1.) Why is cardiology an important part of a veterinary practice?
Approximately 10% of all dogs and cats have heart disease and the estimates are significantly higher in older pet populations. Approximately 30% of dogs with heart disease will develop heart failure. Canine chronic valvular disease is reportedly the 4th most common cause of death in... Read More
1.) Why is ophthalmology an important part of a veterinary practice?
Besides being really cool, eyes are a really important part of general practice. Ocular disease is exceedingly common in small animals and is routinely underdiagnosed. By learning to recognize ocular disease and initiate treatment, you can grow your practice and save many animals from sight... Read More
Written By Dr. Mia Cary
Most of us within the veterinary profession agree that individual practitioner wellbeing and student debt are two of the most important issues facing our profession.
[caption id="attachment_7267" align="alignright" width="250"] Dr. Mia Cary NAVC Chief Innovation Officer Veterinary Innovation Council Executive Director[/caption]
Another topic that is receiving a great deal of attention... Read More
Are you a past, current or future pet owner willing to share your thoughts on the potential of veterinary telehealth? If so please share your perspectives via this short, anonymous survey that will only take a few minutes to complete.
Veterinary Telehealth encompasses a broad variety of technologies and tactics to deliver virtual medical, health, and... Read More
Tuesday, February 7 at 1:00 PM | Hyatt, Orlando L
The American Veterinary Medical Association and the Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges invite you to an update on the Fix the Debt Initiative, at the NAVC Conference 2017!
Life’s not a motion picture, and veterinary students can’t edit out the accumulation of student debt by leaving their college years on the cutting-room... Read More