patients.

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Audio: Communicating with grieving clients

December 2, 2013

Understanding the stages of grief and communicating effectively with grieving clients is key to breaking bad news.

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Have You Heard? Essential oil flea preventives: "Natural" does not equate to no worries (Audio)

May 6, 2013

Essential oils' newfound celebrity as flea preventives is bringing to light the differences in oversight of their efficacy and safety.

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Have You Heard? Are cats taking an unhealthy bite out of wildlife?

March 1, 2013

An attempt to put some numbers to the predatory nature of domestic free-ranging cats.

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Have You Heard? Seeing is retrieving

September 6, 2012

Good vision is just as important in dogs as it is in people, as exemplified by a study looking at induced myopia in field trial dogs.

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