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veterinary surgery room

Be a cut above

Constructive Criticism

Planning a top-notch surgery suite requires attention to detail. Only after you figure out what you truly need can you fine-tune the budget, complete the design and start construction.

Just about every veterinary hospital does surgery, yet there is no-one-size-fits-all surgery suite design. This article will assume you are constructing a new surgery suite, though most of my advice will apply to a renovation or expansion. As with any construction project, the first step is defining the what, where, how much and how long. […]

laser therapy

Let there be light

Laser therapy improves patient care, boosts clinic revenue and can deliver an excellent return on investment.

Therapeutic lasers have come a long way since their introduction to veterinary medicine over a decade ago. Back then, so many yet-to-be-studied beneficial claims were made that veterinarians commonly responded with dubiousness. “There is far less skepticism whether it works now because there has been confirmation that it does, both peer to peer and in […]

dog shortage

The dog shortage is real

Politics and Policy

The flourishing import market poses genuine health threats. Certifying large commercial U.S. breeders could be a worthwhile solution.

Mark the summer of 2019 as when the United States finally took seriously the issue of how many dogs, mainly puppies, were being allowed into the country illegally each year and the perilous condition of their health. To understand the situation, we need to step back and understand where we’ve been. A 2015 Moore Information […]

vet school

A shared journey

The evolution of veterinary education and successful practice requires open-mindedness and a willingness to change. Universities, employers and students all have key roles to play.

The cries from longtime practitioners and from the lectern at last summer’s AVMA House of Delegates meeting cast light on a startling accusation: New and recent veterinary school graduates lack practice readiness. The fingers are being pointed at academia and the students themselves. But, we ask, is that fair? We believe that U.S. veterinary schools […]

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