Dr. Robert M. Miller recounts several memorable Christmas Eve emergency calls.
Put your own mark on your dosimetry badge.
A reader tip for signaling a veterinary patient's passing.
Veterinary practices have scant guidance on using the drug in dogs.
Improper care is the No. 1 reason reptiles are brought into the veterinary clinic.
Creating a low-stress environment will not only make your patients and their owners happy, but will also help decrease the risk of injury to you and your staff.
Clients afraid of the anesthesia necessary for dental care in their senior pets? Listen to this.
How often do you perform CPR in your veterinary practice? If discomfort with the process is your concern, here are some guidelines to help.
With individualized anesthesia protocols and appropriate monitoring, veterinary dental procedures are safer than ever before. Now, all senior patients can enjoy the benefits of good dental care.
As we make big new plans for Veterinary Medicine, it seems fitting to look back at the other key transformations in the veterinary profession and the 110 years that the publication has served it.