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Articles by Brendan Howard

Brendan Howard


Brendan Howard is senior editor of the Advanstar Veterinary Content Group.

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Banfield sees bump in obese and overweight pets
June 1, 2012

Well-pet veterinary visits to point out such problems are crucial in preventing disease, according to the second annual report from Banfield.

Election 2010: AVMA, Missouri VMA on losing side of Missouri's 'puppy mill' ballot proposal
November 2, 2010

Both associations argue that better enforcement is the answer.

AAVMC head speaks out on current college budget crises
November 1, 2010

Veterinary schools are desperately seeking new financial resources.

Biosecurity: Where West Nile started
October 1, 2010

Dr. Tracey S. McNamara evaluates today's national biosecurity and recounts her tale seeing the first hints of West Nile Virus in New York

California mulls change to veterinary medical board
September 1, 2010

Senate may dissolve RVT committee, add member to California veterinary board

Rare fungus spreads
June 1, 2010

National Report — A "highly virulent" strains of the fungus Cryptococcus gattii is spreading in the Pacific Northwest and infectin gboth humans and animals.

Debating the needs of education
June 1, 2010

Kansas City, Mo. — "Education speed-dating." That's how one participant described the first of three days of discussion about the present and future of veterinary education at a meeting of the North American Veterinary Medical Education Consortium (NAVMEC).

Second veterinary education reform meeting debates merits of sustainable models
May 11, 2010

Kansas City, Mo. -- "Educational speed-dating." That's how one participant described the first of three days of discussion on the veterinary college of the present and the future at a meeting of the North American Veterinary Medical Education Consortium (NAVMEC).

'Highly virulent' fungus spreading among humans, animals
May 7, 2010

Portland, Ore. -- A "highly virulent" strain of the fungus Cryptococcus gattii is spreading in the Pacific Northwest and infecting both humans and animals, according to a recent study. But Oregon's public health veterinarian and one of the study's co-authors say media reports have exaggerated the threat of the rare fungal infection.

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