Urology & Renal Medicine
This series will help veterinary nurses understand the most effective way to guide clients through common questions, with key communication tips along the way.
Personal/Professional DevelopmentEuthanasia is not just a medical event, it is a complex procedure. Emotions are high all around and communication and empathy are your biggest allies.
BehaviorBecause behavior issues can negatively impact the human-animal bond, it’s important to discuss and address them as early as possible.
Practice ManagementImproving your clinic’s ability to provide thoughtful, detailed postoperative instruction helps to ensure a more smooth recovery for the pet, the owner, and your clinic.
Practice ManagementThe COVID-19 pandemic created a laundry list of challenges for veterinary teams, but some of these challenges could turn into opportunities for improved client support moving forward.
As veterinary nurses, we are in a unique position to help alleviate many of our clients’ fears about anesthesia and reduce the stress of a surgical event for them and their pet.
Veterinary nurses play a very important role in educating the client about cataracts in dogs and the options for sight-restoration.
Emergency Medicine/Critical Care
This article will focus on the questions to ask when faced with uncertain seizure events in pets, as well as tips for keeping the pet owner calm and helping them to maintain a safe environment for their pet.
Oral disease is one of the most prevalent diseases in dogs and cats, yet 80% of companion animals do not receive dental care at the veterinary hospital.