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How veterinarians can maintain peak performance in racehorses

July 1, 2014

AAEP guidelines offer clinical direction for veterinarians when treating these premier equine athletes.

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Spotted at a veterinary symposium: The usual suspects

July 1, 2014

These hand-raisers, head-bobbers and other annoying specimens are impossible to miss at veterinary CE conferences.

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Why veterinarians should be more like a Louisiana shoeshiner

July 1, 2014

If my veterinary clients feel half as good as I did after visiting the 'Michael Jordan of shoeshines,' I'll be thrilled.

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10 ways to be a successful entrepreneur in veterinary medicine

July 1, 2014

No matter what the endeavor, don't be afraid to listen to your gut and take a leap of faith to achieve veterinary business success.

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Veterinarians should alert clients to the top 5 toxins in companion birds

July 1, 2014

These common household items could put your veterinary clients' pets at risk of illness—or even death.

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VCA West Los Angeles Animal Hospital partners with UCLA Health System to provide veterinary care for pets

July 1, 2014

Partnership launches two new veterinary programs to help provide care for patients' pets and hospital therapy dogs.

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Michigan State hires Drs. Julie Funk, Vilma Yuzbasiyan-Gurkan as associate deans

July 1, 2014

Additions enhance female leadership, raise profile of veterinary research, food safety.

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Utah state veterinarian resigns after controversy

July 1, 2014

Bruce L. King, DVM, steps down amidst probe into allegations of misconduct brought by a former employee.

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Resource-guarding: Are veterinarians lost in interspecies translation?

July 1, 2014

This catchall phrase used to describe aggressive behavior in dogs can actually do more harm than good.

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