Today’s climate has a lot of people doing their part to educate themselves and fight against a social pandemic: racism. And it has been encouraging to see. But alongside education...


One of the big questions that veterinary teams have been getting from pet parents during the COVID-19 pandemic is, “How much pet food should I have on hand?” Given the current...


It has been a life-changing week in Northern Minnesota. Less than a month ago, COVID-19 was known only as “The Corona Virus” and thought to be a disease of foreign countries...


This week on the cone, Ingrid Johnson, CCBC, is back!!! She’s talking litter boxes and fighting between cats. Gang… she dropped knowledge that I honestly did not...


This week on the cone….. Dr. Andy Roark and Jada Lewis CVT sit down to discuss her article “12 Things NOT to do in Veterinary Medicine (If You Want To Be Sane)”....


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Veterinarians are a tough crowd. We are high achieving, motivated, soft-hearted smart people who put a lot of emphasis on getting it right. Who doesn’t do a happy dance when you...


This week on the Cone of Shame: My mother in law’s dog has medial patellar luxation and it’s getting worse. My MIL is asking me hard questions and if I don’t...


This week on the Cone of Shame… Dr. Andy Roark talks to Dr. Lisa Radosta about firework phobia and what we can do when clients call right before the bangs start. Cone...


My ethnic identity can be elusive to others.
Sometimes when people first meet me, I can see a search in their eyes, trying to place it. People have guessed I was from a variety of...


This week on the Cone of Shame… Ingrid Johnson is back to talk about outside time for young and active cats. Is it safe? Is it beneficial? How do we coach pet owners to...


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