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  • Rabbit Neuter

    5,269 Views - 0 Comments Mark Burgess, DVM, of Southwest Animal Clinic performs a rabbit neuter. He talks through the surgical procedure and the recovery process for the rabbit.

    10 min 47 sec

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  • Ear Laceration in a Dog

    3,848 Views - 0 Comments Katherine Earl, DVM, evaluates an ear pinna laceration on a young dog and explains her reasoning for bandaging the wound vs. suturing the wound. 

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  • Pet Food Matters

    2,177 Views - 2 Comments I will admit it. I’m a sucker for fads. It's not like I buy everything from late night infomercials but I’ve come close. I come by this trait honestly, my mom has a kitchen FULL of...
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  • RadLand: Back Pain and Muscle Atrophy

    3,509 Views - 1 Comments A seven-year-old FS German Shepherd presented to the rDVM with a history of decreased activity, generalized back pain and epaxial muscle atrophy. The cranial aspect of the lumbar spine seemed particularly...
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  • Ovariohysterectomy and Gastropexy Part 2/2

    4,650 Views - 2 Comments Ashley Magee, DVM, DACVS, demonstrates how to perform an incisional gastropexy on a large breed dog.

    19 min 56 sec

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  • New Site Features for Efficient Team Training

    1,626 Views - 0 Comments Did you know that On the Floor @Dove is constantly evolving to meet your veterinary training needs? In response to feedback and requests we received from our users, we've expanded our premium accou...
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  • Ovariohysterectomy and Gastropexy Part 1/2

    3,393 Views - 0 Comments In part 1 of this 2-part series Sarah Tauber, DVM, with the guidance of staff surgeon Ashley Magee, DVM, DACVS, performs a canine ovariohysterectomy on a large dog.

    23 min 25 sec

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  • Time Management

    2,701 Views - 0 Comments DoveLewis veterinarians discuss their personal ideas and methods for managing their time during busy shifts in the ER and ICU. How to keep track of multiple clients, frequent communication, and keeping tr...

    5 min 37 sec

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  • Exam Room Communication for Veterinarians

    2,075 Views - 0 Comments Christy Michael, BVMS, explains the process of communicating with clients during their pet’s exam, and why it’s important to communicate the value of a complete physical exam.

    2 min 16 sec

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  • Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy (CRRT)

    3,726 Views - 0 Comments Lee Herold, DVM, DACVECC, discusses the concepts of veterinary CRRT (Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy). The basics of the machine and filter, anticoagulation therapy, and patient monitoring are discus...

    3 min 27 sec

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  • Top 10 Ways to Get Hired in Veterinary Medicine

    4,737 Views - 3 Comments 1. Be better than the other candidates. Write a cover letter and make it specific to the practice you want to work at. Do your homework and talk about why you want to work there.  2. Tailor...
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  • Better Out Than In: Thoracocentesis for Pleural Effusion

    14,045 Views - 2 Comments The presence of pleural effusion and subsequent presentation of the dyspneic patient is a common emergency in both the dog and cat. Unfortunately, the onset of clinical symptoms for pleural effusion is of...
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  • Supporting a Grieving Veterinary Colleague

    2,059 Views - 5 Comments When a member of our hospital experiences the death of a personal pet, we all understand the pain they are going through. We know how hard it is to come to work and focus while feeling sad. And while we d...
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  • Veterinary Financial Coordinator Interview

    2,992 Views - 4 Comments Financial Coordinator at DoveLewis, Amy O’Daly, discusses her job description, how it fits in to the flow of the hospital, and her tips for talking about money with clients. This video is helpful for anyo...

    2 min 25 sec

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  • Hypoadrenocorticism (Addison’s Disease) in Dogs

    18,848 Views - 0 Comments Hypoadrenocorticism (HA) is a deficiency of the adrenal cortex to produce mineralocorticoids and glucocorticoids. Aldosterone is responsible for potassium excretion, sodium retention and water reabsorptio...
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  • Max and My Grief

    2,111 Views - 8 Comments If you’ve seen our Fractious Cat video, then you’ve met my oldest cat Max, who really has been fired from four vet offices in his fifteen years of life. This week Max was diagno...
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  • RadLand: Coughing

    10,899 Views - 0 Comments A fourteen-year-old female spayed Labrador Retriever presented with a six-month history of a progressive cough, exercise intolerance and weight loss. Based on her presentation, the primary differentials w...
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  • Canine Castration (Neuter)

    8,143 Views - 1 Comments Glynis McCorkle, DVM (with assistance from Coby Richter, DVM, DACVS) performs a routine castration (neuter) on a canine.

    9 min

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  • The Value in Veterinary Sympathy Cards

    9,844 Views - 5 Comments Often during pet loss support groups, clients mention how deeply they appreciated receiving a condolence card from their veterinary clinic after the loss of their pet. This thoughtful act validates tha...
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  • Coccygeal Block

    7,895 Views - 13 Comments Christy Michael, BVMS, demonstrates how to perform a coccygeal block on a cat, ideal pain management for cats suffering from a urethral obstruction.

    4 min 20 sec

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  • How to Hire a Veterinarian

    4,773 Views - 0 Comments When I tell people I work at a veterinary clinic they think I spend my day playing with puppies and kittens. While singing. After having bluebirds help me get dressed in the morning. Okay, so it’s poss...
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  • Tiny Talk - Mushroom Toxicity

    2,921 Views - 1 Comments Megan Brashear, CVT ,VTS (ECC), explains the types of mushrooms toxic to dogs, their presenting symptoms, and some cases we've seen at our hospital. This Tiny Talk topic was voted on by our atdove.org...

    19 min 31 sec

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  • Retrobulbar Cellulitis

    11,178 Views - 0 Comments A 10 year old male neutered domestic shorthair feline presented with a 24 hour history of exophthalmia and chemosis OD. On exam the patient was normo-thermic with a temperature of 101.5 with a normal hear...
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  • Constant Communication for Our Clients

    3,799 Views - 3 Comments At DoveLewis we live and work in a 24-hour world where clients arrive at all hours, and they’re in a variety of mental and emotional states. This helps keep us on our toes but always dealing with...
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  • Continuous Thoracic Suction

    4,921 Views - 4 Comments Megan Brashear, CVT, VTS (ECC), demonstrates how to set up a Thora-Seal™ and attach it to a patient to provide continuous thoracic drainage and suction.

    6 min 3 sec

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  • Emergency Thoracocentesis

    6,420 Views - 2 Comments Meredith Rose, CVT, VTS (ECC), and Ladan Mohammad-Zadeh, DVM, DACVECC, discuss an ER case in which a dog presented in severe respiratory distress and needed an emergency thoracocentesis performed....

    1 min 42 sec

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  • Albuterol Toxicity

    3,368 Views - 0 Comments Ladan Mohammad-Zadeh, DVM, DACVECC, explains albuterol toxicity; the clinical signs, treatment and monitoring of these patients.

    1 min 16 sec

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  • Pyrethrins: Fact or Fiction

    12,238 Views - 1 Comments Pyrethrins are a plague visited upon our planet by cat hating celestial beings in an attempt to eradicate their very existence. Fiction. Pyrethrin is a naturally occurring insecticide that comes from th...
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  • Licking Our Wounds: E-Collars and Client Compliance

    2,461 Views - 5 Comments Recently I’ve had a few cases of "E-collar failure" in post-op. Sure, the E-collar was sent home. ON the pet. Yes, its use was explained and justified. Yes, instructions were typed...
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  • Gallbladder Mucocele Q&A

    9,871 Views - 0 Comments For reasons unknown, gallbladder mucocele is an increasingly common cause of acute abdomen requiring emergency surgery in dogs. Because we are diagnosing and treating more of these cases, clinical exp...
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  • Hiring Right the First Time

    2,616 Views - 2 Comments Monica Maxwell, SPHR, gives tips and advice on how to properly research and interview candidates to make sure you get the right fit for your practice. This talk is specifically RACE-approved for one...

    56 min 59 sec

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  • Management of Traumatic Wounds in a Cat

    9,460 Views - 0 Comments Management of patients with traumatic wounds is a common and often challenging situation. The injuries must be immediately assessed and a treatment plan made taking into account any comorbidities the pati...
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  • Head Trauma with Fractures

    6,551 Views - 0 Comments A 2-year-old neutered male Irish Setter presented to an emergency clinic after leaping from a moving vehicle (estimated vehicle speed 25 mph). At presentation he exhibited multiple soft tissue and bone in...
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  • Pet Sitter Emergencies: What Up With That?

    1,378 Views - 1 Comments In the years that I have been working emergency medicine I’ve noticed a disproportionate number of emergencies occurring while pets are in the care of a pet sitter. This is not to say that the pe...
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  • What's That Smell? Pet Dental Health Month

    3,316 Views - 3 Comments Ah, yes, it’s dental month!! Yay! I love the smell of perio in the morning. When I know there is a Grade 4 dental coming in the next day, I am like a kid on Christmas Eve. I can’t sleep, th...
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  • Feline Upper Respiratory Infection

    4,698 Views - 0 Comments Lee Herold, DVM, DACVECC, discusses common feline upper respiratory infections (URI) and how to diagnose, treat, and manage these diseases in and out of the hospital. This talk is specifically RACE-app...

    55 min 19 sec

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  • Radland: Collapse

    5,576 Views - 0 Comments A 12-year-old female spayed Chihuahua presented to DoveLewis for collapse and dyspnea. She had been treated for the last eight months for heart disease attributed primarily to mitral insufficiency / d...
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  • I'm a Believer... in Alternative Veterinary Medicine

    2,031 Views - 3 Comments I have taken my pets to a Woo Woo doctor. There. I said it. I realize that in this day and age people are much more open to Eastern ways (acupuncture, herbs, etc) but those of us trained in Western medici...
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  • Vacuum Assisted (VAC) Wound Therapy

    4,736 Views - 0 Comments Coby Richter, DVM, DACVS, explains Vacuum Assisted Wound Closure (VAC Therapy) and its applications for veterinary patients. A case study is included. Vacuum assisted wound closure (VAC), also referred...

    1 hour 1 min

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  • Controlled Substances

    5,369 Views - 4 Comments Megan Brashear, CVT, VTS (ECC), discusses DoveLewis’ controlled drug policy and the steps taken before administering any controlled substances to a patient. Download Controlled Substance Checklist D...

    1 min 59 sec

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  • Negatory

    1,457 Views - 0 Comments I won't fail, I won't flop, Stall or stutter yes I won't stop, It takes hard work, to be like this, (You should know) cause I'm a perfectionist Run DMC (Perfection) Negative...
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  • Checklists: A Tool to Improve Function

    10,360 Views - 7 Comments Many of the tasks we perform daily in veterinary medicine are systematic--we perform physical exams in the same sequence every time, we chart notes in a SOAP format, we generate diagnostic and therapeutic...
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  • Pentobarbital Toxicity

    15,862 Views - 2 Comments A 3-year-old male neutered Labrador retriever presented to his regular veterinarian in the afternoon for an acute onset of severe ataxia and dysphoria. He had been normal earlier in the morning. A hors...
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  • Acetaminophen Toxicity

    20,550 Views - 9 Comments On the list of toxic items to dogs and cats, I think every veterinary professional and probably a large portion of pet owners all know that acetaminophen (Tylenol®) is toxic to pets (there is a therapeuti...
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  • Interpreting PCV/TS

    83,097 Views - 8 Comments Performing a packed cell volume (PCV) and total solids is one of the easiest tests performed in a veterinary hospital. Almost all team members can perform a PCV/TS (total solids), but how many of them...
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  • The Lab Who Ate the Sun

    3,014 Views - 0 Comments A 9-year-old male neutered retriever presented to DoveLewis with a primary complaint of tremors. His owners reported that he had ingested the sun from a homemade play dough (50% salt and 50% flour)...
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  • Site Update: Quiz Feature

    674 Views - 2 Comments Due to popular demand, we have added a super-useful new feature:When a member watches any video, they can now take a short quiz at the end! Once they pass the quiz they have the option to forward their pr...
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  • Improving the Patient Experience

    6,614 Views - 0 Comments As clinical staff, veterinary technicians are often challenged to fill a diverse range of roles in providing care to their patients. We receive extensive training and continuing education to hone ou...
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  • Thoracocentesis (Thoracentesis)

    7,425 Views - 0 Comments 3rd year Critical Care Resident Mitch Fults, DVM, explains and performs a thoracocentesis (thoracentesis) on a dog.

    4 min 45 sec

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  • PROJECT POTLUCK: Not Just A Social Stigma Anymore

    2,422 Views - 4 Comments Low morale may be an unwelcome guest in every workplace, but is undeniably present in most job places at some point or another. It can be a chore to boost morale, but can also be especially challenging...
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