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VETTED: Jan 31, 2018
Sharing isn’t always caring—especially when it can harm your patients that purr. Educate your veterinary clients on the dangers posed by permethrin with this free handout.
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VETERINARY MEDICINE: Jan 30, 2018
Veterinary toxicologist lays out the facts on "natural" parasite prevention products.
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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Jan 30, 2018
By dvm360.com staff
Dr. Ray Dillon shares why this ‘juvenile delinquent’ form of heartworm disease causes so much trouble in feline veterinary patients.
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FIRSTLINE: Jan 24, 2018
These are the lessons I learned from the TV show M.A.S.H. that help me at work and at home.
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FIRSTLINE: Jan 23, 2018
Give your hospital focus and strengthen your recommendations to veterinary clients.
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FIRSTLINE: Jan 16, 2018
By dvm360.com staff
5 ways to freshen up flea education at your veterinary practice.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Jan 09, 2018
By dvm360.com staff
We know talking about ticks all day, every day can suck the blood—er, life—right out of you. Perhaps this data and some stories from your veterinary peers will have an idea or two worth latching onto.
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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Jan 05, 2018
By dvm360.com staff
Dr. Clarke Atkins says heartworm disease is the most important disease in dogs in the U.S., and resistance—which is real—doesn’t always stem from the usual geographic suspects.
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VETTED: Dec 26, 2017
Seriously. It’s time to take a stand on these veterinary client noncompliance situations.
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FIRSTLINE: Dec 22, 2017
Your veterinary clients are fed up with their new 'roommates.' Give them the tips and tricks they need to make their property less appealing to unwanted critters.
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VETTED: Dec 21, 2017
To your veterinary clients, it may seem like deer and other wildlife are cute additions to the local landscape, but these transient visitors can pass disease to pets.
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FIRSTLINE: Dec 21, 2017
In pet owners' backyards lurk serious wildlife diseases that can affect pets and people. Have you considered ... ?
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VETERINARY MEDICINE: Dec 19, 2017
"Tick populations seem to be ever-moving, ever-increasing," says veterinary parasitologist Dr. Richard Gerhold.
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VETERINARY MEDICINE: Dec 08, 2017
Much less of an occasional blip and more of a perpetual ping, the tick invasion is already in your area. Help your clients batten down the hatches and protect their pets.
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FIRSTLINE: Dec 08, 2017
By dvm360.com staff
We can do better than, “Look, it doesn’t mean your dog has a tick-borne disease, but it doesn’t not mean that.”