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Filling the nutrition gap: A veterinary order for supplemented stored forages

June 1, 2014

When horses can't graze on nutrient-rich grass, veterinarians may supplement with fat-soluble vitamins to preserving health and immunity.

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Prosperity hinges on the veterinary client experience

June 1, 2014

With a growing number of veterinary provider options, sustaining relationships is more important than ever for retaining clients.

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No new veterinary program for University of Arizona—yet

June 1, 2014

State Senate votes against appropriations amendment to fund new state program.

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Facebook fallout: Comments spark conflict between veterinarians

June 1, 2014

After his employees made unsavory remarks about a neighboring veterinarian on his clinic's Facebook page, this practice owner faced accusations of unprofessional conduct.

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Veterinarians, don't let your horse trainer break her elbow...

June 1, 2014

Tuna fish, peanut butter, pregnancy symptoms, a gas-induced elbow fracture—sounds like the makings of one wild commercial.

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Preserving immune function: Fat-soluble vitamins play a key role

June 1, 2014

Veterinarians should exercise caution to ensure supplements are provided at proper levels.

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New veterinary guidelines: The latest in equine parasite control

June 1, 2014

Changes in parasite biology have inspired the AAEP to reevaluate its control protocols. The following summarizes its new guidelines and details practical recommendations veterinarians can implement.

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Pets and Vets: Alaska university accused of failing to provide sufficient veterinary care to resident musk oxen

June 1, 2014

USDA alleges violations of the Animal Welfare Act after 12 musk oxen died at a university facility.

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New novel pits local clinic against big veterinary chain

June 1, 2014

In Dog Gone, Back Soon, veterinarian and best-selling author Nick Trout brings second installment of Dr. Cyrus Mills' story to life.

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