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Calif. cities line up to enact cat declaw bans

Seven cities scramble as new state law blocks them from regulation veterinary procedures in 2010
Jan 1, 2010

Seven cities scramble as new state law blocks them from regulation veterinary procedures in 2010

AAVMC sets aggressive agenda for veterinary education

Consortium board is in place to help facilitate strategic planning, offer recommendations
Jan 1, 2010

Consortium board is in place to help facilitate strategic planning, offer recommendations

Turning the tide: Bringing veterinarians back to the public animal welfare debate

Animal welfare leaders try to hash out a plan to reclaim their ground in the public arena
Jan 1, 2010

Animal welfare leaders try to hash out a plan to reclaim their ground in the public arena

2010 predictions

Workforce, economy, welfare rank as top issues this year, leaders predict
Jan 1, 2010

Workforce, economy, welfare rank as top issues this year, leaders predict.

Institute of Medicine commits to One Health study at summit

The 16- to 18-month study slated to commence in early 2010
Jan 1, 2010

The crowning achievement at the One Health Commission's first summit was the decision that the Institute of Medicine will conduct a study to act as a road map for the organization

DVMs warm up to technology

New studies show increased use of texting, social networking among practitioners, survey says
Jan 1, 2010

New studies show more texting, social networking among practitioners.

High stakes

Las Vegas gambles on spay/neuter law
Jan 1, 2010

Las Vegas gambles on a new spay/neuter law.

Calif. county approves state's first government-run spay/neuter clinic

County leaders say clinic not meant to compete with local veterinary practices
Jan 1, 2010

County leaders say clinic not meant to compete with local veterinary practices

Rumors swirling over possible move of Cornell's equine drug-testing facility

Dec 11, 2009

The rumored move of the equine drug-testing laboratory from Cornell to another college is not yet a done deal.

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