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Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

Veterinarians employ different approaches to care for the country cat and the city cat

May 1, 2014

The obstacles to regular veterinary care are often the same for the scruffy barn cat as the pampered high-rise feline. The solution may be to use different tactics to get culturally different cat owners to comply.

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C is for cost: Cat care in crisis

April 21, 2014

Get past clients' bias against spending money on veterinary services for cats with the dvm360 Leadership Challenge.

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Infectious disease on the rise in dogs and cats, Banfield reports

April 15, 2014

State of Pet Health Report shows sizable increases in FIV, Lyme disease infection.

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Client handout: Protect your pet from common dangers

February 24, 2014

Chocolate and grapes may be delicious to your clients—and lilies may be beautiful—but clients may not know they can be toxic to pets.

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Veterinary health community marks World Rabies Day Sept. 28

September 27, 2013

Events will be held worldwide and across the United States.

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Association for Pet Obesity Prevention calls on veterinarians to collect data Oct. 9

September 26, 2013

Seventh annual study hopes to better quantify obesity prevalence in cats and dogs.

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Tufts researchers say TNR is not most effective method to control feral cat population

September 23, 2013

A computer simulation model supports trap-vasectomy-hysterectomy-release.

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CATalyst Council to connect veterinarians with cat-adopting clients

July 26, 2013

New program e-mails health records to Portland-area veterinarians for post-adoption exams.

Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

Veterinary parasitologists warn of high tick risk

May 16, 2013

Conditions favorable for parasite populations to thrive; year-round preventives urged.

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