During our visit to the World Pork Expo, June 7 to 9, a chicken was strutting around a residential driveway west of the Iowa State Fair grounds. All things considered, the guide to digestive health could be helpful to … Continue Reading
John Brunnquell runs Egg Innovations, the largest free-range layer operation in the industry. It didn’t come naturally. He grew up on a traditional chicken farm and can substantiate the benefits of caged egg production. … Continue Reading
Though many studies have shown a link between pet behavior and health, most veterinary professionals don’t jump for joy at the thought of behavior consultations. Educator Mikkel Becke explains the Humane Hierarchy developed … Continue Reading
The largest cable TV providers in the U.S. now have fewer combined subscribers than the single streaming service, Netflix. Cable TV had 48.6 million subscribers to 50.9 million for Netflix. The lead would be even greater if … Continue Reading
Dr. Becker offers tips for keeping cats cool in summer and how to prevent other seasonal hazards, such as bug bites, heartworm and sunburns. This makes good content for blogs, social media and newsletters.
Source: Catster, … Continue Reading
The most effective leaders I know have their own set of key performance indicators and ruthlessly evaluate their performance so that they don’t fall into the trap of believing their own press clippings. Sometimes it can be as … Continue Reading
Animal Health Bi-Weekly features five important articles for veterinary nurse members. Most interesting to our AHD team are:
How 3D printing is changing veterinary cancer treatments
Pharmacists begin receiving … Continue Reading
This excerpt from a book being promoted has value for website content, newsletters, blogs or social media. Once again, we learn to control ourselves instead of the animal.
Source: Whole Dog Journal, June 20, 2017.
It's … Continue Reading
The number-one killer of all law enforcement canines in the U.S. last year was directly related to the lack of adequate conditioning and resistance to heat stress. To help address this, Oklahoma State University’s Center for … Continue Reading
New research suggests that one benefit of owning a dog is walking more than if you don’t own one. In a study published last week in the journal BMC Public Health, dog owners walked an average of 22 minutes more per day … Continue Reading
Representatives often hear their customers express, “I just wish my customers understood...” Nate Birt explains why letters to the editor can effectively educate consumers. Although you won’t reach everyone in print, … Continue Reading
Tufts veterinary dermatologist Lluis Ferrer, DVM, shares information on Demodex mites, including the recent confirmation of them taking up residence in dogs’ hair follicles. Demodex mites have been detected in the skin of all … Continue Reading
Workplace violence can erupt unexpectedly. While we don’t believe it will happen in our workplace, as of June 13th, 2017, there have been eight workplace killings. Lynne Curry offers five things every employer should be … Continue Reading
One reason we curate content from publications for pet owners is to be sure that animal health pros are aware of what is being pushed to their clients. Often, content like this article is complementary to veterinary … Continue Reading
For many animal health pros, this article represents something they wish their leadership would do. Still, we lead our organizations from many positions and many layers, so this information is valuable well beyond the … Continue Reading
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