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Blog: So where do things stand with dog populations in the U.S.?

March 26, 2014

Crackdowns on breeding, success with shelter neutering--while good things--could leave future veterinary clients without a source for pet dogs.

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Scott Palmer appointed as New York's first equine veterinary medical director

January 15, 2014

Position created to ensure ethical standards and safety in state?s horse racing industry.

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Pets and Vets: Clopton indicted on 52 counts in 'Edgewood 48' case

January 2, 2014

Ex-veterinarian stripped of her license last year, indicted on 48 counts of animal cruetly, practicing veterinary medicine without a license and three drug possession felonies.

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QUIZ: How much do you know about the American West's wild horse population?

November 21, 2013

A recent evaluation by a National Research Council committee sheds light on the National Wild Horses and Burros Program.

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Blog: Survey of young pet owners calls shelter marketing into question

November 19, 2013

'Problem pets' stigma is driving down adoptions, experts fear.

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Letters: Onychectomy complications

November 1, 2013

A reader's response to "Mind Over Miller: An exorbitant onychectomy" in the August 2013 issue.

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SLIDESHOW: Economic and political challenges abound in efforts to manage horses on public lands

October 22, 2013

Study finds if processes go unchanged and trends continue, the already overpopulated American West could see a runaway wild horse population.

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Wild horse population projected to reach catastrophic levels

October 15, 2013

Economic and political challenges abound in efforts to manage horses on public lands.

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Center for Veterinary Biologics employees sent back to work to approve animal vaccines

October 8, 2013

Despite shutdown furloughs, AVMA and Rep. Schrader push ag secretary to reassess CVB workers as critical to public health.

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