Veterinary Medical Organizers

Veterinary Medical Organizers

Veterinary professionals can’t really be sure what the next case would bring and which instruments and equipment they will need. Some of the instruments are more frequently used than others so it’s always a good idea to have them close to you wherever you roam inside the private practice. Veterinary medical organizers offer convenience when storing and keeping handy yours …

Hairy Dental Cleanings

Hairy Dental Cleanings – Video by Victoria Birch

In this video, our lovely Victoria will share some of the dental cases from her clinic. Hairy dental cleanings are one of the most foul smelling part of veterinary medicine. Dental hygiene is a very important part of your pet’s health. Taking care of your dog’s teeth at home plays vital role in its oral health. Having yearly health check-ups …

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becoming a vet tech

Becoming A Veterinary Technician – By Nicole LaForest

By: Nicole LaForest-Mayo BSc., LVT, RVT, CCFT Becoming a veterinary technician was one of the hardest things I have ever done, and many who have gone through the process would agree. For me, I entered college to become a veterinary technician at a pivotal time in our industry. I attended a distance-learning, at your own pace, program which was viewed …

A Christmas Gift That Keeps on Giving….and Costing! - by Trusten Moore

A Christmas Gift That Keeps on Giving….and Costing! – by Trusten Moore

A Christmas Gift That Keeps on Giving….and Costing! It’s the time of the year when parents, boyfriends, and girlfriends surprise their loved ones with the best Christmas present ever… an adorable puppy! Who could resist a cute fluffy face sitting under the tree, the smell of puppy breath, and that bright pink tongue sticking out on Christmas morning?! I’ve seen …

World Wildlife Conservation Day

World Wildlife Conservation Day – 04.12

World Wildlife Conservation Day was initiated back in 2012 when Hillary Clinton as Secretary of State put out a call to action. Wildlife Conservation Day exists to raise awareness among the general public about the real threats to wildlife and December 4th was chosen as the official date. Moreover, the White House came out with a strategy to combat wildlife …

National Mutt Day

National Mutt Day – 02.12

National Mutt Day (Also called National Mixed Breed Dog Day) was initiated back in 2005 by Colleen Paige. Colleen is an animal welfare advocate and celebrity pet and family lifestyle, expert. NMD is celebrated twice yearly, on July 31st and December 2nd with a sole purpose to celebrate, embrace and popularize dogs of mixed breed origins. This special day has …

Veterinary Shelter Medicine

Veterinary Shelter Medicine

Veterinary Shelter Medicine is a specialty in the field of veterinary medicine recognized as one by the AVMA (American Veterinary Medical Association) in 2014. The recognition lies in the fact that veterinarians working in shelters are required to possess special skills and knowledge in order to successfully design and implement a health care program for animal shelters. The ASV (The …

Pet Cancer Awareness Month – November

A rough estimate is that every 4th dog and every 5th cat will eventually develop some form of cancer during its lifetime. Cancers found in dogs and cats are very similar to the ones in humans and thorough research is of great benefit both for animals and people. A pet diagnosed with cancer isn’t necessarily a death sentence, as modern …

Antibiotic Awareness Week

Antibiotic Awareness Week (12-18 November)

History The first ever campaign on antibiotic use was initiated in Europe in order to raise awareness and understanding of antibiotic resistance. The campaign was called EAAD (European Antibiotic Awareness Day) and since its birth in 2008, it has successfully functioned as a platform supporting national campaigns. After similar approaches popped-out in many other world regions, WAAW (World Antibiotic Awareness …