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Ross University Launches iPad Program for Vet Students

Incoming 2016 students at Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine will receive a free iPad custom-designed with learning apps to help enhance their learning experience.

Purina Reformulates Beneful Dog Food

Beef or chicken move to the top of the ingredients list, while a controversial additive is dropped.

Diamond Releases Vet-Exclusive Dog Food

Rx Renal Formula is one of five new recipes from Diamond Pet Foods.

NC Breaks Ground on Biomedical Partnership Center

The 44,500-square-foot Biomedical Partnership Center will include space for North Carolina State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine research activities.

Washington Vet College Confirms Equine Herpes Case

The last Equine Herpes Virus outbreak affecting Washington horses came in May 2011, according to the Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine.

Florida Vet School Forms Collaboration with Miami-Dade Animal Shelter

The externship aims to provide additional learning opportunities for University of Florida veterinary students while enhancing the adoptability of shelter pets in South Florida.

Judges Urge License Suspension for Lindsey

Texas veterinarian who killed a cat in a widely publicized case may escape a board-approved ban.

Study: Vets Hold Key to Growing Pet Insurance

Actively promoting insurance inside the clinic would benefit pets and practices, NAPHIA says.

VMC Announces New Consultant

Dr. Niqole Varani joins Veterinary Management Consultation Inc. of Evergreen, Colo.

New Feline Core Vaccine Available From BIVI

Ultra Hybrid FVRCP offers a 0.5 mL dose and is packaged with a “chain of custody” label.

New Blue Buffalo Foods Target Kidney Disease

Now available: KM Kidney + Mobility Support for cats and KS Kidney Support for dogs.

Aratana Secures Third FDA Approval

Results on the financial and animal therapeutic front have been very good this year.

Tax Issue Threatens Canine Blood Bank

California authorities have ordered canine blood bank, Hemopet pay $82,000 in sales tax on blood provided for transfusions, something that can put the nonprofit under.

Auburn Launches DVM/MPH Dual Degree Option with Alabama

Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine has partnered with the University of Alabama to offer a DVM/MPH dual degree program.

Illinois Launches Certificate Program for Beef Veterinarians

The University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine recently launched its Executive Veterinary Program in Beef Health Management.

Henry Schein Now Accepting Applications for Henry Schein Cares Medal

The medal is given to organizations that commit to expanding access to care for those in need.

University of Georgia Gains GRA Eminent Scholar

Dr. Karen Norris will join the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine in September as its newest Georgia Research Alliance Eminent Scholar.

AVMA Chooses Donlin as Executive VP

Called “a skilled strategist” and member-focused, Janet Donlin will succeed Ron DeHaven.

COE Rejects Arizona Vet School Proposal

The school will appeal the decision.

Auburn University Creates New Large-Animal Scholarship Program with Estate Gift

The Bartlett Scholars Program will provide scholarships for deserving veterinary professional and graduate students with a demonstrated interest in large animal medicine, surgery and theriogenology.

Cornell to Offer New Test for Shar-Pei Breed

Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine Animal Health Diagnostic Center will soon provide a new diagnostic test for Shar-Pei Autoinflammatory Disease.
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