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Video: Don't stress out your cat!

VETERINARY MEDICINE : Nov 12, 2014

Are you committing any of these feline stress-inducing faux pas?

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Journal Scan: Butorphanol vs. buprenorphine for postop pain control in cats

VETERINARY MEDICINE : Nov 05, 2014

Find out in which situations these analgesics are most effective.

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CVC Highlight: What influences diabetic remission in cats

VETERINARY MEDICINE : Nov 01, 2014

A look at which factors might make spontaneous normalization of glycemic control more likely in one of your feline patients.

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Idea Exchange: Faster than a speeding bullet, the cat is in the carrier

VETERINARY MEDICINE : Nov 01, 2014

The blind Superman technique helps ease cats into carriers.

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Client handout: How many calories is a mouse?

VETERINARY MEDICINE : Sep 18, 2014

Ever wonder how a mouse would factor on the Weight Watchers "point" system? It may help clients with overweight cats.

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Cat carriers: Turn fright cages into friendly furniture

VETERINARY ECONOMICS : Sep 01, 2014

How to get more cats to your veterinary practice with treats and cat naps—in the right spots.

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3 ways to be a better listener in the veterinary exam room

VETERINARY ECONOMICS : Aug 22, 2014

First tip: Don't interrupt, says Dr. Elizabeth Colleran at CVC Kansas City.

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Journal Scan: How effective are buprenorphine’s analgesic effects in cats?

VETERINARY MEDICINE : Aug 20, 2014

This article provides an overview of the analgesic effects of buprenorphine in cats.

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Journal Scan: Uremic gastropathy in cats with kidney disease: does it exist?

VETERINARY MEDICINE : Aug 06, 2014

A study looks at whether cats with chronic kidney disease are more likely to develop gastric pathology as a result of uremia.

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Client handouts: Top 10 stress triggers for dogs and cats

VETERINARY MEDICINE : Aug 01, 2014

Download these handouts to help clients learn how to best handle their pets.