Sun, Water, & Safety in the Sweet Summertime

Let’s look at some of the safety concerns for our family members on four paws!

Getting Started RVTs & Ultrasound: Knobology

Although learning to capture representative images does take time and commitment – it is certainly very doable. Marla MacKay discusses in our 3rd article in the series RVTs & Ultrasound: Knobology.

Allergen-Specific Immunotherapy

Traditional allergy treatments aim to alleviate symptoms associated with the allergy. Instead, ASIT aims to alter or reverse immune response but where to start and what does treatment look like?

5 Things To Consider When Choosing An IV Pump

Tasha McNerney, CVT, CVPP, VTS explores 5 key things to consider when selecting a Fluid Pump that fits your unique practice.

Anything But Straight Forward: A Journey with Bisecting Angle Technique

Mastering the bisecting angle technique can be anything but straight forward sometimes. Amy Birchall, RVT, takes us on her journey of mastering her angles

Blood Smear : Hematology in the Point-of-Care Lab

Hematology in the Point-of-Care Lab

In recent years digital slide scanning has given veterinary professionals the option of point-of-care CBC pathologist review via remote consultation with board certified veterinary clinical pathologists. Learn More.

Urine Analysis Veterinary Medicine

Why Do a Urinalysis?

A urinalysis is a quick, safe, and easy screening test that provides invaluable information regarding pet health. Learn More.

Ultrasound and RVTs – Getting Started

Performing diagnostic ultrasound scans can generate new revenue, free up veterinarian’s time, and add to the job satisfaction of the technician. But how do we make this a reality?

measuring the Years Success for your veterinary practice

Measuring The Years Success

Has your practice had a good year? With the year coming to a close, it’s important to look back on your practice’s performance. Here are a few things to consider when reflecting on 2022.

Holiday Hazards for Pets

Ho, Ho, Ho, Uh oh! Winter Holiday Hazards

As veterinary professionals, we need to have a good understanding of what toxins are problematic and what diagnostic tools are needed to help us understand our patient’s status.


Originally leptospirosis affected mostly sporting, working, or herding dogs with extensive outdoor exposure, but smaller breeds and shelter dogs now also appear at increased risk.

Navigating Student Loans for Veterinary Technicians

Navigating Student Loans

Although veterinary student debt is often discussed in the media, student debt among veterinary technologists, technicians, and nurses is often overlooked.