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Speak Up for Your Dog: Molly's Rash

SPEAK UP FOR YOUR DOG: MOLLY'S RASH

By Krista Magnifico, DVM Photo Pixabay I got a call from a client. I called her back the same day as any respectable success business-minded...

Damaged Ear Tip: Meiko's Story

DAMAGED EAR TIP: MEIKO'S STORY

By Krista Magnifico, DVM Mieko is a 3-year-old Boxer who lives in a household of rough play and constant activity. One afternoon Meiko's...

 
 
 
Foreign Bodies and Levi's Story

FOREIGN BODIES AND LEVI'S STORY

By Krista Magnifico, DVM This is a blog about foreign bodies. This is a blog about saving lives at the precipice of death. This is...

May 2017 Graduating Class

MAY 2017 GRADUATING CLASS

We are delighted to be part of this most worthwhile celebration. Colleen & Marc Schain It is a privilege to help sponsor this outstanding...

 
 
 
Winnie's Vitiligo

WINNIE'S VITILIGO

By Krista Magnifico, DVM I met Winnie when she came to the clinic with vomiting and diarrhea after eating a rug 3 days before. . On...

Leroy's Battle with Cancer

LEROY'S BATTLE WITH CANCER

By Krista Magnifico, DVM There are few dogs and few people who will mark my heart with more memories and sense of devotion than Leroy. Leroy...

 
 
 
Ear Tip Bleeds: Domino's Story

EAR TIP BLEEDS: DOMINO'S STORY

By Krista Magnifico, DVM Domino is an older lab mix who got himself into a tussle with his brother. Truth be told he is not always...

Apple gets DMV permission to test autonomous cars in California

APPLE GETS DMV PERMISSION TO TEST AUTONOMOUS CARS IN CALIFORNIA

Apple is now permitted to test self-driving cars in California, the state's Department of Motor Vehicles ‘ site revealed today. The...

 
 
 
Top Veterinary Articles of the Week: Aspiration Pneumonia, Veterinary Imaging, and more

TOP VETERINARY ARTICLES OF THE WEEK: ASPIRATION PNEUMONIA, VETERINARY IMAGING, AND MORE

Aspiration Pneumonia in Pets - Going Down the Wrong Pipe! Dr. Christopher Byers/CriticalCare DVM Did you ever wonder why your dog needs...

The Path to Global Citizenship

THE PATH TO GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP

A first year DVM student at Colorado State University with the long-term goal of becoming a lab animal veterinarian, Megan Ellis credits...

 
 
 
Cervical Disc Disease: Hank's Story of Hope

CERVICAL DISC DISEASE: HANK'S STORY OF HOPE

By Krista Magnifico, DVM Hank was a statistic no one wanted to happen. He is a beagle who is middle-aged, lazy and overweight. He also...

Mexico City, DVM

MEXICO CITY, DVM

New country, new language, new opportunities in veterinary medicine. Alumna Michelle Stewart shares her experience moving from Washington...

 
 
 
Animal Welfare at the Intersection of Politics, Profits, Policy and People

ANIMAL WELFARE AT THE INTERSECTION OF POLITICS, PROFITS, POLICY AND PEOPLE

Friday, February 24, 2017 at 12 PM - 1 PM Part of the Animal Matters Seminar Series presented by Tufts Center for Animals and Public...

Bioethics and Advanced Care of Companion Animals: Reflections from a Palliative Care Veterinarian

BIOETHICS AND ADVANCED CARE OF COMPANION ANIMALS: REFLECTIONS FROM A PALLIATIVE CARE VETERINARIAN

Thursday, February 2, 2017 at 12 PM - 1 PM Part of the Animal Matters Seminar Series presented by Tufts Center for Animals and Public...

 
 
 
One Health with a Side of Fries

ONE HEALTH WITH A SIDE OF FRIES

After a face-paced career in the advertising world, Abby Clayton, V19, decided to change direction. Currently enrolled in the DVM/MPH...

IVM in Action

IVM IN ACTION

After graduating from Cummings School with both her DVM and a Post Graduate Certificate in International Veterinary Medicine, Carla...

 
 
 
Donna Solomon, DVM: Heart Disease in Cats: A Silent Killer

DONNA SOLOMON, DVM: HEART DISEASE IN CATS: A SILENT KILLER

Heart disease in cats is a life-threatening medical condition. Tragically, in some cats it can be a silent killer.

Primer on Cysts

PRIMER ON CYSTS

Written and reviewed by John A. Bukowski, DVM, MPH, PhD and Susan E. Aiello, DVM, ELS Photo Pxabay Cysts are hollow sacs that containing...

 
 
 
Veterinary Highlights: Further Evaluation of The Benefits of a Traditional Chinese Medicine for Dogs with Splenic Hemangiosarcoma

VETERINARY HIGHLIGHTS: FURTHER EVALUATION OF THE BENEFITS OF A TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE FOR DOGS WITH SPLENIC HEMANGIOSARCOMA

When I was reading Four Paws, Five Directions: A Guide to Chinese Medicine for Cats and Dogs by Cheryl Schwartz, DVM, it stated that...

Primer on Coprophagia

PRIMER ON COPROPHAGIA

Written and reviewed by John A. Bukowski, DVM, MPH, Ph and Susan E. Aiello, DVM, ELS Dogs seem to enjoy many smells and tastes that...