For some veterinary patients, the anti-anxiety effects of a single medication might not be enough. When monotherapy is insufficient, consider adding this drug to your treatment plan.

The use of gabapentin to help manage anxiety in dogs

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Being aware of breed-specific characteristics that affect the upper and lower airways will improve veterinary client education and patient safety, but don’t jump to any diagnostic conclusions without a thorough workup.

Breed-specific canine respiratory diseases

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One patchy kitten with ringworm can send a shelter’s veterinary team into a panic. Before you start scrambling, review the research so you can manage this pesky dermatologic problem effectively.

Shelter Snapshot: Evidence-based answers to your dermatophytosis questions

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Ongoing concerns in the veterinary industry about dilated cardiomyopathy linked to grain-free pet food have resulted in steadily declining sales for some manufacturers.

Grain-free pet food sales declining after FDA alerts

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My emergency came with anxious peace officers, media coverage and a lot of eyes on a surgery. But this finalist for 2019 dvm360/VHMA Practice Manager of the Year helped organized her veterinary hospital team with good results.

How we saved a gunshot victim

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Cannabidiol has recently crossed over to the pet market, and revenue is expected to grow to $6.7 billion by the end of the year. Are you watching this, veterinarians?

How CBD is changing the pet treat industry

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