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Get your chuckle on with new cartoon galleries

Our cartoon collection continues to wag tails with the addition of piles of new cartoons that will put a fun little bright spot in your day.

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A chronicle of a vet's life—updated

DVM360 MAGAZINE

Inspired by James Herriot, Dr. P.J. Miller decided to recount his adventures as a veterinarian in the modern age.

Horoscope: Your week in the veterinary world

FIRSTLINE

The stars have aligned and told us the possible ups and downs you could have this week, and how to deal with ’em like the awesome veterinary professional you are.

Mind Over Miller: The stethoscope: Not just a doc prop

DVM360 MAGAZINE

A stethoscope at the ready is a sign of progress in veterinary medicine, Dr. Miller says—it reflects an ability to differentiate normal from abnormal.

Photo gallery: The furry faces of fall

FIRSTLINE

These precious pets are having a howling good time enjoying the perks of autumn.

What the eclipse taught me about customer service

DVM360 MAGAZINE

From a big city to a small town, from an isolated island to a mall, my big trip to see astronomy at work also reminded me how things have changed for American consumers and maybe veterinary hospitals.

World's cutest dog muzzle?

VETTED

This soft, duck-billed muzzle might turn an angry dog outburst into a funny angry-Donald Duck-like experience. Veterinary professionals, decide for yourself.

Signs your clients might be helicopter pet parents—dvm360 flowchart

VETTED

Follow the path to uncover the type of pet owners you serve.

Come one, come all: DIY Halloween costumes are waiting for you

FIRSTLINE

From Bat-Cat to Harry Pupper, there’s something for pets of all sizes in these easy costumes.

Voting open for Nationwide's 2017 Hambone Awards

DVM360 MAGAZINE

Annual contest crowns the year's most unusual pet insurance claim, with a prize for the veterinary hospital that treated the winner.

Veterinary snark charts

VETTED

Venn diagrams to express some of the agony and the ecstasy of life in a veterinary practice.