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EVENTS

Registration has opened for the Lehigh Valley Veterinary Spring Symposium for area veterinarians and veterinary nurses to attend. The event will be held at Bear Creek Mountain Resort on March 31, 2019.

Changes are coming in 2019 regarding compounding and the use of chemotherapy in practices

All 50 states allow unlimited administration of drugs made under CGMP from a 503B outsourcing facility. This is a great...

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Yappy Hour and New Website Launch Pawty!

Bring your pooch and come on out to help us celebrate the launch of our new website at the last...

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Dermatology PDF Handout

Dermatology Symposium Handout  Please print out or reference this handout for Sunday’s symposium. This link will only be live for...

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Things to Know Before Your Pet’s Cataract Consultation

Things to Know Before Your Pet’s Cataract Consultation Cataracts affect all kinds of animals, from cats and dogs to rabbits,...

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National Veterinary Technician Week: October 14th -20th, 2018

“Your Trusted Partner in Lifelong Care” It was 25 years ago that the U.S. Congress voted to declare the third...

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Dr. Emily Tincher speaks at 2018 AVMA Convention

Dr. Emily Tincher at AVMA Dr. Emily Tincher participated in 5 hours of CE at the 2018 AVMA Convention in...

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Challenges in Feline Cardiology

Challenges in Feline Cardiology   HEART DISEASE IN CATS Heart disease is highly prevalent in cats, with multiple studies confirming...

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Case presentation: Interventional Procedures

We as veterinary cardiologists have the ability to perform several types of interventional procedures.  The more commonly performed procedures include...

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Oral epitheliotropic lymphoma: An uncommon presentation of a common disease

A 9-year-old female spayed Welsh Corgi was presented to the Hope Oncology Service for evaluation and discussion of treatment options...

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We need to talk about Feline Injection Site Sarcomas!

We need to talk about Feline Injection Site Sarcomas. I will call them FISS from now on. No one really...

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