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The new normal

The New Normal

Whilst the demand for veterinary care has increased, staffing shortages have ravaged the veterinary field.

Multitasking in Veterinary Medicine

Multitasking! Let’s Be Realistic!

What is multitasking and how does it relate to complex tasks like dentistry and anesthesia?

Troubled Veterinarian

Not One More Vet

This Suicide Prevention Day we want to make sure we address an incredibly important movement: Not One More Vet.

Dental Blocks

Dental Blocks: Are They Right for Your Patient? (The answer is “yes”)

Any complete anesthetic and pain management plan should include regional analgesia or freezing. With proper training, regional analgesia is a powerful tool and well within a technician’s a scope of practice to perform.

woman at computer head in hands

Cyberbullying in Veterinary Medicine

In this day and age, cyberbullying is inevitable. What veterinary professionals can do.

Dog getting Teeth Examined

Anesthesia for Dentistry

Learn about safety through, what is often, a prolonged anesthesia, pain management, and an effective dentistry.

Vet Technician in Surgery

Becoming a Veterinary Technician Specialist

RVTs can further their training by pursuing a specialty and earning the title of Veterinary Technician Specialist (VTS).

cat scratching

Why I Love to Treat Feline Atopy!

Since atopy is for the life of the cat it is essential to devise a treatment plan that will work both for the owner and the patient.

Two technicians talking.

Someone to Watch Over Me

Medicine is always changing and improving so we need to always be changing and improving. Mentoring can help us accomplish this.

Cat Scratching

Allergy Immunotherapy in the Atopic Dog and Cat-Still a Viable Option

In veterinary medicine we are fortunate to have methods to determine pets’ allergies intradermal skin testing or serum testing. The real question is, “what to do with that information once I have it?”

BAS Breeds

Corrective Surgeries for Brachycephalic Airway Syndrome

In this article, learn about the breeds prone to Brachycephalic Airway Syndrome and the surgical techniques that can make a difference.

Veterinarian reviewing dental xray

The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly: Correcting Issues in Dental Radiography

In this article, quickly review the basics of dental imaging and then spend some time learning how to identify and correct radiographic issues.