Raising the profile for more veterinary rehabilitation and sports medicine doctors

Matthew Brunke, DVM, DACVSMR, CCRP, CVA, CCMT, a sports medicine and rehabilitation specialist, aimed to raise awareness for the role during a presentation at the 2022 Fetch dvm360® Conference in…

Herbal Medicine May Treat the Global Surge in Precocious Puberty: Doctors

A surge in cases of precocious puberty was reported in many countries after the COVID-19 pandemic began, raising a need for effective treatment. Some Traditional Korean Medicine (TKM) doctors say…

47 New Doctors of Veterinary Medicine recognized during 2022 Spring Commencement

May 18, 2022 TU College of Veterinary Medicine Class of 2022 Oath Ceremony. Contact: Anissa Riley, Director of External Affairs, College of Veterinary Medicine The Tuskegee University College of Veterinary…

It’s not just doctors and nurses. Veterinarians are burning out, too

At the park near Duboce Triangle in San Francisco, 5 pm is canine happy hour. About 40 dogs run around, chasing balls and wrestling, as their owners coo and ’90s…

Why Aren’t There More Dogs at the Doctor’s Office?

Dogs have long been known for their incredible sense of smell. As the earliest domesticated animals, they have also developed unique skills for working closely with humans and reading our…

Veterinarian workforce can’t keep up with demand, face same challenges as regular doctors

Many veterinary clinics had to significantly reduce their opening times during the pandemic, which led to a deadline that was an additional burden on the already burnt-out, understaffed veterinary workforce.…

Doctors missing in primary health center in Jabalpur, stray dog lives in hospital

Jabalpur (Madhya Pradesh): Doctors were missing from Chargawan’s primary health center, Jabalpur, and stray dogs were living in the hospital. The patients waited more than an hour for the doctors…

Livestock medicine doesn’t work against COVID, doctors warn – AgriNews

JACKSON, miss. (AP) – The Mississippi Department of Health warns people against using veterinary medicine to try to treat COVID-19 after poison control centers received calls about ingestion and illness,…

Livestock medicine doesn’t work against COVID, doctors warn

JACKSON, miss. The Mississippi Department of Health warns people against using veterinary medicine to try to treat COVID-19 after poison control centers received calls about ingestion and illness, including two…

Doctors: Livestock medicine doesn’t work against COVID

Mississippi State Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas Dobbs responds to a question during a press conference on the Mississippi COVID-19 response in Jackson, Mississippi, Thursday, August 19, 2021. (AP Photo /…