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New test developed for early detection of canine parvovirus

February 1, 2014

Researchers at Kansas State University have created a quicker, more effective way to identify the known strains of this deadly virus in dogs.

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American Heartworm Society issues revised guidelines

January 23, 2014

Resistance acknowledged; new veterinary testing methods recommended.

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American Academy of Veterinary Acupuncture admitted to AVMA House of Delegates

January 17, 2014

900-member association represents growing practice area, officials say.

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The gonad chronicles, part 2: Veterinary research explores neutering's elusive impact

January 1, 2014

Research suggests that neutering may help modulate unwanted behaviors and eliminate or reduce the risk of some diseases—but exacerbate other health issues. So consider the favorable and adverse effects of neutering to help veterinary clients make informed decisions.

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Veterinary myth-busting: Blood boosters in performance horses

January 1, 2014

A veterinary look at why this new breed of equine supplement is potentially dangerous to horses.

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Getting a handle on heartworm resistance

December 23, 2013

AHS experts discuss what veterinarians and their clients need to know about the emergence of 'evil heartworms.'

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Evidence points to routine retinal screening benefit for older cats

November 23, 2013

Ocular lesions identified before they produced clinical signs in cats over 8.

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From CVC San Diego: How to respond to raw food questions from your veterinary clients

November 3, 2013

Be careful about launching into a scientific explanation.

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Tail vaccination may lead to better cancer treatment in cats

November 1, 2013

Dr. Julie Levy says one to 10 cats of every 10,000 develop cancer at vaccine injection site; new protocol is well--tolerated and effective.

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