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AVMA watches new year's resolutions

January 1, 2014

The organization?s legislative agenda lists bills that may affect its members in a variety of ways.

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Acting on the fly: A veterinarian's little brother gets into a sticky situation

October 1, 2013

Veterinarian Bo Brock's doctor-brother gets 'stuck' in an ostrich hunt.

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Video: Cock-a-doodle-DON'T

September 30, 2013

Devoicing and debeaking are complex veterinary surgical procedures performed on roosters to keep them from making noise and fighting. Dr. Eric Klaphake offers his views on these techniques and how to explain them to clients.

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Avian flu studies are fit to print, says U.S. biosecurity board

April 4, 2012

National Science Advisory Board for Biosecurity recommends publishing revised studies on mutated H5N1 virus.

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Just Ask the Expert: Why does this duck have a foamy eye?

October 1, 2011

Dr. Juliet Gionfriddo helps find the cause of Lucky Duck's eye matter.

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Avian influenza investigated on Missouri turkey farm

April 14, 2011

Polk County, Mo. -- A Missouri farm was quarantined and is under investigation by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) after an outbreak of Avian influenza (H7N3).

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Biosecurity: Where West Nile started

October 1, 2010

Dr. Tracey S. McNamara evaluates today's national biosecurity and recounts her tale seeing the first hints of West Nile Virus in New York

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Today's Daily Dose: Avian medicine

September 14, 2010

Why are cockatiels more likely to develop lockjaw?

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Understanding and managing behavior problems in birds (Proceedings)

August 1, 2010

Relaxed: fluffed feathers under the beak and on the head, preen, stretch, eye closing slightly, pupils normal size, head low around shoulders, vocalizing quietly, gently playing with a toy or object, one foot tucked up close to the body, rouse, flick its wings or shakes tail, scratches its own head

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