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Pet insurance bill vetoed in California

September 28, 2010

Proposed California legislation to regulate pet insurance just isn't necessary, says California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger.

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U.S. House okays vet services legislation

September 16, 2010

The U.S. House approves a new grants program to increase access to veterinary care in under-served areas.

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California proposes veterinary services tax

September 14, 2010

Calif. Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger is introducing a sales tax that would include veterinary services.

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NCVEI, Brakke, Bayer to study declining numbers of veterinary visits

September 10, 2010

National Report ? A new veterinary research collaboration is investigating reasons for a decline in companion-animal veterinary visits during the past decade.

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Banfield, P2V join forces to help veterans, emergency personnel

September 8, 2010

Portland, Ore. -- The non-profit P2V joined forces with Banfield, The Pet Hospital to provide veterinary care to adopted pets placed with military service members, veterans and emergency first responders.

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Massachusetts Veterinary Medical Association to spearhead campaign to microchip pets

August 13, 2010

Marlborough, Mass. -- The Massachusetts Veterinary Medical Association will lead a statewide campaign in September to microchip pets.

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Video: Interview with the Animal Medical Center's Kathryn Coyne

August 1, 2010

The Animal Medical Center turned 100, and its new CEO Kathryn Coyne talks about its future.

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In the flood zone

August 1, 2010

Belle Meade, Tenn. — The Sunday morning deluge continued unrelenting as two clinic staffers arrived at the Animal Hospital of West Nashville to check on boarded patients.

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AVMA 2010: Veterinarians call for 'seat at the table' when it comes to federal antibiotic use policies in animals

July 29, 2010

Atlanta?Veterinarians should be involved in the 'decision-making process' when it comes to the use of antibiotics in animals.

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