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FDA approves chewable flea-tick preventive from Merck

May 20, 2014

Bravecto approved to kill ectoparasites for 12 weeks in single dose.

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Compounded drug may have killed four horses, FDA reports

May 16, 2014

10 horses in Kentucky and Florida affected by EPM treatment; agency is investigating.

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Veterinary surgeons group introduces ACVS Surgery Summit

May 15, 2014

New name for annual event represents evolution, increased benefits to veterinarians, organizers say.

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AAVMC partners with Zoetis for veterinary scholarship program

May 13, 2014

More than $3.6 million awarded since program?s inception five years ago.

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Texas veterinarian accused of keeping dogs for experiments in 'deplorable' conditions

May 12, 2014

Dr. Millard Tierce suspected of animal cruelty after former employee notified clients their pet was not euthanized as agreed upon.

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Feline medicine, Fairness to Pet Owners Act and more in the dvm360 Five

May 12, 2014

Special report from CVC Washington, D.C.

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dvm360 iPad publication: Issue 35 is now available

May 8, 2014

In this issue: How to cope with negative reviews, 7 tips to fill down time, what to do if an employee is stealing, and a study of a cat's responsiveness to an owner's voice, plus photos, videos, quizzes and more.

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Golden retriever study confronts heartbreak of cancer with unparalleled veterinary research effort

May 1, 2014

Recognizing a large hole in this area of veterinary medical knowledge, Morris Animal Foundation has pioneered the largest study of its kind—and given hope to veterinarians and pet owners alike.

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Veterinarians may ignore signs of compassion fatigue

May 1, 2014

Negative reviews can contribute to a condition veterinarians are exceptionally prone to—and often suffer from in silence.

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