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  • May 1, 2003

    A One-Shot Deal?

    FDA approves sale of drug that sterilizes male animals without surgery, but the limitations of Neutersol may lead shelters to keep neutering the old-fashioned way.

  • March 1, 2003

    Controlling Coccidia in the Shelter

    Coccidiosis can have detrimental effects on the health of young animals, but the good news is that strict cleaning protocols and inexpensive treatments make the disease more manageable than other common problems such as URI and parvovirus.

  • July 1, 2002

    Improving the Ounce of Prevention

     Report concludes veterinarians can do more to help clients with pet behavior problems.

  • January 1, 2002

    Different Means to the Same End

    An animal activist and writer in Florida tells of her rewarding experiences with veterinarians, who have assisted local animal protection organizations with public education sessions and medical care and advice.

  • November 1, 2001

    Making Dog Bite Prevention a Community Affair

    AVMA task force recommends the formation of community advisory councils that can focus on curbing the incidence of dog bites.

  • March 1, 2001

    Some Flea Products May Hurt More Than Fleas

    Adopters want Rover to be a happy, itch-free dog, but neither they nor you want that tick-and-flea-free status to come at the expense of pets' or children's health.

  • July 1, 2000

    How to Sex Small Mammals

    When examining creatures this small, it's all in the details. Read on to find out how you can easily tell the boys from the girls.

  • November 1, 1999

    The Impact of Subsidized Veterinary Care

    Ever since humane societies set out to provide affordable animal care to pet owners in need, they've helped animals in hundreds of communities. But they've upset veterinarians in many of those communities as well.

  • July 1, 1998

    Tufts Animal Care and Condition (TACC) Scales for Assessing Body Condition, Weather and Environmental Safety, and Physical Care in Dogs

    These body condition scales were designed to help animal control officers, cruelty investigators, veterinarians, and others more accurately determine the condition of a potentially neglected dog.

  • January 1, 1997

    How to Understand Common Veterinary Terms

    The listed terms are commonly used in such fields as anatomy, physiology, and epidemiology, and make up much of the technical jargon that veterinarians use to describes symptoms, illnesses, even surgical techniques.

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