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Lost cemetery proves costly for DVM in building new practice

February 1, 2012

Dr. Steve Dullard didn't expect to find a cemetery when he broke ground on his new veterinary practice.

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A call to protest

February 1, 2012

Veterinarians converge on Mississippi shelter to address competitive pressures.

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Drought forces better management practices

February 1, 2012

National Report — Years of dry weather followed by the worst drought in Texas' history is forcing ranchers to make some tough decisions and leaving food-animal and equine veterinarians wondering what the next few years will hold.

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Paying it forward with wildlife cases

February 1, 2012

National Report—Most veterinrians have treated injured wildlife brought into their clinics.

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ASPCA, NYC advocacy groups call for reforms to city's carriage horse industry

January 1, 2012

New York City — A veterinarian suspended by The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) after clarifying her own comments about the death of a carriage horse still has not been in contact with her employer.

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Veterinarians review 'The Incredible Dr. Pol'

January 1, 2012

"The Incredible Dr. Pol" is earning praise from viewers, but veterinarians are offering mixed reviews.

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Veterinarian looks out for pets during Occupy Wall Street protest

January 1, 2012

New York City — Curiosity brought Dr. Konstantine Barsky to the Occupy Wall Street Camp at Zuccotti Park in late September. But it was concern for the camp's animl inhabitants that brought the veterinarian back for the next five weeks.

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Working to improve animal health in Africa one village at a time

January 1, 2012

National Report — At Camp Lemonnier in Dijibouti, where U.S. Army Reserve Capt. Jill Lynn, DVM, was stationed for more than six months, temperatures climbed above 100 degrees every day in the summer.

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Judge dismisses harassment claims against former LSU researcher

January 1, 2012

Baton Rouge, La. — Weeks before a Baton Rouge court ultimately threw out a request for a protective order by a Louisiana State University (LSU) graduate student against Marc, Boudreaux, assistant director at the LSU School of Veterinary Medicine's Biotechnology and Molecular Medicine Lab, the university confirmed that it had terminated the veterinary researcher.

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