NewsThe COVID-19 crisis has brought new challenges for veterinary nurses. Telemedicine is a technology that could help clinics cope.
NewsMany people are suffering from anxiety due to the global coronavirus pandemic. Veterinary professionals have an extra burden — in addition to coping with the challenges of their own daily lives, they must remain calm, collected and compassionate with frazzled pet owners. Here are a few tips for alleviating some of the stress veterinary team members may be experiencing.
NewsTVN’s editor-in-chief Kara Burns recommends that veterinary nurses advise their clients to avoid taking their dogs to dog parks during the COVID-19 pandemic.
NewsLap of Love veterinarians specialize in end of life and geriatric veterinary care and can help answer questions that go along with providing the best care for a beloved senior pet. They are available for teleadvice appointments via phone or Skype, whichever the pet parent prefers.
NewsVeterinarian clinics are continuing to help animals during COVID-19 crisis, but have also been forced to make changes to their normal procedures.
NewsThe new coronavirus, which causes COVID-19, can remain viable on surfaces for days, emphasizing the importance of sanitization in veterinary hospitals and clinics.
The new AVMA guidelines for use of PPE when demand exceeds supply during the COVID-19 pandemic address questions about how to do that while still protecting personnel.
Pet owners are reaching out to their veterinarians to ask about the risks of COVID-19 as it relates to their pets.