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Veterinarians spend most of their working time communicating with clients to deliver animal health care. A typical veterinarian with a mean of 20 appointments/d can be expected to have approximately 200,000 such encounters over a 40-year

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Introduction As concerns about the prevalence of pet obesity continue to increase, a clear understanding of veterinarian-client communication specific to pet weight is an important aspect of tackling this growing problem. In human medicine

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During the past decade, access to board-certified veterinarians has increased, which has resulted in more pets being cared for by multiple veterinarians, often at > 1 facility. This availability of board-certified veterinarians benefits pets

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is incumbent on veterinarians to ensure they are well prepared. However, much of the education and experiences veterinarians receive in the developed world may be less useful in resource-poor settings, and veterinarians who intend to work in these

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For hundreds of years, veterinarians have played a critical and widespread role in society, from overseeing the health of horses—the primary mode of transportation into the beginning of the 20th century—to ensuring the safety of animal-based foods

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Introduction Virtual veterinarian-client-patient consultations have the potential to both disrupt and enhance veterinary medicine similar to what is being experienced in human healthcare. 1 , 2 Unlike traditional face-to-face consultations

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Research suggests that veterinarians' perceptions of their clients' needs and expectations with respect to veterinary health care may differ from what those clients actually need or expect when they bring their animals in for care. 1–3 , a In

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Introduction Musculoskeletal discomfort of large animal veterinarians and its potential predictors have been investigated in various countries, with a high prevalence of MSKD consistently reported in the upper extremities (defined as neck

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emerging infections, rabies prevention requires the cooperation of animal control, law enforcement, and natural resource personnel; veterinarians; diagnosticians; public health professionals; physicians; animal and pet owners; and others. An integrated

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