Insects are everywhere! Learn which flyers and creepers keep chickens happy, and which to watch out for. The information provided will help backyard chicken raisers better understand what to do and not to do when it comes to … Continue Reading
MSD Animal Health/Merck Animal Health has announced the publication of a new study in the journal Vaccine. It demonstrates that universal canine vaccination is an effective public health policy for eliminating human rabies … Continue Reading
Spring is here and summer will follow quickly. Here’s a list of important health care reminders animal health pros can share with horse owners before summer gets into full swing.
Source: Horse Channel, March 18, 2015.
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Dr. Eric Barchas shares that euthanasia is the hardest and most emotionally challenging part of his job. And, he says, it has not gotten any easier as the years go on. He explains his approach and reasoning when it is time … Continue Reading
The treat market gets more crowded every day. Differentiating one dental treat from the next is challenging. Not all canine dental treats are created equal. The chart in this article will help dog owners find the best chews … Continue Reading
CVC educators, Drs. Sarah Wooten and Kimberly Pope-Robinson, offer some perspective to help veterinary professionals stop personally owning every team and client problem.
Source: Vetted, March 15, 2017.
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Study after study has shown that the amount of ventilation, or fresh outdoor air brought inside, is a critical determinant of health. A research team from Harvard and Syracuse Universities dug deeper to find out if better air … Continue Reading
Marketing and sales persons will find this Important. A customer has many different interactions with a company, their buying process is just one of many touch points. If marketers make the mistake of thinking about demand … Continue Reading
Staying competitive in the face of non-traditional sources is a real market situation for many traditional businesses, including animal health clinics and retailers. Ace Hardware’s president and CEO, John Venhuizen, compared … Continue Reading
Antimicrobial Resistance – From Awareness to Action, is the theme of World Veterinary Day, which will be celebrated April 29 this year. The celebration of the profession began in 2000 and is scheduled annually for the last … Continue Reading
Employee turnover is a problem in most industries. However, it is a major problem when star performers leave your organization. You can retain your best people and attract more like them relatively easily if you first … Continue Reading
The AVMA provides a reference guide about diseases that outdoor enthusiasts such as, campers, canoers, kayakers, backpackers and hikers and their companion animals may encounter. It is the time of year when pets and their … Continue Reading
“The AKC Museum of the Dog houses one of the largest collections of dog art in the world and is an important part of the AKC’s history and future,” said Ronald H. Menaker, chairman of the board for the American Kennel Club. … Continue Reading
All drugs and some chemicals must be tested on animals before humans, but no one is certain how well such tests predict the toxic effects on people. A Johns Hopkins University team hopes to find out by comparing standard … Continue Reading
The American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) is encouraging its members to comply with a recent FDA guidance document that outlined regulatory requirements for animal cell-based products (ACPs).
Source: Modern … Continue Reading
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