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A Light in the Storm
Hear from TVN’s Editor in Chief on the COVID-19 pandemic and the winners of the NAVC’s Rippie Scholarship.
The Road to Veterinary Nursing
Renaming veterinary technology programs to veterinary nursing programs is a major step for the VNI and the profession.
Alternative Pet Diets: Grain-free, Raw, and Other Trends
Alternative pet diets such as grain-free and gluten-free might be permeating the market, but educating clients on the components of a balanced pet diet will ward off malnutrition.
Cataracts in Dogs: The Importance of Early Detection and Management
Veterinary nurses play a very important role in educating the client about cataracts in dogs and the options for sight-restoration.
Implementing a Patient-Outcome Improvement Plan
Developing a patient-outcome improvement program may be a novel way for your veterinary team to approach the provision of care in a hospital.
AI could be the future of veterinary medicine. Read about how Antech is introducing RenalTech, a predictive platform for CKD in cats.
Locoregional Anesthesia for Small Animal Patients
Pain management has become an integral part of small animal veterinary care, and the use of anesthetics and analgesics are varied and easy to perform.
Chlorfenapyr Poisoning in Dogs: A “Phantom” Toxicosis
When Daisy presented with signs of toxicity after 2 of her animal companions died hours earlier, this veterinary team worked to determine the cause.
Ear Cytology: Sampling, Processing, and Microscopic Evaluation
A guide on when to perform ear cytology, how to collect ear cytology samples, and some of the common findings veterinary nurses encounter in dogs and cats.
Wellness Resources for Veterinary Professionals
Veterinary practices need to start putting employees’ wellbeing as a priority, but it’s up to both workers and management to implement change together.
Mending the Broken: Lifelong Learning Through Restoration
Veterinary nurses have a multitude of specializing career paths following accreditation. Finding one you’re passionate about makes a positive difference in your life, your patients’ lives, and your clients’ lives.
How Veterinary Professionals Can Engage the Modern Client
As pet owners begin to treat their companion animals as family members, they expect a deeper relationship with their veterinary team.