Recently, a group of veterinary dental experts got together to discuss gold standards in veterinary oral care and how practitioners could deploy this care in their hospitals and engage clients to practice oral care at home.
Hear directly from veterinarians, technicians and office managers about the importance of nutritional recommendations for dogs and cats and how they selected their nutrition partner. They will also discuss common myths that they are hearing from pet owners.
A group of experts recently gathered to discuss a new iris-scanning technology—the eyeD Equine Identification System—and how it fits into today's veterinary practice, as well as into the future of equine care. This technology is poised to improve wellness care and client bonding, ensure that veterinary practitioners are treating the right horse, help in identifying a horse that's been lost or stolen, and simplify health certificates.
Through this roundtable, we hope to provide practicing veterinarians with a better understanding of how to recognize food allergies and food intolerance in both cats and dogs, as well as how to help manage the condition through diet.
Recently, a group of veterinary dental specialists, most of them members of the Veterinary Oral Health Council (VOHC), came together to discuss the role of the VOHC for both the veterinarian and the consumer.