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Ashworth College Launches Online Vet Tech Program

Graduates will receive an Associate of Applied Science degree.

USDA Launches One Health Web Portal

The page has the USDA's work on antimicrobial resistance, avian influenza, swine influenza and other One Health resources.

Komodo Dragon Thriving After Surgery, Thanks to Denver Zoo Vets

After being diagnosed with peritonitis, Anika, the Komodo dragon, had to have surgery to remove her reproductive organs.

Dog Found With Teeth Growing Out of Ears

Esmeralda seemed to have four ears with teeth growing out of some.

AVMA Launches Clinical Studies Database

The database will help veterinarians looking for animals for their clinical studies, as well as vets and owners looking for treatment options.

Peggy Schmidt Joins Kansas Vet School as New Associate Dean

"Dr. Schmidt brings an outstanding skill set and a great deal of passion for promoting excellence in veterinary education."

Vet Gives Bullied Fish a Prosthetic Eye

It's the second procedure of its kind, and the first done on a privately owned fish.

KSU Launches Vet Photo Competition

The theme is "international veterinary medicine."

Seal With Broken Jaw Treated by UK Vet

The seal, named Bonnie, was found abandoned, and was taken to the Hunstanton Sea Life Sanctuary in the UK.

An Employee Called in Sick, Then Posted Photo on Facebook

If you think your employee is abusing sick days, here's what to do.

NorthStar VETS Earns Level I VECCS Certification

The certification makes NorthStar VETS is the only VECCS-certified Level I veterinary emergency and critical care facility in New Jersey, New York, and Delaware.

University of Florida to Expand Shelter Operations by Fall

The University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine plans to expand its shelter operations through a new mobile unit that is currently under construction.

UK Veterinary Groups React to Brexit

"The UK's decision to leave the European Union will have a significant impact on matters of interest to the veterinary profession," says the British Veterinary Association.

Letters to the Editor: June 2016 Issue

Viewpoints from Veterinary Practice News readers.

Reply to 'An Open Letter to the Veterinary Community About COE Standards'

JAVMA editor-in-chief Kurt J. Matushek, DVM, MS, Dipl. ACVS, responds.

UF’s Ocala Emergency Clinic Gains AAHA Accreditation

The University of Florida Pet Emergency Treatment Services recently gained accreditation from the American Animal Hospital Association.

From Colleague to Boss: Can We Still be Friends?

Friends with their team before they were promoted, this practice manager wonders if those friendships may cause problems for them as a manager.

Are You Saving for the Next Recession?

A new video from the AVMA explains why you should.

Serena Williams Could Have Been a Veterinarian

In a Wall Street Journal profile, Serena Williams talks about what she might have done if she hadn't started playing tennis.

IDEXX Launches Low-Dose Radiography System

The ImageVue™ DR50 Digital Imaging System uses 40 to 50 percent less radiation.

Sarcoid Tumors Linked to Genetic Susceptibility in Horses

A new study led by scientists at the Baker Institute for Animal Health at Cornell University’s College of Veterinary Medicine shows genetic differences in immune function partly account for why some horses get sarcoid tumors while others do not.
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