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Lyme disease: How to keep pets—and your veterinary clients—safe

June 1, 2012

Sunny days and a milder winter bring more than an early spring—they may also mean more ticks all over the country. As the threat increases, your role in safeguarding health in your community is more important than ever before.

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Keep veterinary patients warm with rice buddies

June 1, 2012

Keep patients toasty post-surgery with a rice buddy in their kennel.

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A tough pill to swallow

April 1, 2012

Pill your cat and stay on good terms.

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Dental technicians: Filling a vital role in veterinary medicine

February 1, 2012

Specialty training pays off.

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Golden years mean golden veterinary care

December 1, 2011

Whether you need to launch a new senior preventive care program or just give your existing one a boost, use these five steps to help veterinary patients age gracefully.

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Veterinary technician's confession: "I avoided cats"

November 1, 2011

A compliment from one practice client gave me the confidence to get closer to fractious felines.

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Give cats a better practice experience with the kitty burrito

November 1, 2011

Use these steps to safely wrap and restrain a cat.

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Q&A: How can I help obese veterinary patients?

September 1, 2011

Q: What can I do when a pet's number on the scale just won't budge?

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Confidently identify parasites on blood smears

September 1, 2011

Read on for tips to help you prepare a readable blood smear and identify what you see.

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