10 Things Your Vet Wants You to Know about Banamine
As equine veterinarians, we use Banamine® on a regular basis. Many horse people make a point to keep this medication on-hand “for emergencies.” But what does it actually do? What are the side effects? When and how is the best way to give it?
How to Create An Emergency Vet Fund
HOW TO FIND MONEY TO CREATE AN EMERGENCY VET FUND Having your household emergency fund set up is a very important part of being financially responsible. However, what about your Emergency Vet Fund?…
10 Websites Your Vet Wishes You Knew About
Dr. Andy Roark lists 10 of his favorite pet websites for information about animal health and care.
Veterinary Q&A: How to find a good vet
Veterinarian Jennifer Mills Buchanan performs surgeryon a cat. Photo courtesy of Seattle Humane Society Carl Ware, chief operating officer at Pilchuck Veterinary Hospital in Snohomish, and Dr. Carin Smith, an author, consultant, trainer and speaker in Central Washington, who works with veterinarians to improve their practices, answer this week's questions Question: Generally, what separates a good vet from a mediocre vet? What separates an extraordinary vet…
20 Ways to Drive Your Vet Crazy!
I recently asked veterinary surgeons from across the globe on an online forum to tell me their top three pet hates (pardon the pun) about veterinary clients and the behaviours that drive them crazy…
How To Prepare Your Dog for a Trip to the Vet or Groomer
Bringing your dog to the vet or groomer is a bit like bringing a child to the dentist: it’s important, it’s necessary, but most of them don’t like it. Learn how to prepare them and keep them relaxed.
Why Are Vet Bills Higher Than They Used to Be?
The reasons behind the high cost of veterinary visits are numerous. In general, owners are demanding a better standard of care than they used to and this obviously costs more than “old school” veterinary medicine. Learn some of the other reasons why vet bills are higher than they used to be.
Petiquette: 10 Ways to Annoy Everyone in the Vet Clinic
Do you follow the unwritten rules of vet clinic petiquette? Dr. Andy Roark tells how to elicit eye rolls, lose friends, and annoy others in the waiting room.
Colic: What Should I Do Until the Vet Gets Here?
An equine critical care specialist shares advice for dealing with a colic while waiting for your vet.
Tips for a fear free vet visit
Tips for a fear-free vet visit with Dr. Marty Becker. Find out if your veterinary practice is AAHA-accredited by visiting www.aaha.org
Vet Tips for Healthy Pets
February 25, 2015 - NAZ Today provides tips to keep pets healthy.
My Cat is Perfectly Healthy: Why Should I See a Vet?
Whether healthy or not, all cats should see their veterinarian at least once a year. Regular examinations are the best way to ensure that your cat is protected against preventable illnesses and to detect medical problems early.
FIV-Positive Cat Adoption: Why This Vet Recommends It
Dr. Patty Khuly dispels fears about feline immunodeficiency virus — sometimes called feline AIDS — and explains why she strongly believes in FIV cat adoption.
What Dog Breed Is Your Vet?
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How to get your cat to the Vet
Dr. Julie Magyar of Riverside Veterinary Clinic in Radford, VA, demonstrates safe and effective methods of getting you cat into his or her carrier.
What to Do Before You Get to the Vet in 11 Cat Emergency Situations
Some health crises need immediate veterinary attention, but your attention is also crucial.
The Employment Guide® Combats Veteran Unemployment with Jobs for Veter
Norfolk, VA (PRWEB) November 07, 2012 The Employment Guide®, a division of Dominion Enterprises, is following up the popularity of its "Putting Veterans Back to Work" showcase by expanding it int
Busted: What a Vet Exam Can Reveal About a Dog's Home
Every now and again, the sleuthing Dr. Nancy Kay does to diagnose what is ailing her patient ends up revealing some unexpected and sometimes embarrassing information about her clients.
Advice To New Vets. My Top 10.
Pickles prep for neuter. Scabby Katie watches on. I have owned my clinic, Jarrettsville Veterinary Center, for 12 years. I have hired...
Ask a Vet: Trends in Holistic Veterinary Medicine
Dr. Jyl is at the American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association Annual Conference with some information on the latest trends in holistic veterinary medicine.