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Human-animal bond steps up legal exposure

Jul 1, 2003

Owners aim for more in malpractice, wrongful death cases; guardianship movement steamrolls ahead

SPCA $15 million venture alarms area specialists

Jun 1, 2003

San Francisco-As the San Francisco Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) expands with a $15 million specialty referral center set to open late next year, local practitioners fear the nonprofit's tax-exempt status and fundraising perks will choke area small business.

Declaw bill breaks down in California legislature

Jun 1, 2003

CVMA sets sights on repealing West Hollywood's well-publicized ordinance

Race, gender play role in WesternU admissions

Jun 1, 2003

Pomona, Calif.-Western University of Health Sciences (WesternU) opens its doors this fall not only as the nation's newest veterinary college, but as the only program boasting a 15 percent male class.

AVMA presidency belongs to Jack Walther

Jun 1, 2003

Longtime DVM to be sworn in next month; promises action will jumpstart organization

Delegates consider dues hike, resolutions

Jun 1, 2003

140th AVMA Annual Convention kicks off July 19; former New York City mayor Rudolph Giuliani hosts keynote address

AAVMC looking at human resource needs

May 1, 2003

Leaders expect to unveil white paper at the group's annual meeting in July

Producer positions PPA for regulatory approval

May 1, 2003

Pensacola, Fla.- PRN Pharmacal is urging the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to fully approve phenylpropanolamine (PPA) as a new animal drug and pledges $2 million to study it for exclusive label rights - a move that's caught the attention of at least one manufacturing competitor.

Education company buys Ross for $310 million

May 1, 2003

St. Kitts, West Indies-Ross University's medical and veterinary medical schools have been sold for $310 million to international higher education company DeVry, Inc. The move comes as longtime veterinary college Dean Michael Shires, DVM, retires and former North Carolina State associate dean Dr. David DeYoung takes his seat.

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