Successful behavior modification requires more than one “ingredient.” In this audio clip from CVC, behavior expert Melissa Spooner discusses how Composure, a nutritional supplement and behavior modification soup ingredient, can be used in your veterinary practice.
You don't have an ultrasound machine in your veterinary practice yet, but you're thinking that it might be ideal for that case that just walked into your door. Here's one imaging expert's guidance on which cases are mostly likely to yield diagnostic results.
Some DVMs are weak on supplements, with pet owners doing their own questionable research and dosing and feeding their pets accordingly for such conditions as cancer, osteoarthritis and kidney disease. It's high time for you to dig into the science, says Dr. Ernie Ward, and see how they can help with pets' chronic conditions.
Veterinarians diligently recommend and prescribe heartworm preventives to control heartworm disease. Yet, heartworm infection is an ever-increasing problem. Because mosquitoes are the only known vector of Dirofilaria immitis, controlling mosquitoes through the use of an insecticide like Vectra® 3D should help control heartworm transmission much in the same way that targeting vectors has been used successfully to control vector-transmitted diseases in people.