Happy Monday! This week I’ll be sharing my QandAs with two veterinary students. The first is Chase Cromwell of the College of Veterinary Medicine at Oregon State University (Class of 2019). I’ll have another student featured on Thursday, so check back to see who’s next! Can you share something unexpected … Continue reading Three questions for … Oregon State CVM’s Chase Cromwell
If you want to know the history of pet health insurance in the United States, the person you need to talk to is Linda Markland. That’s because Linda, an RVT, has been a key player in the industry since there was just one company — Veterinary Pet Insurance, now Nationwide®. … Continue reading WVC honors Nationwide’s Linda Markland, RVT
We’ve been training new field veterinarians at Nationwide Pet, preparing another generation of educators to help veterinary students understand how pet health insurance works, and how recommending it to clients supports the work of the veterinary profession. The training means I’ve been traveling more than usual, which I’ve kind of … Continue reading Three questions for …. Emily Douciere, LSU SVM
I know I’ve mentioned it before, but visiting with veterinary students is one of the best parts of my job as Chief Veterinary Medical Officer at Nationwide. I love visiting our schools and colleges of veterinary medicine, too! Recently I’ve hop-skipped across the country visiting with the next generations of … Continue reading Three questions for … Iowa State’s Rachael Ostrem
We asked a simple question in our Nationwide® Brachycephalic Breed Disease Prevalence Study: Are Bulldogs, French Bulldogs, Pugs and other such brachycelphalic breeds as healthy, more healthy or less healthy than other dogs across a range of conditions common to all dogs? The answer, in brief, is less healthy, based … Continue reading French Bulldogs and more: Taking the temperature on brachycephalic health
Every year at Nationwide we take a look back at the previous year and the top 10 veterinary visits, based on our claims. Can you guess what they are? Here’s the information we just released to the veterinary community: While common issues such as Allergic Dermatitis and Otitis Externa are … Continue reading What’s No. 1 on Nationwide’s top 10 veterinary visits lists?