Parasitology The many reasons why pet owners may not be compliant with heartworm prevention : Nov 02, 2018 By Virbac Corporation ADVERTISEMENTOne of the biggest hurdles—if not the biggest one—in eliminating heartworm infection is pet owner compliance with preventive guidelines. Oh no! A new tick species we have to worry about in the U.S. VETERINARY MEDICINE: Oct 16, 2018 By Richard Gerhold, DVM, MS, PhD The Asian longhorned tick is relatively small, but hardy, causing trouble for pets, wildlife, livestock and humans. Letters to dvm360: Column on natural vs. prescription parasite prevention misses key points DVM360 MAGAZINE: Oct 16, 2018 By dvm360.com staff Not surprisingly, a Dr. Marc Rosenberg column about two veterinarians who disagree over the best way to prevent fleas and ticks in veterinary patients has inspired more debate. dvm360 product report: FDA approves NexGard for Lyme prevention, plus more product news DVM360 MAGAZINE: Oct 05, 2018 By dvm360.com staff VetVance, Scratchpay, Wedgewood and VetSource round out our regular product rundown. American Heartworm Society releases 2018 canine heartworm guidelines DVM360 MAGAZINE: Sep 25, 2018 By dvm360.com staff New priorities include clarifying testing recommendations and avoiding shortcuts during treatment. FDA alerts veterinarians, pet owners about neurologic risks associated with isoxazolines DVM360 MAGAZINE: Sep 20, 2018 By dvm360.com staff Newest class of flea and tick preventive generates reports of muscle tremors, ataxia, seizures; agency says products still safe for majority of animals. Veterinary parasites to be concerned about VETERINARY MEDICINE: Sep 17, 2018 By Richard Gerhold, DVM, MS, PhD Specialist says, "take your pick." Yeah, there are that many. Banfield: Flea allergy dermatitis up 67% in cats, 13% in dogs in past 10 years DVM360 MAGAZINE: Sep 14, 2018 By Kristi Reimer Fender, News Channel Director State of Pet Health Report highlights rise in prevalence that parallels increase in flea infestations in veterinary patients. Prescription vs. natural: A clash over parasite products DVM360 MAGAZINE: Sep 07, 2018 By Marc Rosenberg, VMD A veterinarian recommending only natural flea and tick prevention is reported to her state board. Will her approach be deemed negligent or merely incomplete? Client handout: You know your kitten is bugged, right? VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Aug 30, 2018 By Kathryn Primm, DVM Help enforce the importance of parasite prevention for new kitten owners with this printable handout. 3 simple strategies to talk heartworms FIRSTLINE: Aug 24, 2018 By Ronald Hamilton, BSc, DVM Add some oomph to your heartworm prevention conversations with these tips. Warning to any bee hobbyist veterinary clients: Bee populations affect each other VETERINARY MEDICINE: Aug 06, 2018 By dvm360.com staff In an effort to help sustain bee populations, buzz buffs could unintentionally do harm since these social insects can transmit disease with devastating results. How bundling preventives can boost compliance (and profits) FIRSTLINE: Jul 27, 2018 By Meghan Bingham, CVPM Within one year, compliance for heartworm and flea and tick preventives at our veterinary practice went from 39 to 62 percent. Your client’s yard has been treated for fleas and ticks, so they’re good, right? DVM360 MAGAZINE: Jul 17, 2018 By Katie James, dvm360 Associate Content Specialist Residential lawn care companies heavily advertise treatments that reportedly keep fleas and ticks at bay this time of year—but do they work, and are they safe for your veterinary patients? Can that lawn service replace the use of flea and tick preventives? VETERINARY MEDICINE: Jul 12, 2018 By Michael Nappier, DVM, DABVP Companies heavily advertise their flea- and tick-repelling sprays this time of year. Are your clients buying the hype? 1 2 3 4 5 ... 51 Next » Last » Hot topics on dvm360Petco bans pet food and treats with artificial ingredients Oh no! A new tick species we have to worry about in the U.S. What's Amazon doing in the pet consumables market? NAVTA recognizes new veterinary technician specialty dvm360 Investigative Report: Where have all the good dogs gone?