It takes a lot of dedication and patience to train a dog well. However, machines don’t need either, and they provide a wealth of useful data. John Honchariw of Companion talks about training dogs with motion sensor technology.
Given how busy the average veterinary clinic is, it can be hard for veterinarians and technicians to find the time to pass their knowledge along. Victoria Johnson of VetCT talks about microlearning for veterinary professionals.
Burnout is incredibly prevalent in the veterinary industry, so how can veterinarians learn to identify risk of burnout and cope with stress? Dr. Quincy Hawley of Get MotiVETed! about well-being in veterinary medicine.
One of the biggest worries about pet ownership is that your pet will go missing, and while there are methods to identify and track lost pets, they are imperfect solutions. Lorien Clemens of PetHub talks about digital ID tags.
There are several things that veterinary staff need to do to keep clinics running that they likely never learned in school. Kelly Cronin of VetTechLife talks about innovative veterinary training programs.