VETERINARY MEDICINE, Feb 1, 2007 - Veterinary Medicine
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VETERINARY MEDICINE, Feb 1, 2007
Features
Pediatric dentistry: An overview of common problems you'll see in practice
By Brook A. Niemiec, DVM, DAVDC, FAVD
This article focuses on the more common oral and dental problems diagnosed during the pediatric dental period. Some of these problems are quite similar to problems seen in adult patients, while others are confined to younger patients.
Understanding rabbit behavior and preventing and treating behavior problems
By Sharon L. Crowell-Davis, DVM, PhD, DACVB
If a pet rabbit frequently thumps, this indicates that the environment is too stimulating or threatening.
Departments
An Interview with Bernard E. Rollin
This bioethicist and philosophy professor is on a mission to improve the lives of all animals and emphasizes communication as key in this process. "People skills can make the difference between life and death for an animal."
Toxicology Brief: Mushroom poisoning in dogs
By Rhian B. Cope, BVSc, BSc (Hon 1), PhD, DABT
Mushroom poisoning of companion animals, particularly dogs, is a potentially underestimated problem in North America.
Idea Exchange: Business cards show associates are part of the professional team
Instead of having new associates handwrite their names on existing business cards, have a supply of cards printed with their names before they begin at your practice.
Idea Exchange: Reduce waste and collect it at the same time
Rather than just throwing away the inflatable packaging that comes in boxes from our distributors, we cut them open and give them to clients to pick up their dogs' waste on outings.
Idea Exchange: When it comes to in-house testing, just spell it out
Many of us have heard the tip about spelling out colors to remember the number of drops needed for in-house tests.
Mind Over Miller: Observations of a veterinarian's wife
By Robert M. Miller, DVM
I wonder if the loss of camaraderie and fellowship in the profession is due to the diminishing role of the auxiliary.

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