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DVM opportunities stem from dairy farm biosecurity

Nov 1, 2004

USDA offers guidance to developing a formal biosecurity plan.

Work/life attitudes bear generational imprints

Nov 1, 2004

In the second of a three-part series, DVM Newsmagazine takes a detailed look at how veterinarians balance work with family and free time. Explore profiles from each generation, cutting data and a new model for admissions.

Veterinarians, students destitute in Grenada

Nov 1, 2004

Grenada, West Indies—Weeks after Hurricane Ivan devastated Grenada, practitioners and students at St. George's University's veterinary school report a dwindling water supply, no electricity and desperate attempts by locals to obtain food and medical care.

Young practitioner sets sights on ownership

Nov 1, 2004

Two years out of veterinary college and Dr. Valeri Devaney is plotting her course up the professional ladder.

Compounding pharmacies sue FDA

Nov 1, 2004

Washington—As the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) works to rewrite guidelines for compounding pharmacies, two lawsuits have emerged accusing the government agency of overstepping its regulatory bounds and unfairly targeting the industry.

Students advertise food animal practice

Nov 1, 2004

Ames, Iowa—With the country facing a shortage of food animal practitioners, aspiring veterinarians at Iowa State University (ISU) are arming themselves with a program designed to reign students into the profession.

Guardianship movement heads into Midwest

St. Louis' effort to secure pets' standing in the community might raise the odds of legal confrontations down the road
Oct 1, 2004

ST. LOUIS—St. Louis is the latest municipality to add guardianship language to its city code.

Shareholders sue PetMed Express

Oct 1, 2004

POMPANO BEACH, FLA.—Three class action securities lawsuits filed against PetMed Express and its top executives allege company officials deceived investors by failing to disclose longtime veterinarian dissension, which purportedly impacted the company's performance.

Animal welfare attitudes, concerns vary among DVM faculty, study reveals

Oct 1, 2004

EAST LANSING, MICH.—Veterinary college faculty are more comfortable with production methods for sheep and cattle than those used in poultry and swine management.

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