Earlier this year, the FDA concluded a report about the dangers of dog bone treats. Coby Richter, DVM, DACVS, blogs about an example of why dog bones can cause fatal complications.

Every time I walk by the bulk bins in certain grocery stores, I recall a beautiful middle aged Boxer dog that died because her family decided to give her a new treat. She’s not the only death from a...

Just as with dogs and cats, there are many different types of emergency presentations that you might see during an avian veterinary visit. To learn about the avian physical exam and gaining a thorough history, check out Part One of this article.

 

Common Avian Emergencies

CPR

Unfortunately, cardiac arrest carries a poor prognosis in birds. Direct...

At DoveLewis, an astounding variety of species are walked, wheeled and carried through our doors on a daily basis. In addition to dogs and cats, we regularly treat a cornucopia of exotic pets and wildlife, including (but not limited to) psittacines, rats, ferrets, raptors, turtles, rabbits, chickens, guinea pigs, hamsters, snakes and fish. Unfortunately, pet birds are almost universally prey...

Kate Earl, DVM, CVA, reviews the benefits of acupuncture in a canine patient experiencing arthritis.

Review a case with Katherine Earl, DVM, CVA, of a canine patient who presented with osteoarthritis and recently had an episode of idiopathic vestibular disease.

In the second video of the B.A.R on the Floor series, Veterinary Well-being Program Director Debrah Lee discusses recognizing ways to expand your window of tolerance. <br /> <a href="/sites/atdove.org/files/publicFiles/Additional%20Resources%20-%20Expanding%20Your%20Window%20of%20Tolerance.pdf" style=" background: #0CA04F; color: #ffffff; font-size: 85%;...

DoveLewis Technician Training Specialist Jessica Waters-Miller, CVT, shares her expeirence with grief, and the journey to finding resilience.

 

I remember thinking a few months ago, when I was in the darkest times of my grief, that I would not have considered myself resilient over the past year-year and a half. I felt guilty about not being a more...

Stressful moments happen every day in veterinary medicine. Learn from Veterinary Well-being Program Director Debrah Lee, LCSW, about coping with these moments no matter where you are.

There are many different reactions that we may be experiencing as our “new normal” continues to unfold during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Feeling a little out of control is normal right now. It is an uncomfortable reality. Sometimes we react to that discomfort with avoidance or by trying to assert control into more areas of our life—feeding into the idea that we can control the future. When...

In this first video of the B.A.R on the Floor series, Veterinary Well-being Program Director Debrah Lee will discuss the impact of stress and how to develop a greater understanding of it's impact. <br /> <a href="/sites/atdove.org/files/publicFiles/Additional%20Resources%20-%20An%20Introduction%20to%20Trauma.pdf" style=" background: #0CA04F; color: #ffffff;...

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