I write for two B2B veterinary industry magazines: Veterinary Practice News and Today’s Veterinary Business. Here are just a few articles I’ve written for a veterinary audience:
Whether you’re treating something as deadly as cancer or as frustrating as chronic allergies, immunotherapy offers the possibility of slowing or reversing disease.
“The discovery and evaluation of biomarkers should hopefully improve our diagnostic capabilities and ultimately management and quality and quantity of life for our patients.”
The way the veterinary profession has evolved their thinking about pet pain has led to new treatment options and drugs.
Experts believe that the future of ophthalmology will bring better care and prognoses.
Back in the day, dog and cat vaccines were cut and dry, and all pets were vaccinated annually, except perhaps for very old or sick animals. Today, the subject is much more fluid, as more information comes to light regarding duration of immunity, potential negative outcomes from vaccinating too often and adverse vaccine events.
Next-generation X-ray systems offer useful features and friendly prices for all types of veterinary practices.
How surgical lasers have revolutionized minor and complex veterinary surgery.
It struggles as a diagnostic tool in-clinic, but many believe in its potential.
Clinic disinfection is vital to prevent the spread of infectious disease.
Keep more profit in-clinic through a personalized online pharmacy, controlling inventory, and working with a trusted compounding source.
Wellness plans help clinics provide top-notch preventive care for patients while boosting client loyalty and satisfaction.
Get your clients to brush their pets’ teeth at home with these tips.
Collar monitors help veterinarians look after patients’ health inside and away from the hospital.
Pet cloning gives clients an opportunity to recapture the past, though ethical concerns linger.
And why you need to make it a point to explain how NSAIDs work with your clients.
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