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While many pets do well with a missing limb after an injury or illness, veterinarians and pet-lovers have long been interested in pursuing other possibilities for these animals. The falling prices of 3-D printing are bringing new possibilities into range. From Veterinary Practice News: Prosthetics can be used for a … Continue reading Modern medicine: Falling prices up interest in prosthetic limbs for pets
The famous Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show runs today and Tuesday in Manhattan. It has long-been a must-watch for many dog-lovers, some who cheer on their favorite breeds and others who laugh at the whole event. Whichever camp you’re in, you may have noticed changing trends over recent years in … Continue reading Westminster: Enjoy the show, but think before adding a puppy
Are you prepared to discuss all pet cancer treatment options with your veterinary clients when you diagnose a malignancy in one of your patients? The better informed your practice’s pet-owners are, the better decisions they will be able to make for their animals companions. That’s especially true for those clients … Continue reading Tips for discussing pet cancer treatment options
Meet Alex Hegg (2019) of the Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine, our latest featured veterinary student. Alex was chosen by Nationwide Field Veterinarian Dr. Kristi Yee. Will you share something unexpected you discovered or learned on your path into veterinary medicine? The biggest thing I have discovered is how … Continue reading Three questions for … Purdue’s Alex Hegg
Our latest featured veterinary student is Grace Zhang (2020) of the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine. She was chosen by Nationwide Field Veterinarian Dr. Tonya Sparks. Will you share something unexpected you discovered or learned on your path into veterinary medicine? Don’t be afraid. Be OK with feeling that you … Continue reading Three questions for … VA-MA’s Grace Zhang