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More Pot for Pet Owners Means Pets Get Access Too

Veterinarians brace for rise in pet toxicity cases as more states move to legalize or decriminalize marijuana use.

Why Enthusiasm is Growing for Emerging Technology

Telemedicine, 3-D printing, radiology and biotechnology may be coming to your veterinary clinic soon.

How Electrochemotherapy Opens Doors to Additional Treatment

Find out the latest on this emerging therapeutic.

Rabies Booster Works in Some Exposed Pets

JAVMA study is the first to present scientific data on animals with out-of-date rabies vaccinations.

Orthotics, Prosthetics Move Beyond DIY

Though the field of orthotics and prosthetics is young, the science and development of equipment is evolving. Find out the latest.

How To Sort Out Cats That Can't Close Their Mouths

Find out the common causes for this problem.

New Therapies Take Hold in Fight Against Cancer

Veterinary oncologists, take a look: A host of emerging therapies are coming to treat pet cancer.

Drug Maker Putney Celebrates Regulatory Successes

Portland, Maine, company has won five FDA approvals of generic animal drugs over the past five months.

Elanco Completes Takeover of Novartis Animal Health

The Novartis veterinary pharmaceutical division merges with Elanco but loses the Sentinel parasitic line in the process.

Another Zebra Diagnosis: Feline Pyogenic Granuloma

Find out the latest.

Abbott Releases 24-Hour Feline Pain Drug

Simbadol is indicated for postoperative pain control in cats.

Zoetis Unveils FeLV, FIV Combo Test

Veterinarians can detect the presence of FeLV antigen and FIV antibodies within 10 minutes through use of a new test from Zoetis.

How Great a Surgeon Are You?

Here are 10 signs to look for.

How To Manage Pain In Off-Label Species

Neither cat owners nor their veterinarians are happy to see a cat in pain. However, finding agents that relieve feline pain can be problematic.

AVMA to Weigh Spay/Neuter Policy Change

The House of Delegates may opt to refer to the Association of Shelter Veterinarians for spay/neuter guidelines.

Straight Talk About NSAID Controversies

Many controversies surround the proper use of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). We look into it.

Cannabis for Intractable Epilepsy

If cannabis has a place in epilepsy treatment, more research needs to be performed.

How Pesticide Cocktails can Taint Natural Herbs

The safety and purity of traditional medicines are a growing concern in a world of unscrupulous production.

Study May Lead to Early Diagnosis of Feline Kidney Disease

The biomarker SDMA identified the onset of kidney disease an average of 17 months earlier in cats and in one case four years earlier.

AVMA Helps Cat Owners With Declaw Decision

“Declaw …. or Not?” is a new handout from the AVMA Animal Welfare Committee.

Abbott, Merck, Purina Team Up on Diabetes Campaign

Pets newly diagnosed with diabetes in March 2015 can receive three products from campaign sponsors Abbott, Merck and Purina.
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