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Questioning and Assessing Your Pet's Quality of Life
Lisa Hunter, L.S.W., Argus Institute | January 10, 2019
One of the most challenging aspects of caring for a pet involves making decisions for their health and well-being. These decisions become increasingly difficult when considering quality of life.read more
Veterinary Oncology 2019 – Growing to meet the needs of patients and their caretakers.
Dr. Rod Page, D.V.M., Flint Animal Cancer Center Director | December 19, 2018
In the last 30 years, veterinary oncology has developed from an interest group to a multi-specialty, international network of clinical professionals. In total, there may now be more than 1,000 veterinarians that have achieved a formal credential in either medical oncology, radiation oncology or surgery in the United States.read more