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UC Davis veterinary surgeons perform uncommon adrenal surgery
Bilateral tumors are rare in dogs, and bilateral laparoscopic adrenalectomy is very rarely performed, according to UC Davis surgeons, which have given one dog a chance at a normal lifespan.
How to talk to owners of obese pets for better patient results
Don’t let a common misperception keep you from initiating a vital medical conversation and perpetuating avoidable suffering of untold millions of pets and owners spending countless millions in preventable pet care costs. Ernie Ward, DVM, offers on-point messaging.
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Can the POW factor help women veterinary practice owners?
Veterinary-centric finance company Calico is backing a new organization, Practice Ownership for Women (POW), to bring together veterinary students, practicing veterinarians, and practice owners to share knowledge, experience, and support.
10 reasons veterinary clients are afraid to say “yes”
How to get pet owners—your customers—to like you, trust you, want to talk to you, and accept your recommendations.
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Why standing tall in the veterinary profession protects your vulnerability
For Marty Becker, DVM, the celebration, protection, and nurturing of the human-animal bond always has defined the cause he finds worth fighting for the most. What keeps you going?
Enter Veterinary Practice News’ 12th Annual They Ate
What?! X-ray contest now!
Show and tell us the horrifying yet impressive things pets at your practice have eaten for a chance to receive $500 and a one-year subscription to Web PACS, a Picture Archiving Communications System valued at $2,400, from contest prize sponsor, IDEXX Laboratories Inc. Submit now, before the entry deadline at 11:59:59 PM ET on Friday, Aug. 18, 2017!
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