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Start the Behavior Conversation
Behavioral medicine in veterinary practices isn’t trendy — it’s essential… READ MORE.

Over the Counter and Under Control
How MAP policies and smart online enforcement keep sales in veterinary hospitals… READ MORE.

Recruitment and Retention
It’s about Culture! – READ MORE.

Heroes for Healthy Pets
A look at how an Infectious Disease Management Certification Program is designed to help keep pets safe from infectious disease… READ MORE.

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Top Four Targets for Fly Control Success: One of the keys to a good defense against flies on any cattle or dairy operation is to know which flies are causing problems and affecting herd health. – READ MORE.

Take a Second Guess: Get a horse’s weight before deworming for effective, sustainable parasite control. – READ MORE.

Exceptional Health Management: The management practices and daily decisions of livestock producers influence the life of each one of their animals, by Dawn Singleton-Olson – READ MORE.

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Advancing the World of Veterinary Medicine
Covetrus’ national meeting was a chance for team members to celebrate the company’s launch and look forward to shared objectives in 2019 and beyond.  – READ MORE.

Trending Upward
Pet spending continues to reach new heights, according to industry figures. – READ MORE.

Update of African Swine Fever
It’s not in the United States (yet), but distributors and veterinarians should be on alert. – READ MORE.

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From The Vet-Advantage BLOG

Veterinarians Weigh In on Better Ways to Address Pet Behavior Issues

It’s no secret that practices are faced with pet behavior issues every day. Behavior is one of the most common problems clients struggle with — whether it’s training a new puppy, trying to manage separation anxiety, or dealing with a wide range of other issues. And, clients often look to their veterinary team for help. READ MORE.

Ideas to Help Practices Thrive in the Face of UVSA Survey Findings

Last year, the American Veterinary Distributors Association (AVDA) — which has become the United Veterinary Services Association (UVSA) — gathered with key animal health industry stakeholders to discuss its future direction to stay relevant to its members.  READ MORE.

10 Years of Supporting Distributor Sales Reps via Veterinary Advantage

Veterinary Advantage magazine recently reached its 10-year anniversary as the only publication focused on animal health distribution sales representatives. To celebrate, we caught up with Chris Kelly, Vet-Advantage’s founder and current Group Publisher for the NAVC… READ MORE.