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Cultivating skills

The HSVMA Student Chapter at the University of Wisconsin recently hosted a cadaver spay lab and a suture lab. These educational events provide veterinary students a great opportunity to develop much-needed surgical skills in an encouraging atmosphere designed for optimum learning that promotes humane veterinary training.

HANDS-ON LEARNING»

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Spotlight on Cara Yanussi

Veterinary technicians are essential to any successful veterinary team. During HSVMA-RAVS clinics, they run field anesthesia services with skill and dedication and are the backbone that allows us to do what we do with exceptional standards. This month, we put the spotlight on one of our invaluable, long-time volunteers.

MEET CARA»

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Nuisance barking webinar

Do clients ask you for advice on how to deal with dogs who "have too much to say?" Join us on June 8 as we discuss motivations for barking, how a variety tools that claim to reduce barking work, and more during our next webinar, "Nuisance Barking in Dogs: Welfare Implications of Different Treatment Modalities."

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