Articles by Rachael Whitcomb - Veterinary Healthcare
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Articles by Rachael Whitcomb

Finding compromise

Dec 1, 2011

Practice negotiates settlement with state's environmental agency over medical-waste disposal.

Veterinarian recounts Zanesville's tragic killing of 49 exotic, wild animals

Dec 1, 2011

Zanesville, Ohio — "One of the captains ... said to me, 'We all knew this was going to end badly, we just didn't know how badly it would (end).'"

Oregon surveys veterinarians about scope of illegal practice

Dec 1, 2011

Salem, Ore. — Chiropractic treatment by non-veterinarians is believed to be the most common form of "illegal practice" in Oregon, according to a new survey of veterinarians by the Oregon Veterinary Medical Association (OVMA).

AAHA releases new anesthesia guidelines

Dec 1, 2011

AAHA offers new guidelines for anesthesizing dogs and cats.

HSUS leaders host briefing in support of California's downer livestock law

Dec 1, 2011

Washington — The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) and a number of other animal welfare groups are asking the U.S. Supreme Court to reject a lawsuit filed by the National Meat Association that seeks to overturn a California law banning the killing and processing of "downer" livestock."

Competition concerns

Dec 1, 2011

MSU cancels mobile clinic partly in response to concerns about competition from local DVMs.

States probe pay for DVMs

Dec 1, 2011

State survey shows some veterinarians make far below the national average.

The return of horse slaughter?

Nov 30, 2011

The door may have re-opened to horse slaughter, following a five-year federal ban.

FDA files notice of appeal over veterinary compounding ruling

Nov 18, 2011

Ocala, Fla. -- The federal government appealed the September decision of a Florida district court that ruled the U.S. Food and Drug Administration overstepped its authority when it tried to shut down a veterinary compounding pharmacy.

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