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Specialty practice grows out of dot-com bust

Five owners expand practice, pairing renowned services with industrial chic design
Sep 1, 2004

San Francisco Veterinary Specialists (SFVS) bills itself as the only specialty referral hospital in the city, offering internal medicine, dentistry, oncology, surgery, ophthalmology and holistic care.

AAVSB, AVMA disband efforts to unite programs

'Independent entity' proves deal breaker for autonomous exam
Sep 1, 2004

PHILADELPHIA—Two of the nation's top veterinary medical groups are giving up efforts to unite their rival educational equivalency programs for graduates of non-accredited schools.

Animal welfare rises to forefront at AVMA

President Bonnie Beaver to delegates: 'It is time to get our heads out of the sand'
Sep 1, 2004

PHILADELPHIA— Animal agriculture resolutions and Dr. Bonnie Beaver's presidential speech set a welfare-related tone for this year's American Veterinary Medical Association's (AVMA) House of Delegates (HOD) meeting.

Specialty practice grows out of dot-com bust

Five owners expand practice, pairing renowned services with industrial chic design
Sep 1, 2004

San Francisco Veterinary Specialists (SFVS) bills itself as the only specialty referral hospital in the city, offering internal medicine, dentistry, oncology, surgery, ophthalmology and holistic care.

MVMA backs full disclosure for vaccines

Association leaders race to spread initiative before lawmakers introduce related bill
Sep 1, 2004

AUGUSTA, MAINE—The Maine Veterinary Medical Association (MVMA) champions full disclosure of vaccine information to pet owners and is setting out to create a model form for practitioners.

Major study to document, measure food animal practitioner issues

Associations form coalition to ensure veterinarians remain involved in nation's food supply systems
Aug 1, 2004

Associations form coalition to ensure veterinarians remain involved in nation's food supply systems

Peddie plans to retire from AVMA in 2005

Aug 1, 2004

SCHAUMBURG, ILL.—Dr. James Peddie is leaving his post as American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) treasurer as well as his teaching position at a california community college.

Law mandates microchips for violent dogs

Colorado forces owners to implant identification chips as New York lawmakers consider a similar measure for companion animals
Aug 1, 2004

Colorado forces owners to implant identification chips as New York lawmakers consider a similar measure for companion animals

California pushes cosmetic surgery ban

Aug 1, 2004

SACRAMENTO, CALIF.— A state initiative to outlaw canine ear cropping has been affixed to the California Veterinary Medical Board's (CVMB) sunset review, and if passed, would enact the first cosmetic surgery ban in the nation.

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