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CVC Kansas City posts solid attendance, new programs debut

August 30, 2009

Kansas City -- According to preliminary estimates, more than 6,000 attendees converged on CVC Kansas City this weekend.

Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

Veterinarians aren't wallowing in recession

August 30, 2009

Eighty percent of small-animal veterinary clinics are continuing to grow, despite the economic climate.

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Understand the anatomy of state board investigations

August 30, 2009

Dissecting a state-board investigation can go a long way to easing fear and stress.

Klausner anointed chief medical officer at Banfield

August 28, 2009

Portland -- Jeffrey Klausner, DVM, MS, Dipl. ACVIM a senior vice president and chief medical officer for Banfield, The Pet Hospital.

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Veterinarian is top amateur in cross-country bicycle race

August 1, 2009

Wausau, Wis.— It took this 60-year—old veterinarian 11 days to ride 3,021 miles across the United States on a bicycle. He did it averaging two hours of sleep each night.

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Banfield discontinues cosmetic ear cropping, tail docking

July 27, 2009

Portland, Ore. -- Banfield, The Pet Hospital will discontinue ear cropping and tail docking surgeries, the company reports today.

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San Francisco considers ban on cat declaw surgeries

July 16, 2009

San Francisco -- San Francisco may become the second U.S. city to adopt legislation banning the declawing of cats for non-therapeutic reasons.

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Osteoarthritis in the geriatric canine

July 1, 2009

Athens, Ga. — Osteoarthritis affects millions of dogs each year. Joint injuries can lead to the development of OA later in life.

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Study: Chihuahuas bite vets most; Lhaso Apsos inflict worst injuries

July 1, 2009

Lakewood, Colo. — Chihuahuas are most likely to bite veterinarians. Lhaso Apsos deliver one of the most severe bites.

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