Several days ago, a client was waiting for a procedure to be finished on her “therapy cat,” which she can’t be separated from. Interpret that how you will, but it’s safe to say this client would...

As anyone who’s worked in the clinic more than a day or two knows, client communication often plays out like a game of telephone, conversations warping and bending over each retelling into a final version...

  By: Phil Zeltzman, DVM, DACVS, CVJ   Many patients never get the surgery they need because veterinarians or owners assume that a mass is cancerous. Worse: countless pets are euthanized based...

I have a confession to make. I generally don’t like books about veterinary medicine. It’s because most books even remotely related to the subject have at least one of two major flaws:   1) They...

By: Shawn Finch, DVM   From my friend, Andy Roark, “Write about something you are passionate about.” How fun! How open-ended! I could write anything! I couldn’t wait to get started! “This...

I just read yet another article on Compassion Fatigue passed along by yet another vet who has considered giving up the PROFESSION over job-related stress. While that might sound silly to some people, it’s...

If you share a workspace with cats, this video may change your life. Whether you’re a veterinary practice manager with a clinic cat, a casual emailer with your home cat, or a work-from-home professional...

When you’re passionate about something, need to raise awareness and want to change the world, there’s really only one thing you can do – A parody music video of Meghan Trainor’s “All...

An abused kitten has perished, and the veterinarian who cared for her responds.   Dr. Caros Rodriguez began caring for the kitten named Broken two weeks ago. Broken was abused by a group of children,...

(The following is an open letter from Dr. Andy Roark to the veterinary community)   Dear veterinary colleagues,   For decades we have lead the way in innovating to best serve pets and pet owners....