Topics: Dog Breeds, Tramadol
I got the call on January 12th 2017 from my parents across the country in California that their/our 10.5 year-old Golden Doodle, “Yankee” had just experienced a generalized seizure, the first of his life.
It lasted for what seemed like an eternity but was probably just a few minutes and my parents were extremely worried. Fortunately, the episode subsided and no additional seizures occurred immediately after.
Topics: Veterinary Blogs, Cancer, Oncology
I have to say that I had an absolute blast at SAVMA 2017. Having supported and attended SAVMA now for over 10 years in a row, I always get inspired and see something new each year. Thanks to the Texas A&M students and their faculty for putting on this event!
Topics: SAVMA, Conferences
There has been a great conversation going on in a ViralVet thread regarding recent corporate consolidation. The recent acquisition of VCA by Mars has prompted many of us to think about how corporatization of our profession may impact the future of veterinary medicine.