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Oregon veterinarians tally retail pharmacists' mistakes

November 14, 2012

Survey reveals dosage changes, product substitutions that have harmed pets.

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NAVTA names Legred new interim executive director

October 31, 2012

Veterinary technician organization transitions to new leadership after organization more than doubles membership.

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Conflict over nonprofit veterinary clinics escalates in Alabama

October 4, 2012

State veterinary board proposes changes to practice act; lack of consensus prevents state VMA from taking a stance.

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Preventive health toolkit aims to increase pet health and veterinary practice visits

October 1, 2012

Program offers online survey followed by strategic tools to guide veterinarians.

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Real-world veterinary experience: AAEP student chapter short courses

October 1, 2012

AAEP-funded courses on dental and foot care expose veterinary students to practical applications.

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USDA issues decertification notice to horse industry organizations

October 1, 2012

Groups challenge amended regulations to Horse Protection Act regarding soring.

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AVMA survey reveals bleak situation for new veterinary graduates

September 27, 2012

Findings indicate that starting salaries, job offers dwindling while average student debt load grows.

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FTC, AVMA, pharmaceutical industry members to discuss business practices and distribution of pet medications

September 14, 2012

AVMA encourages veterinarians to provide comments for the workshop through the federal register by Sept. 14.

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U.S. Reps. from Tennessee and Kentucky sponsor H.R. 6388 to amend the Horse Protection Act

September 14, 2012

Amendments aim to increase protection against equine soring.

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