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Dental Extractions - How to stay in the frying pan and out of the fire! - Steve Holmstrom, DVM, DAVDC
How do we keep animals mentally stimulated and more active? Food puzzles. - Kara Burns, MS, MEd, LVT, VTS
What are common ovariohysterectomy complications? - Don Waldron, DVM, DACVS
- David Liss, RVT, VTS (E&CC), VTS (SAIM), CVPM
Knowing how to perform a basic physical assessment and examination in small animal species is an essential skill for a veterinary technician. Although we do not diagnose, veterinary team members are responsible for recognizing signs of pathology and reporting those to the treating veterinarian. This video shows the basic nose-to-tail technique for performing a physical and identifies key differences in dogs and cats, while reinforcing normal values and abnormal signs to watch out for.