• Profiles in Leadership - Deborah A. Stone

    Profiles in Leadership is an NAVC feature that provides insight into the bright minds of leaders in the global veterinary healthcare community. [caption id="attachment_18280" align="alignright" width="184"] Deborah A. Stone, MBA, PHD, CVPM[/caption] Deborah Stone owns and operates Stone Veterinary Practice Management and VetWorldMedia based in Austin, Texas. She has been involved with the veterinary profession for nearly thirty... Read More

    Profiles in Leadership - Mark Russak

    Profiles in Leadership is an NAVC feature that provides insight into the bright minds of leaders in the global veterinary healthcare community. [caption id="attachment_17827" align="alignright" width="230"] Mark Russak, DVM[/caption] Dr. Russak is past president of AAHA. He earned both his bachelor’s degree and DVM from Colorado State University, and his certificate in veterinary practice administration from the... Read More

    Profiles in Leadership - Audrey Cook

    Profiles in Leadership is a monthly Connect2Care feature that provides insight into the bright minds of leaders in the global veterinary healthcare community. Dr. Cook is an Associate Professor of Small Animal Internal Medicine at Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences. [caption id="attachment_17723" align="alignright" width="230"] Audrey K. Cook, BVM&S, MRCVS, DACVIM, DECVIM, DABVP (Feline)[/caption] She... Read More

    Profiles in Leadership - Brad Case & Howard Seim

    Profiles in Leadership is a monthly Connect2Care feature that provides insight into the bright minds of leaders in the global veterinary healthcare community. Brad Case, DVM, MS, DACVS and Howard B. Seim III, DVM, DACVS are co-presenters at NAVC Discovery, Buffalo, NY, July 29-August 2, 2017. Modeled after the NAVC Institute, NAVC Discovery is a new event,... Read More

    Dr. Sonya Gordon Discusses the Importance of Cardiology

    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

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