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Preventive health guidelines aim to spur client communication, boost practice visits

Oct 1, 2011

National Report — New preventive health guidelines for dogs and cats were recently unleashed by the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) and the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA).

Summit nets thought leaders to address professional issues

Oct 1, 2011

Student debt, economy and declining veterinary visits all headlined this year's 2011 Pet Healthcare Industry Summit sponsored by Banfield Pet Hospital.

Debt crisis looms for veterinary students

Oct 1, 2011

When it comes to the economics of veterinary education, the future is unsustainable for most students.

Veterinarians honor 9/11 responders on 10-year anniversary

Oct 1, 2011

Jersey City, N.J. — Fifty-one members of Veterinary Medical Assistance Teams (VMAT) responded following the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001.

San Antonio veterinary hospital, kennel battle canine influenza outbreak

Sep 26, 2011

"This just spread like wildfire," says veterinarian Michele Wright of Huebner Oaks Veterinary Hospital.

Veterinary groups form coalition to jumpstart visits to veterinarians

Sep 1, 2011

St. Louis — The number of veterinary visits is falling, and a new partnership between veterinary associations and animal health companies aims to reverse the trend.

Pet owners push back on prices

National survey gauges DVM, pet owner attitudes on economy, pricing, wellness
Sep 1, 2011

National survey gauges DVM, pet owner attitudes on economy, pricing, wellness.

Dengue fever vaccine shows promise after clinical trials

Sep 1, 2011

Madison, Wis. — A new vaccine to protect against dengue fever has proven safe and effective in preclinical studies

Veterinarians brace for hurricane response as Irene collides with East Coast

Aug 26, 2011

National Report ? The American Society of Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) says it is working with a coalition of groups to mobilize veterinarians and other emergency resources to respond to Hurricane Irene's impending threat to New York City and other areas.

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