Zoonosis A dead puppy, a hostile client and a potential zoonosis: What to do? VETTED: Jan 31, 2017 By Andrew Rollo, DVM This veterinary team was concerned that a client's baby had been exposed to leptospirosis—but the pet owner was threatening to sue. Here’s how it all went down. Your Veterinary Voice Episode 10: Jenifer Chatfield, DVM, DACZM VETTED: Jan 26, 2017 By Brendan Howard, Business Channel Director, Jenifer Chatfield, DVM, DACZM Chatfield shares her tips on finding an alternative career in veterinary medicine, her worries about the next big zoonotic disease, and her all-American approach to pet ownership. Not your grandpa's canine leptospirosis cases VETERINARY MEDICINE: Jan 19, 2017 By Sarah J. Wooten, DVM My how things have changed regarding which dogs to suspect this infectious disease in, how to diagnose it and more. Just Ask the Expert: The patient is receiving preventives, but still picked up worms? VETERINARY MEDICINE: Jan 03, 2017 By Richard Gerhold, DVM, MS, PhD Veterinary parasitologist Richard Gerhold sets the record straight about monthly preventive medications and the possibility of pets still picking up parasites. The changing face of canine leptospirosis VETERINARY MEDICINE: Dec 05, 2016 By Justine Lee, DVM; DACVECC; DABT; CEO, VETgirl, Mindy Valcarcel, Editor, Medicine Channel Director Do you know which dogs are most commonly found to be infected these days? Get up to date on when to be suspicious in your veterinary patients. Got a methicillin-resistant derm case? Take a deep breath, and culture VETERINARY MEDICINE: Oct 27, 2016 By Melissa Hall, DVM, DACVD Veterinary dermatologist Dr. Melissa Hall takes the "Oh, mercy!" out of MRSA. Kansas State researchers investigate the threat of influenza from amphibians DVM360 MAGAZINE: Aug 09, 2016 By dvm360.com staff Equine flu. Canine flu. Now do we have to worry about the frog flu, too? Letter to dvm360: Why are we still ignoring One Health? DVM360 MAGAZINE: Jun 15, 2016 By Michael Lairmore, DVM, PhD Veterinarians aren't just for cats and dogs. They're crucial to human health and global security, says UC Davis dean, and should be partners with physicians, farmers and world leaders more than ever before. Could leptospirosis be headlining in a town near you? VETERINARY MEDICINE: Jun 13, 2016 By Kathryn Primm, DVM Study indicates the risk for this zoonotic disease in veterinary patients can have seasonal and spatial distribution, especially in areas of rainfall. K-State veterinary researchers create new method of avian influenza vaccine development DVM360 MAGAZINE: May 28, 2015 By Julie Scheidegger Testing shows method may extend beyond poultry to pigs, cattle and sheep. New studies in veterinary internal medicine: Bacterial infections DVM360 MAGAZINE: Mar 19, 2015 By Anthony P. Carr, Dr. med. vet., DACVIM The latest information on bacterial contamination of fluid bags and ports, plus new tests for leptospirosis. Help pet owners protect themselves from tick-borne diseases dvm360.com: Feb 19, 2015 By dvm360.com staff Your veterinary team provides the first line of defense when it comes to giving pet owners information about tick-borne diseases. The circle of life—and professional identity as veterinarians DVM360 MAGAZINE: Dec 16, 2014 By Suzanne Parsel, DVM, MBA 10 steps to respond to an unstable veterinary business model. Veterinarians are the other family doctor VETERINARY MEDICINE: Nov 25, 2014 By Kate Hodgson, DVM, MHSc, CCMEP Help clients see you as a resource for the health of their whole family. Texas nurse is Ebola-free; healthy Bentley released back into her care DVM360 MAGAZINE: Nov 03, 2014 By Julie Scheidegger Although possibly exposed to deadly virus, Cavalier King Charles spaniel tested negative for Ebola throughout 21-day quarantine. « First « Previous 1 2 3 4 5 ... 14 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?