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Breaking Down Veterinary Practice Acts and Our CredentialsWhen discussing these issues, it is helpful to ensure that we all have a good understanding of each aspect of our credential to have a productive discussion.
Bridging the Generational Communication DivideUnderstanding communication preferences can improve relationships with clients and coworkers.
Trends in Dog Training MethodsWhile some training methods that have been popularized on television may produce quick results, they also may create stress for the pet or damage the human-animal bond.
Counseling Clients on Food Bowl Selection: What’s the Dish?Improper selection and maintenance of pet food bowls could create an unsafe environment for pets and people.
Educating Clients About Flea PreventionA wide range of preventives and treatments exist to help prevent flea infestation and associated issues.
“Why Does My Dog Have Itchy Skin?”Dogs with itchy (pruritic) skin are seen on a daily basis; honing your history taking and communication skillsets can help you deduce the underlying cause(s).
Superficial Thermal Modalities: Heat and Cold Therapy Effects and UsesThermotherapy in rehabilitation includes modalities such as whirlpool immersion, cold compression, and more.
Nasal Lymphoma in a CatThis case report describes the treatment of a cat diagnosed with nasal lymphoma, which is uncommon in cats compared with all types of neoplasia.
Emergency Medicine/Critical Care
The Evidence for Checklists and Patient Care Bundles in Veterinary NursingAreas of opportunity exist for the creation and use of checklists and patient care bundles in the veterinary ICU to improve the quality of care for critical patients.
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