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Surgical Program for Vet Interns Helps Shelter Pets

Veterinary Speciality Center in Buffalo Grove, Ill., launched Shelter Animal Surgical Service to help shelter pets who need surgical procedures.

Study Reveals Ways to Determine Surgical Margins for Feline Tumors

Research from Oregon State University can help surgeons avoid removing noncancerous tissues in cats with feline injection-site sarcoma.

Researchers Repair Nonunion Fractions With Bone Regrowth Tech

Orthopedic surgeons at UC Davis utilized the technology to help repair bone injuries in dogs.

Kristen Levine Launches 1st Annual Pet Anxiety Awareness Week

Kristen Levine Pet Living will raise awareness about pet anxiety starting June 25.

Winn Feline Awards 11 Study Grants

The foundation has awarded $214,000 for 11 feline health studies.

How Equine Veterinarians Can Help Demystify Horse Nutrition

Owners may not know how to best feed their horses. Here's how you can help.

Average Annual Salary for Veterinarians Tops $100K

The Occupational Employment and Wages report from the U.S. Department of Labor Bureau shows veterinarians are earning a higher salary, but not enough to pay off student debts.

One Vet's Journey from the Scalpel to the Paint Brush

Veterinarian-turned-painter Ande Hall, embarking on a second career as an artist, is getting noticed for her talents.

FDA Launches Phase 2 of Animal Drug Database

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration's Center for Veterinary Medicine completed the second phase of their Animal Drugs @ FDA on June 8.

UC Davis Veterinary Technician Creates New Large Animal CT Table

The CT scan process of large animals just became much less of a hassle.

AKC Canine Health Foundation Awards Research Grant to Study Bloat

The study involves the genetics of gastric dilatation volvulus, or bloat, and its association with specific genes of the immune system and gut bacteria.

Canadian Vet Caught on Tape For Abuse Faces Cruelty Charges

Dr. Mahavir Rekhi faces eight counts of causing unnecessary pain or suffering to an animal and eight counts of failing to provide suitable and adequate care for an animal.

Enter the Veterinary Practice News 12th Annual They Ate What?! X-ray Contest

Send us those crazy radiographs!

University of Nebraska Welcomes New Veterinary Diagnostic Center

The university will celebrate the opening on June 9.

US-China Joint DVM Program Celebrates Historic Milestone for Vet Students

The three students were the first to earn their degrees through Chinese government sponsorship since 1949.

St. George’s University, N.C. State Launch Medical, Veterinary Partnership

Through this partnership, N.C. State prevet students have the chance to study veterinary medicine at St. George's University in the West Indies.

Insurance Group Announces First Companion Horse Health Coverage

Crum & Forster Pet Insurance Group of Akron, Ohio, will provide financial reimbursement if a horse gets injured or sick.

Standardized Chart of Accounts Available to Veterinarians

The free Chart of Accounts is the first of many new resources to come from a profession-wide collaboration.

Canine Influenza Virus 2017: Beyond Two Show Dogs

The million-dollar question about the current H3N2 outbreak is whether it will worsen or fizzle out—and how many dogs will be affected.

UC Davis Creates Test for Equine Ocular SCC

Squamous cell carcinoma is one of the most common cancers that affect horses, but a new test from UC Davis researchers can help identify horses at risk.

VIN Foundation Announces Winners of Essay Competition

Solutions for the Profession Competition let vet students propose solutions to issues in the profession.
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