by Jason Merrihew
Few environments are as gruesome or as stressful as those seen on the front lines of a war zone. These traumatic and life-altering experiences leave many participants permanently scared, physically and/or emotionally. It is quite difficult for individuals who have experienced such treacherous ... [More]
by Nancy Kay, DVM
I have great respect for the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA). One of the many wonderful things this organization does is the gathering of experts within the profession to create practice guidelines for veterinarians. In the past, for example, I’ve exposed you to AAHA guidelines for vaccination protocols. Not only are such guidelines helpful for veterinarians, they are also available to you, the consumers of veterinary medicine. With such information in hand, I’ve no doubt that you will be better able to make informed decisions for your pets. And there’s nothing I like better than helping people become better medical advocates! [More]
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