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Papillomavirus suspected in formation of equine genital tumors

Mar 1, 2011

Equine genital cancer, the second-leading cause of cancer in horses, may be triggered by a newly identified papillomavirus, known as EcPV-2.

For the cause

Female DVM shaves her head to raise money for struggling shelter
Feb 1, 2011

North Bend, Ore. — An Oregon veterinarian and her husband shaved their heads to draw attention to the plight of shelter animals in their community.

Washington classifies heartworm as reportable

Jan 1, 2011

Heartworm is now a reportable condition in the state of Washington.

A cat call for better care

New AAFP president Colleran sets goal of increasing feline veterinary visits
Dec 1, 2010

Hillsborough, N.J. — Although she didn't plan to become a feline practitioner, Dr. Elizabeth Colleran, MS, a 1990 graduate of Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine, is now the new president of the American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP).

TVMA to back legislation to better define equine dentistry

Dec 1, 2010

Austin, Texas — The debate over who can perform equine teeth-floating procedures surfaced again in Texas.

Texas VMA to back legislation to better define equine dentistry

Austin, Texas -- The debate over who can perform equine teeth-floating procedures surfaced again in Texas.
Nov 29, 2010

Austin, Texas -- The debate over who can perform equine teeth-floating procedures surfaced again in Texas.

Has domestication made dogs dumb?

Study examines effect of canines' reliance on human caregivers
Sep 1, 2010

The question of whether dogs have become too "domesticated" has researchers in Australia putting canines to the test for answers.

Breaking down the language barrier

Sep 1, 2010

Hispanic, foreign-born population growth signals need for multilingual expertise in practice, DVMs say

Veterinarians' role in safety of Standardbreds

Sep 1, 2010

The AAEP issues new recommendations targeting the harness racing industry and recommendations for veterinarians' roles.

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