Vimago™ is a new diagnostic scanning device which produces incredible images of inside your companion animal

VIMAGO scan

A Vimago™ scan. The video is interesting for the imagine quality. You might ask your vet if they are thinking about getting a Vimago™ scanning device. It’ll help him/her diagnose disease and benefit the patients who attend her clinic. I am impressed with the image quality that this device creates. Vimago™ is a new …

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American taxpayer should subsidize veterinary training to get rid of declawing

Veterinary college Cornell

The only reason why three quarters of American veterinarians declaw cats is for money. We all know that. There’s no connection to providing a service to improve the welfare and health of cats. It’s just about money and the convenience that declawing affords the owner who doesn’t want her sofa scratched. On the basis …

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Animal shelter sent live animals to vet school for euthanasia and dissection

CAA animal shelter at Baton Rouge embroiled in scandalous accusations

“This is a huge issue… They’re not trash, they’re pets.” – Desiree Bender. Accusations of scandalous behavior have been made against an animal shelter in East Baton Rouge Parish causing turmoil. A spokeswoman, Ginger Guttner, for the Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine (LSU) said that the school has received about 25 animal …

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Cat health tip: does your vet use a non-adjuvanted rabies vaccine?

Cat injection

The rabies vaccine is obligatory in most US states as I understand it and this vaccine can be bracketed into two types, namely a non-adjuvanted vaccine and a vaccine which contains an adjuvant. The difference can be quite important to the point where it is worth asking your veterinarian, or the vaccine clinic, if …

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What is the most frustrating thing about being a veterinarian? They tell us.

Perks of working at an animal hospital

In summary the most frustrating thing about being a veterinarian is the behaviour of the animals’ owners. Specifically what frustrates veterinarians the most are owners who: take the advice of their veterinarian on a product and buy it elsewhere believing it to be cheaper ask for free medical advice at parties etc. especially when …

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Canadian Veterinarians Shame Their American Counterparts

Canadian Veterinarians Shame Their American Counterparts

Canadian veterinarians have shamed American veterinarians by issuing a firm statement through their association, the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association, that they oppose the declawing of cats. It is an unqualified statement unlike that made by the AVMA which leaves the door open to declawing for non-therapeutic reasons because they leave the decision-making in the …

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