Addressing the effects of isolation and getting the support we need.

Addressing the effects of isolation and getting the support we need. There’s a factor that is often detrimental to our success and the longevity of our canine massage practices. Most of us are working isolated. Isolation is a bane on our culture. It’s the cause of great stress and distress. Isolation is the theme of…

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OSU to build 35,000-sf veterinary clinic

Veterinary students at the Ohio State University (OSU) are set to receive more comprehensive hands-on training, thanks to the introduction of a new 35,000-sf clinic.

The Frank Stanton Veterinary Spectrum of Care (SOC) Clinic will train students to manage patients across the entire range of care, including alternative diagnostic and treatment techniques. Students will also become familiar with a range of clinical procedures and post-visit care protocols, as well as fine-tune their practice and …

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Sun, Sand & Surf: Pet Beach Safety

Warm weather has arrived and so have those perfect, Jersey Shore beach days! If your dog loves a trip to the beach just as much as you do, here are some things to keep in mind for your next visit. Safe in the Sun Both dogs and cats have few sweat glands, and their body […]

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The business of veterinary rehabilitation

 

Rehabilitation is a rapidly growing field in veterinary medicine. This client-demanded service owes its success to an approach that combines a true preventative outlook, longer dedicated appointments with more frequent visits, intensive client participation, and the potential to offer alternatives to invasive procedures. But while the field is growing, turning it into a profitable business model is a challenge.

While there are many possible models for a successful veterinary rehabilitation practice, these clinics excel …

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Twitter Chat » NIMH Facebook Live: How Does Puberty Affect Brain Development?

In recognition of National Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day, Dr. Peter Schmidt, Principal Investigator and Chief of the Behavioral Endocrinology Branch, and Postdoctoral Fellow, Dr. Kathy Reding, will join NIMH’s Facebook Live event to discuss ho…

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Welcome New Pets – and their people

We encourage you to come meet our veterinary team who are trusted resources for new pet owners or for the new pet in your home. We want to get to know you and you your pet. We’ll want to ask…

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Welcome New Pets – and their people

We encourage you to come meet our veterinary team who are trusted resources for new pet owners or for the new pet in your home. We want to get to know you and you your pet. We’ll want to ask questions about your lifestyle, your pet’s lifestyle, family members other pets in their home,  routines  […]

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