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Tools to Streamline Your Practice in 2022
Published on 12/30/21

Supercharge your practice in 2022 with our best lineup of services ever.

Treating Tumors: How The Game Has Changed
Published on 11/12/21

Examining the effectiveness and clinical applications of an injection to treat mast cell tumors from start to finish with no surgery or stitches.

Don't Horse Around with Osteoarthritis!
Published on 9/29/21

It's best to be proactive against equine OA, but what steps should be taken to do so?

Increasing Feline Visits This Fall
Published on 8/30/21

Fall is prime time for feline how do you actually get people to bring them in for a visit?

3 Simple (and Impactful) Social Media Tactics For Every Hospital
Published on 6/17/21

Social media can sometimes feel like a frivolous, optional, time-wasting pursuit in a busy clinic...but are you missing out on an important (and easy) business tactic?

"Hot Spot" Season: Tackling Acute Moist Dermatitis
Published on 6/3/21

Summer? We know it as "hot spot" season....Causes, symptoms, & the most effective short-term and long-term treatments.

Helping Dogs and Cats Relax Naturally with ProQuiet
Published on 5/13/21

Proven safe and effective in three separate studies, ProQuiet could be a great all-natural option for pets experiencing anxiety - including separation anxiety!

Animal Behavior in a Post-COVID World
Published on 5/5/21

The end of the pandemic will bring new challenges in the veterinary field. Find out what those challenges are and how you can address them!

10 Answers To Common Questions About Veterinary Compounding
Published on 4/9/21

Find out all the important info you need to know about veterinary compounding!

Monitoring ETCO2 and Anesthetic Gas in the Companion Animal Clinic
Published on 3/31/21

Monitoring within veterinary medicine has made several leaps and bounds throughout the past 20 years. Arguably the most significant achievements in surgical monitoring have been within the scope of measuring clinically significant gas exchange, specifically pulse oximetry and capnography.

Are Fido and Fluffy in Pain? Unravelling the mystery of pain assessment
Published on 11/17/20

Every day, veterinarians are faced with this fact; our patients are in pain. The identification and treatment of pain in our patients is key to their longevity and quality of life.

Autumn Pet Safety
Published on 10/19/20

Can you smell the pumpkin spice in the air? As the seasonal changes begin to happen around us, there are a few things we should keep in mind to ensure our furry friends stay happy, safe, and healthy this fall.

The Quest for Hidden Savings: All the Small Things
Published on 6/12/20

In the second installment of The Quest for Hidden Savings, let us be your guide for experiencing big savings on the small things you purchase for your practice.

The Quest for Hidden Savings: Concentrate and Distill
Published on 5/27/20

In the first part in The Quest for Hidden Savings series we talk about equipment that may require an initial investment, but will save you money in the long run by allowing you to generate your own O2 and distilled water.

When the New Normal Ends - Preparing for Pet Stress and Anxiety
Published on 5/12/20

With the COVID-19 pandemic, most pets and their owners have had to get use to a new normal. But what happens when that new normal ends and pet owners begin going back to work, school, and socializing? Prepare your clients how to deal with pet stress and anxiety!

Keep a Leash on Diabetes with Proper Insulin Administration
Published on 4/21/20

Diabetes is a common, but manageable condition. However, insulin administration can be a difficult task for pet owners. BD Animal Health shares some tips and resources to help your clients keep a leash on diabetes with proper insulin administration!

Busting 4 Myths of Veterinary Telemedicine: Why Clients Are Willing to Pay
Published on 4/17/20

Veterinarians have offered virtual care for over 100 years. You consult on the phone, answer emails, and exchange text messages with your clients about their animals every day. However, veterinarians have struggled with how to monetize this service - will clients pay? See what Aaron Smiley, DVM has to say about 4 veterinary telemedicine myths!

Pests Don't Practice Social Distancing
Published on 4/14/20

With the current COVID-19 pandemic, it can seem as though life has been put on hold. However, the one thing that your customers can’t afford to put on hold is their pet’s flea, tick, and heartworm preventives.

What Can Social Distancing Look Like in your Practice?
Published on 3/19/20

"Social Distancing"... it's probably a term that you're been hearing a lot as people all around the world try to the flatten the curve of the COVID-19 pandemic, but what could it mean for your practice? If you haven't already put these new policies in place, it's something we'll hope you consider to keep your employees and customers safe.

6 Cleaning and Disinfectant Falsities to Wipe Away
Published on 3/11/20

We know that keeping your patients, customers, and employees healthy is your number one priority. Do your cleaning and disinfectant routines/protocols achieve that? We've gathered 6 falsities that animal health professionals may believe and countered them with the truth.

Tips to Keep Your Dental Game Strong in Your Practice
Published on 2/25/20

Is your dental game strong? No matter where you stand, we have 5 tips you may find handy to keep your dental game strong.

Dental Equipment Maintenance - Protecting Your Investment
Published on 2/11/20

Providing top-notch dental services means keeping your dental system in top-notch condition. Use these do's and don'ts to make sure you're cleaning, maintaining, and operating your dental system correctly while protecting your investment!

Solving the Inventory Management Nightmare: 9 Best Practices
Published on 1/22/20

Is your practice stuck in an Inventory Nightmare? We've got 9 tips to help you get right on track!

Urine Trouble Now - A Look at Canine Urinary Incontinence
Published on 1/6/20

Did you know that urinary incontinence (UI), most commonly caused by urethral sphincter mechanism incompetence (USMI), occurs in up to 20% of spayed female dogs? Take a look at UI and the innovative, easy to administer treatment from PRN Pharmacal.

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