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Ethology and veterinary practice: Specialists and generalists

Ethologists who study wild animal behavior use the terms "generalist" and "specialist" to describe two different survival strategies. Generalists can thrive in a wide range of environmental conditions and on a varied diet. Specialists,...

source: By Dr. Myrna Milani
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The Annual NYSVMS Holiday Party was held Nov. 30 at The Thayer Hotel in West Point. Attendees included...


When it comes to zebra stripes and flies, it's all about optical illusions. Researchers know that zebra stripes deter flies and probably affect their vision, too. But what flies are — or aren't — seeing when they spot a zebra still remains a mystery.

source: The Horse

If you're still treating the bladders of feline interstitial cystitis cats with antibiotics and anti-inflammatories alone, then Julie Fischer, DVM, DACVIM, of Veterinary Specialty Hospital San Diego, says it's time to get with the program. What these cats need more than...

source: DVM 360

I'm excited that Jen Brandt, Ph.D., recently joined the AVMA staff as our first director of member wellness and diversity initiatives. Dr. Brandt comes to us from The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine and is internationally...

source: AVMA

Student debt is a primary concern across the veterinary profession. While there is no simple fix for this complex issue, Congress has several opportunities to take actions that could help alleviate the burden of student...

source: AVMA

Pets in our region will get more protection during natural disasters thanks to a series of workshops proposed by the Maddie's Shelter Medicine Program. The project received a 2017 Engaged Opportunity Grant through Engaged Cornell and will...

source: Cornell CVM


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