Michael Nappier, DVM, DABVP - Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine
Michael Nappier is assistant professor of community practice in the Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences at the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine in Blacksburg, Virginia.
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Feb 14, 2018
A new study shows that dogs better attend to gestural commands than verbal ones, but for the best result, try combining word and deed.
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Jan 22, 2018
Employ these easily executed efforts for keeping cats more content in your veterinary practice.
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Jan 08, 2018
A recent study proposes the first-ever molecular model for the cause of rabies infection-associated behavior.
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Nov 29, 2017
Some cats don’t respond to catnip, but this study suggests there are other options for veterinary clients to try.
Journal Scan: The potential prognostic value of NT-proBNP assays in cats with congestive heart failure
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Jul 20, 2017
Comparing a cat's initial concentration of this assay with the results at discharge and during follow-up may help assess survival time.
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Feb 06, 2017
MYK-461 shows promise as a novel veterinary approach to treating the disease at a molecular level.
VETERINARY ECONOMICS - Jan 20, 2017
Ever wondered how veterinary school has changed since you graduated? Here’s what my students at Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine do in a busy day.
DVM360 MAGAZINE - Nov 09, 2016
Reader, dvm360 contributor agree: Veterinary patients that bite need a different technique.
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Oct 17, 2016
When it comes to regional nerve blocks in veterinary dentistry, are two “bups”—bupivacaine and buprenorphine—better than one?
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Sep 26, 2016
Study shows that longer use may be OK, even in cats with kidney disease, but more research is needed.
VETTED - Sep 01, 2016
We've seen the future, and it is wellness plans. Bottom-line: Tailor them to what works best for your veterinary practice.
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Aug 15, 2016
Recent study findings suggest NV-02, a feline anti-nerve growth factor antibody, could be used as a safe, long-term analgesic in cats with degenerative joint disease-related pain.
VETERINARY ECONOMICS - Jun 15, 2016
These low-stress handling techniques help this teaching hospital save patients, clients and doctors from everyday stressful events.
VETERINARY MEDICINE - May 20, 2016
A veterinary study examines the efficacy of a novel coronavirus inhibitory compound in stopping this deadly feline infection in its tracks.