In theory, the bigger an animal is, the faster it should be able to travel. However, observations of different animals have shown this not the case. Researchers have been trying to provide answers as to why and a new study suggests it has to do with muscle fibers and energy.
Do certain types microbiota show up on the skin of allergic cats that aren't on the skin of healthy cats?
Researchers from Texas A&M University set out to test bacterial microbiota on different skin surfaces of healthy cats and cats with allergic skin disease. Testing the microbiota is a growing area [...]
Pet owners are more likely to know their neighbors and benefit from everyday social interactions.
Researchers from the University of Western Australia had conducted a study in 2005 that indicated pet ownership led to increased social capital and wanted to test whether that held true. To do this, they surveyed pet [...]
Bring your inactive clients back by participating in a program now used by over a thousand veterinary practices. By taking advantage of this program that offers proven success in bring clients back, you'll be able to provide a large number of your MIA patients the preventive healthcare they need and [...]
Lauren Siegfried shares some insights about the first 10 years of starting a career. She notes the restlessness often felt throughout careers which is not exclusive to the first decade. She suggests these things to set yourself up for success:
Document your wins
Contribute to team achievements
Pursue a personal project
Source: The [...]
Veterinary students affected by federal loan rate increase
Federal student loan rates increased on July 1, affecting veterinary students who will be taking out these federal loans to help fund their education. Rates for direct unsubsidized loans for graduate students rose from 5.31% to 6% and rates for direct PLUS loans [...]