As our pets age, we typically focus on the physical changes that are likely to arise. However, we should also be aware of the possibility of changes to cognition and should be equipped to recognize, diagnose, and manage cognitive dysfunction syndrome.
Our pets are our constant companions. They love us unconditionally, just as we love them. But what happens when that loves becomes codependence?
Service dogs, working dogs, therapy dogs, emotional support dogs. What are the differences between these working “paw-fessionals?
Regardless of your facility’s proximity to an external laboratory, it’s worth considering the merit of in-house labs.
Beyond the concern for canine health, MDR in canine hookworms could present a serious threat to human health. Learn More.
Echinococcus tapeworm infections are starting to become more common in areas of Canada and the United States where they had not been recognized previously.
An in-house ultrasound is an invaluable resource for any veterinary practice. When considering how to integrate ultrasound into your practice, consider these keys to success.
The world of veterinary diagnostics is constantly changing. As technology continues to advance, it’s worth reevaluating your current x-ray setup and determining whether to invest in an upgrade.
Our canine companions can suffer from canine compulsive disorder (CCD), a disorder very similar in nature to human OCD.
What if we had a world of mental health PPE? What would that look like? What are the things we should be doing daily to make sure our mental health is as good as it can be?
When it comes to mental health and wellbeing, many of us utilize different strategies and techniques to take care of ourselves; these methods range greatly from meditation, to exercise, to crafts, to journaling.
When you start with dental radiography, be kind to yourself! Instead of trying for perfection, aim to get what we need for diagnostics.