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Veterinarian Life Advice of the Month 🩺
03/18/2022
Veterinarian Life Advice - PetVet Magazine

Veterinarian Life Advice of the Month 🩺

"Not enough people recognize the benefit of specialization. I know that signing up for another 4-5 years of intense difficult training is...

PetVet Top 10! Which have you completed so far?Comment below to share!
03/15/2022
PetVet Top 10 - PetVet Magazine

PetVet Top 10! Which have you completed so far?

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The day starts on a good note, but the tension builds as the hours go by. You overhear two veterinary nurses grumbling i...
03/10/2022
Peace in the Practice: Uniting the Front and Back Veterinary Teams

The day starts on a good note, but the tension builds as the hours go by. You overhear two veterinary nurses grumbling in the treatment area: “If only the front desk knew how to schedule better, we wouldn’t be so backed up.”

The day starts on a good note, but the tension builds as the hours go by. You overhear two veterinary nurses grumbling in the treatment...

Most veterinary professionals lead very busy lives, making it hard to find time for self-reflection. Self-help and caree...
03/08/2022
Six Podcasts We Love - PetVet Magazine

Most veterinary professionals lead very busy lives, making it hard to find time for self-reflection. Self-help and career guidance podcasts are a great way to foster personal growth while you commute, run errands, exercise or (hopefully) enjoy some downtime. Here is a brief list of podcasts that offer a chance to reflect as you navigate the demands of your day.

American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) Veterinary Life Coach with Dr. Julie Cappel Joyful DVM The Whole Veterinarian TED

Most veterinary professionals lead very busy lives, making it hard to find time for self-reflection. Self-help and career guidance podcasts...

As I opened the crate door and backed up a bit, I was tense with anticipation. I wasn’t sure what to expect. After a few...
03/03/2022
Take It to the Bank: The Advancement of Veterinary Blood Transfusions

As I opened the crate door and backed up a bit, I was tense with anticipation. I wasn’t sure what to expect. After a few seconds, the baby spider monkey tentatively walked out, sat down just in front of the crate, turned and looked me directly in the eye, and ever so gently placed her little hand in mine. She needed help, and I was going to give it to her!

As I opened the crate door and backed up a bit, I was tense with anticipation. I wasn’t sure what to expect. After a few seconds, the baby...

It is a time for love, and the most important kind of love is the love of oneself! As veterinary professionals, we work ...
03/01/2022
Dr. Kat's Products You Will Fall in Love With - PetVet Magazine

It is a time for love, and the most important kind of love is the love of oneself! As veterinary professionals, we work hard. We may not be as good about letting others help us as we could be and we don’t always take time for ourselves, but we do often use products to help make our lives a little easier. So, after much searching and polling other veterinarians, I have put together this terrific list of products (complete with discount codes!) that you will fall in love with!

Click the link to see featured items from BUNN, Shark Home, OOFOS, T4U_Gardening, and FIGS!

It is a time for love, and the most important kind of love is the love of oneself! As veterinary professionals, we work hard. We may not be as good…

Quote of the month:
02/24/2022

Quote of the month:

Rose are red, violets are blue, February is for Valentines day ❤️ and Pet Dental Health, too!
02/14/2022

Rose are red, violets are blue, February is for Valentines day ❤️ and Pet Dental Health, too!

After the past few years of navigating a global pandemic, the ever-shifting science related to SARS-CoV-2 and subsequent...
02/10/2022
Five Ways to Ignite Your Spirit - PetVet Magazine

After the past few years of navigating a global pandemic, the ever-shifting science related to SARS-CoV-2 and subsequent changes to our workflows (including client and patient interactions), many of us have felt the stress, overwhelm and burnout associated with what feels like never-ending change.

After the past few years of navigating a global pandemic, the ever-shifting science related to SARS-CoV-2 and subsequent changes to our...

How many things did you complete from our December/January top 10?!
02/08/2022
PetVet Top 10 - PetVet Magazine

How many things did you complete from our December/January top 10?!

PetVet Top 10PetVet Top 102021-12-14PetVet Magazine Total 5 Shares 5 0 0 0 Total 5 Shares Share 5 Tweet 0 Share 0 Pin it 0 PetVet Magazine Next Article Beyond the Stethoscope Key Decision Framework 2021-12-14Angela Demaree, DVM, MPH, CHPC View Post Previous Article Issues October / November 2021 Iss...

A difficulty that affects all dog owners is being able to identify the non-verbal cues indicating that their canine frie...
02/03/2022
Addressing Canine Anxiety: Owner Advice and in-Practice Techniques

A difficulty that affects all dog owners is being able to identify the non-verbal cues indicating that their canine friend is under stress. Physical issues such as an injured leg or irritated skin can be displayed by a limp or excessive scratching; however, when it comes to a dog’s mental wellbeing, it becomes far trickier to spot the signs.

A difficulty that affects all dog owners is being able to identify the non-verbal cues indicating that their canine friend is under stress...

February is National Pet Dental Health Month! Dental health is extremely crucial to a pet's long-term health. "Doggie Br...
02/01/2022

February is National Pet Dental Health Month! Dental health is extremely crucial to a pet's long-term health. "Doggie Breath" has, unfortunately, become an issue most pet owners think is normal, but it is far more than that. The odor you smell from your pet's mouth may be signifying a serious health risk. This can cause damage to their teeth, and gums, but also impact their organs if a bacterial infection enters their bloodstream.

Be proactive and discuss daily teeth brushing or dental exams!

More than 2,000 years ago, a Greek physician, who came to be known as the Father of Medicine, stated, “All disease begin...
01/27/2022
The Importance of Gut Health in Pets an Integrative Veterinary Approach

More than 2,000 years ago, a Greek physician, who came to be known as the Father of Medicine, stated, “All disease begins in the gut.” While many traditional medical systems acknowledged the primary role of the gut in overall health, modern research continues to confirm the ancient wisdom of Hippocrates and Western medical systems are now placing a larger focus on gut health.

More than 2,000 years ago, a Greek physician, who came to be known as the Father of Medicine, stated, “All disease begins in the gut...

Jeffrey Levy, DVM, CVA, a.k.a. “Dr. Jeff,” is a New York City-based acupuncture house-call veterinarian. As a veterinari...
01/25/2022
On the Go with “Dr. Jeff”: NYC House-Call Vet & Musician

Jeffrey Levy, DVM, CVA, a.k.a. “Dr. Jeff,” is a New York City-based acupuncture house-call veterinarian. As a veterinarian, he recognizes the important role pets play in our lives. However, he also writes and performs what he calls “pet-centric” music for animal-related causes.

Jeffrey Levy, DVM, CVA, a.k.a. “Dr. Jeff,” is a New York City-based acupuncture house-call veterinarian. As a veterinarian, he recognizes...

As a kid, I was always bringing home bugs and lizards, much to my mother’s dismay,” shares Veterinarian Dr. Louisa Asseo...
01/20/2022
Reptile Vet Dr. Louisa Asseo Shares Her Excitement for “Odd Critters”

As a kid, I was always bringing home bugs and lizards, much to my mother’s dismay,” shares Veterinarian Dr. Louisa Asseo who has always had an affinity for reptiles.

As a kid, I was always bringing home bugs and lizards, much to my mother’s dismay,” shares Veterinarian Dr. Louisa Asseo who has always had...

PetVet Top 10 - PetVet Magazine
01/18/2022
PetVet Top 10 - PetVet Magazine

PetVet Top 10 - PetVet Magazine

PetVet Top 10PetVet Top 102021-12-14PetVet Magazine Total 0 Shares 0 0 0 0 Total 0 Shares Share 0 Tweet 0 Share 0 Pin it 0 PetVet Magazine Next Article Beyond the Stethoscope Key Decision Framework 2021-12-14Angela Demaree, DVM, MPH, CHPC View Post Previous Article Issues October / November 2021 Iss...

This time of year, we often take time out of our busy days to spend with friends and family during the holidays, and we ...
01/14/2022
Key Decision Framework - PetVet Magazine

This time of year, we often take time out of our busy days to spend with friends and family during the holidays, and we may even find ourselves considering a career transition as one of our New Year’s goals or resolutions.

This time of year, we often take time out of our busy days to spend with friends and family during the holidays, and we may even find...

From a small farm near Liverpool, England, to a renowned researcher, Dr. Timothy Bentley thrives on better understanding...
01/07/2022
Dr. Timothy Bentley: Neurosurgeon, Researcher & Veterinarian Enjoys New Challenges

From a small farm near Liverpool, England, to a renowned researcher, Dr. Timothy Bentley thrives on better understanding the canine brain. And, as the Director of the Canine Brain Tumor Research Program at Purdue University in Indiana and one of Veterinarianedu.org’s “15 Most Influential Veterinarians,” he’s definitely one to know.

From a small farm near Liverpool, England, to a renowned researcher, Dr. Timothy Bentley thrives on better understanding the canine...

No one will argue that working with animals is both a rewarding and challenging career. What you didn’t expect was that ...
01/05/2022
Workplace Drama or Incivility? - PetVet Magazine

No one will argue that working with animals is both a rewarding and challenging career. What you didn’t expect was that your human coworkers would be more challenging than the pets—and that the bad behavior could overwhelm you enough to hate your job.

No one will argue that working with animals is both a rewarding and challenging career. What you didn’t expect was that your human...

The opioid crisis is largely due to prescription opioid medications or painkillers. In fact, pet owners have started usi...
01/04/2022
Pet Owners and Opioid Abuse: A Deadly Combination - PetVet Magazine

The opioid crisis is largely due to prescription opioid medications or painkillers. In fact, pet owners have started using their pets as a way to get veterinarians to sign off on an opioid prescription.

The opioid crisis is largely due to prescription opioid medications or painkillers. In fact, pet owners have started using their pets as a...

01/01/2022

Wishing you a very happy, healthy and safe 2022! 🎉

It had only been a few days since I adopted Sadie who, with her soulful, inquisitive eyes, already had a piece of my hea...
12/30/2021
The Importance of Communication Education in Veterinary Medicine

It had only been a few days since I adopted Sadie who, with her soulful, inquisitive eyes, already had a piece of my heart. We were in the clinic at the local veterinary school for our post-adoption, post-spay wellness check and for some clarity on why Sadie had been intermittingly coughing up saliva infused little pools of blood. Sadie was a presumptively healthy one-year-old Australian Cattle Dog, and in my “I’ve-seen-enough-episodes-of-Gray’s Anatomy-to-know-this-is-not-good” mind, I was worried about what this might signal.

It had only been a few days since I adopted Sadie who, with her soulful, inquisitive eyes, already had a piece of my heart. We were in the...

The decision has been made…your practice is switching to a new medical records program or practice information managemen...
12/28/2021
Setting Your Practice up for a Successful Software Switch - PetVet Magazine

The decision has been made…your practice is switching to a new medical records program or practice information management system (PIMS). This can lead to a lot of questions and anxiety, but with proper planning and a strong team, you can set your practice up for success!

The decision has been made…your practice is switching to a new medical records program or practice information management system (PIMS)...

12/25/2021

Warm holiday wishes from us to you🌟

Veterinarians have recently been in the spotlight in United States Dog Agility Association® (USDAA®) news and social med...
12/21/2021
Meet the Veterinarians Who Find Stress Relief through Dog Agility

Veterinarians have recently been in the spotlight in United States Dog Agility Association® (USDAA®) news and social media as the organization thanks professionals for their service during particularly challenging pandemic times. And, veterinarians don’t just treat and care for the canines participating in the sport—many are competitors themselves!

Veterinarians have recently been in the spotlight in United States Dog Agility Association® (USDAA®) news and social media as the...

“Can someone help me with this dog?”“Is anyone answering that call?”“Are Ralphie’s bloodwork results in?”“Did someone re...
12/14/2021
Multitasking Monster - PetVet Magazine

“Can someone help me with this dog?”
“Is anyone answering that call?”
“Are Ralphie’s bloodwork results in?”
“Did someone reply to Ms. Smith’s email?”
“We need to get surgery started. I have a wellness scheduled in an hour.”

A veterinary clinic is a busy place, and team members are frequently asked to be responsible for multiple things at once. This can lead to...

The holiday season is in full swing, and we want to see how your office is decorated! Comment a picture below 🎄🌟
12/13/2021

The holiday season is in full swing, and we want to see how your office is decorated!

Comment a picture below 🎄🌟

Today, and every day, we celebrate our appreciation for veterinary medicine 🩺
12/09/2021

Today, and every day, we celebrate our appreciation for veterinary medicine 🩺

Veterinarians work long hours, routinely have close contact with multiple clients a day (or multiple clients in an hour)...
12/07/2021
How Do Veterinarians Stay Healthy? (Our Patients May Have the Answer!)

Veterinarians work long hours, routinely have close contact with multiple clients a day (or multiple clients in an hour) and frequently miss valuable hours of sleep. Despite this intensity, there is an imperative for veterinarians to be clear-headed and sharp in their practice.

Veterinarians work long hours, routinely have close contact with multiple clients a day (or multiple clients in an hour) and frequently...

In the perfect practice, everyone gets along, knows their purpose, understands what tasks must be done and delivers exce...
11/30/2021
Bad Bosses & Good Responses - PetVet Magazine

In the perfect practice, everyone gets along, knows their purpose, understands what tasks must be done and delivers exceptional client service. The reality? It is not such a perfect world.

In the perfect practice, everyone gets along, knows their purpose, understands what tasks must be done and delivers exceptional...

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